“Your hair is your crown, embrace it.” – Mrs Breanna Rutter
Are you struggling to maintain your natural hair? Do you find it difficult to keep your curls healthy and vibrant? Look no further! In her groundbreaking book, Mrs Breanna Rutter presents The Natural Hair Bible: The 10 Commandments of Black Hair Care. This comprehensive guide will revolutionize your hair care routine and help you achieve the luscious locks you’ve always dreamed of.
Stop fighting against your natural hair texture and learn to embrace it. Whether you have coils, curls, or kinks, your hair is unique and beautiful. Celebrate your natural hair and let it shine.
Moisture is the key to healthy hair. Make sure to hydrate your locks regularly with a moisturizing conditioner or leave-in treatment. This will prevent dryness, breakage, and promote hair growth.
Invest in a satin or silk pillowcase or wrap your hair in a silk scarf before going to bed. This will minimize friction and prevent your hair from drying out or breaking while you sleep.
Excessive heat can cause irreversible damage to your hair. Limit the use of heat styling tools such as flat irons and blow dryers. If you must use heat, always apply a heat protectant and use the lowest temperature setting.
Regular trims are essential for maintaining healthy hair. Trim your ends every 6-8 weeks to prevent split ends and breakage. This will promote hair growth and keep your locks looking fresh.
Healthy hair starts from the inside out. Maintain a balanced diet rich in vitamins, minerals, and proteins. Stay hydrated and consider taking supplements like biotin or omega-3 fatty acids to support hair growth.
Avoid using products that contain harsh chemicals such as sulfates and parabens. Opt for natural and organic hair care products that are gentle on your locks and scalp.
Detangling can be a daunting task, but it’s crucial for preventing breakage. Use a wide-toothed comb or your fingers to gently detangle your hair, starting from the ends and working your way up.
Every individual’s hair is unique. Embrace your own hair journey and avoid comparing your hair to others. Focus on what works for you and celebrate your own progress.
Your hair is a part of who you are. Love and appreciate it in all its forms. Embrace the versatility of your natural hair and have fun experimenting with different styles and looks.
A: It is recommended to wash your natural hair once or twice a week, depending on your hair type and lifestyle. Over-washing can strip your hair of its natural oils, while under-washing can lead to product buildup.
A: Yes, you can straighten your natural hair, but it’s important to use heat protectants and low heat settings to minimize damage. Remember to always prioritize the health of your hair over temporary styling options.
A: Shrinkage is a natural characteristic of curly and kinky hair. To minimize shrinkage, you can try stretching techniques such as twist-outs, braid-outs, or using heatless stretching methods like banding or African threading.
The Natural Hair Bible: The 10 Commandments of Black Hair Care by Mrs Breanna Rutter is a must-have guide for anyone looking to embrace and care for their natural hair. By following these commandments, you will unlock the secrets to healthy, beautiful, and thriving natural hair. Say goodbye to hair struggles and hello to a new era of self-love and confidence!