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 How to Treat African-American Hair Over Processed by Curl Chemicals?

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How to Treat Over Processed African American Hair?

After your hair has been severely damaged, the road back to healthy tresses requires patient dedication to reversing the damage. Improperly applied or cared for relaxers, excessive heat styling and... Read More »
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How to Curl an African-American Guy's Hair?

There was a time when the "Jheri Curl" was the only way an African American guy could achieve curly locks. The Jheri Curl was notorious for being messy, leaving stains on shirt collars and anything... Read More »
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How to Naturally Straighten African-American Coarse Hair Without Chemicals?

Because of its thickness and coarseness, natural African-American hair is considered by some to be difficult to manage and chemical relaxers are the common solution to permanently straightening tho... Read More »
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How to Curl Permed African American Hair With Rollers?

Roller-setting can add body and bounce to relaxed (permed) hair. Though many people with permed African American hair create curls using curling irons, heat-styling tools can damage chemically trea... Read More »
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