Find Grow It by Chicoro at Biblio. Uncommonly good collectible and rare books from uncommonly good booksellers. The Grow It Process is a step-by-step guide for growing natural hair to longest lengths in the healthiest, most gentle ways possible. Chicoro. Buy Grow It by Chicoro from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £

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Afro-textured hair is more relaxed when wet and less prone to breakage when wet.

The Grow It! Book Review (Part 1)

I would say that genetics do play a part in how long your hair will grow. On a consistent basis, this is how my hair grew. What five things should the newly natural avoid if they want to grow longer hair?

This book is an easy read I read in half a daybut the nuggets in this book will be something you find yourself referring to often.

This is poor taste and not at all attractive” Overall I enjoyed the book and learned some great hair tips. These degrade the protein on your hair, damage the hair and make the hair strand weaker and vulnerable to breakage. This book was very informative and had great tips for growing grlw hair. What would you tell someone who may be dealing with groww breakage or hair loss similar to what you went through? You are capable of identifying this challenge and resolving it.

Protect your ends even though you may not have a lot of length. It’s okay to get it your groww done by someone but never forget you are accountable for what ultimately happens to and with your hair. No trivia or quizzes yet.


Is it rough to the touch? Chicoro deals with the amazing quality of afro curly hair to jump from waist to yb length with its curly springy abilities.

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Very detailed and a great reference book especially if you are willing to put the time, energy and effort into the health of your hair. May 14, Jill rated it did not like it. It was chicorp easy read with a lot of repetition.

ALL NAPTURAL: Chicoro’s Ten Steps To Gain and Retain Hair Length

Cnicoro realized this while typing this post so to keep it brief and lavishly exciting, this is part one of a series on The Grow It Process. Newer Post Older Post Home. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. This was after the first detangle in October with chcoro Grow It Method. Using heavy extensions and many small, tight braids can weigh down and break newly growing hair. She gives incorrect or half c I would not recommend this book to beginners, or veterans of the natural hair process.

Part 2 How is natural hair different from any other type? They represent book 2 and book 3. Rashidat rated it did not like it Dec 28, Sometimes the best advice comes not from experts and professionals but from someone who has trodden a path iy gained experience, wisdom and understanding along the way that has tremendous merit and value. This site uses cookies More info No problem.

Nabelle rated it it was chhicoro Jun 10, What are five things you recommend for the newly natural to encourage healthy hair growth? I need ideas for hair styles! I would not recommend this book to beginners, or veterans of the natural hair process. Avoid bleach and hair dye. Is there someone in your life draining your peace of mind? This keeps the ends of the hair from the air and minimizes dryness.


What do you say to some people who may question your ethnic heritage, saying that allows you to grow longer hair? Decide what are your goals for your hair.

I think she officially lost 2 stars when she said “for some women, Afro textured is not for gfow ummmmmmmmm, it is growing out of your head, can’t get much “for you” than that. Detangle hair with fingers only enough to section your hair before washing. Trim or cut when hair is split or broken. I would recommend this book for anyone considering abandoning chemically processing their hair.

It didn’t deep dive into some of the topics so at times I had lingering questions, but I understand her point was to give an introduction and overview. Great book with a lot of information. To ask other readers questions about Grow Itplease sign up. For a free page booklet filled with information on how grw can gain and retain length as well as to receive biweekly email tips, visit Beauty Bit By Bit and put in your email information. However, grkw were a lot of things mentioned in the book that I wish were explained in more detail.