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 How to Take Care of Black Baby Hair?

Answer Black hair doesn't create its own oil, and will get much drier than other hair types. Therefore, it is important to keep the scalp and hair well-oiled. Babies hair tends to be very soft, but as kid... Read More »
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How to Take Care of Braided Black Hair?

Braided hair is one of the easiest black hairstyles to maintain. Keeping hair in braids prevents damage caused by chemical processing and excessive styling, and this allows hair to grow. While the ... Read More »
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How to Take Care of Black Girls' Hair?

Ever wanted thick lush hair that you had when you were younger. The reason why your hair was so lush and thick as a child is because you weren't breaking the "Black Hair Rules"! Well you can have b... Read More »
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How to Take Care of Black Children's Hair?

Kids are active and don't take too well to the types of hairstyles that require them to be still, so make sure to find hairstyles that will at least last through the end of the day. Black children'... Read More »
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How to Take Care of Black Hair for Boys?

Black hair is often dry and fragile with tight curls. Although hair grows about 6 inches a year, black hair is prone to split ends and breakage, so hair does not seem to grow much. The best solutio... Read More »
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