What Do I need to do to grow an Afro like yours?
Please help, My afro seems to be at a stagnant state and refuses to grow out. Any and all advice will be much appreciated.
I’ll be happy to tell you how I do my fro. Hopefully it will help you out. Every one’ texture is uniquely different and each and every nappy texture can make a wonderful fro as long as you know the basics. My experience is that sometimes our hair is just tired of too many products so our strands and scalp suffer from product buildup. That is when nothing seems to be going on. Products don’t work and hair doesn’t seem to grow. Last time my hair was in such a state I did a deep cleanse to remove buildup and thoroughly cleanse my scalp. You can use either the Tulsi Powder or the Rhassoul Clay to do this. Both make your scalp feels like heaven.
Then while the hair is still damp, I use the Silky Shea-Aloe Butter and brush it through my hair to untangle and moisturize the strands at the same time. Of course I do this in parts. After untangling and moisturizing I make a braid or twist. In the morning I take them out and without combing my hair is soft and fluffy.
Here are the products and instructions:
Ayurvedic Tulsi Powder
The Queen of Herbs” Tusli is called the most sacred herb of India has significant remedial qualities with respect to dandruff. It has an effective anti-bacterial quality. It also protects and moisturizes the skin without obstructing the pores.
Rhassoul Mineral Clay
What makes this Maroccan Clay, also knows as Rhassoul clay so special is its extraordinary power of absorption and adsorption. The minerals it contains make it more effective than other clays for cleansing and detoxification. No wonder it is used in spa’s center all over the world.
Silky Shea-Aloe Butter
Silky Shea-Aloe Butter contains everything to take perfect care of your Braids, Twists, Afros and Extensions. Pure Shea Butter and Organic Aloe Vera keep your strands soft and moisturized while braided and coconut adds that natural healthy shine.
Instructions how to make a fro: Click here