Growing Healthy Hair from the Inside Out Interview with Chicoro, author of Grow It Grow It, by Chicoro has been out since , and continues to be a must have handbook for those looking for practical advice for growing out healthy natural hair. Chicoro lays out a step by step routine that deals with uneven hair growth, thin ends, and "hair jump. Others call this shrinkage, but Chicoro really discusses the phenomenon of natural hair reminding us how truly unique our hair is. Graciously, Chicoro agreed to talk about her book, upcoming projects and how to grow our beautiful natural hair healthy. NH Grows: 1. The introduction of Grow It just hit me so hard because I really felt your disappointment with your hair when you secretly held a clump of it in your hand during class.
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Shelves: natural-hair While I think this book is a great jumping off point for someone who has recently gone natural, as far as rudimentary information and different techniques to try I feel as if this book was mostly just Chicoro describing techniques that worked for her own hair. Nothing she talked about was backed up by any kind of source, nor did she attempt to cite any scientific basis for any of the information she presented.
Frankly, the book is good for beginners, but for a more seasoned, well-informed While I think this book is a great jumping off point for someone who has recently gone natural, as far as rudimentary information and different techniques to try I feel as if this book was mostly just Chicoro describing techniques that worked for her own hair.
Frankly, the book is good for beginners, but for a more seasoned, well-informed natural, this book serves as little more than a moderately interesting pamphlet. May 14, Jilliebelle rated it did not like it I would not recommend this book to beginners, or veterans of the natural hair process.
First, it is disorganized and very repetitive. She has two sections on weathering as if she forgot she already had one and her entire chapter on moisturizing had only two sections about moisturizing. The rest of the chapter was about not using damaging products. She gives incorrect or half I would not recommend this book to beginners, or veterans of the natural hair process.
She gives incorrect or half cocked explanations on why you should keep you hair cleaned. This book was brief, informative and gets straight to the point.
It has lots of good tips and information. I would recommend this book for anyone considering abandoning chemically processing their hair. This book specifically speaks to women with curly, kinky-coily textured hair. Nov 26, Trudy Susan rated it really liked it The book was a great overview. Favorite Quotes: "Tiny adjustments one at a time can do wonders for your hair" "No one can tell you what products work best for your hair. To be truly successful you must find it on your own.
This is poor taste and not at all attractive" Overall I enjoyed the book and learned some great hair tips. To view it, click here. Finished 06 02 10; not bad, good info on natural hair care. She is knowlegeable and goes into sometimes tok much detail about Jair structure. I got the book from Amazon and have no regrets. She is doing a great service with this book. It was an easy read with a lot of repetition. This would be a great book for teenage girls to read since many or should I say most know so little about natural coils.
Grow It: How to Grow Afro-Textured Hair to Maximum Lengths in the Shortest Time
Interview with Chicoro, author of Grow It