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Tendril Tuesdays: Your Natural Hair Questions Answered!

Any suggestions for thinning hair? Due to some recent health issues and massive stress on my body, I’ve been seeing my hair get a little thin all over, but mostly in front. It’s coming out all over, not in large patches, thankfully. I’m looking for suggestions on how to both disguise the thinning and encourage regrowth.

Strawberricurls Answer: JBCO! (Jamaican Black Castor Oil) I have seen multiple people use this to grow thinning hair. You just apply the JBCO in the thinning area 3x ( or more) a week. Take before and after pictures so you can reassure yourself that its working.

I have a question, my hair shedding like crazy..i tried using aphogee products but nothing seen to work.

Strawberricurls Answer: If your hair is shedding and you can’t figure out why, a quick fix to it is to do a molasses and green tea treatment. About 2 or 3 tablespoons of molasses (depending on how long your hair is) and 2 cups of green tea. Let it sit for about 20 mins and then rinse it out. Up your protein treatments as well. Try my egg in conditioner recipe. 1 egg and a good amount of conditioner

About to blow dry my hair – such a daunting task. any quick tips/ pointers?

Strawberricurls Answer: 1st off i am so sorry this is so late because i JUST saw it. 2nd, when you blow dry, do it in sections, take your hair in your hand and tug on it and hold the blow dryer there, this will get the roots really straight. If you have a comb attachment, use this on the length of the hair. If not, use a vent brush for the rest of it.

I am trying to determine my hair texture… and I was wondering am I a 3c…any suggestions and on what products I should use

Strawberricurls Answer: To be honest, hair type doesn’t have anything to do with the type of products you should use but from your profile pic, you look like a 3c/4a. I can only tell you what products work for me and you can choose to try those if you like. I use VO5 for cowashing, Yes to carrots! for deep conditioning, olive oil and coconut oil are my staple oils, and i make my own protein treatment. You can try these if you like 🙂

How can I combat dry hair and having grey hair whats the best treatment for it?

Strawberricurls Answer: Cowash 3x a week ,deep condition, and use a leave-in conditioner. Throw out the shampoo until for about a month and a half and even then on ly shampoo once a month. As far as color you can try henna to combat that because it naturally deposits color on your hair. If your looking for black then use Indigo

Have any questions that you want to ask? Ask in the comment section of this post and i will answer!

tendril tuesday

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10 Cowash Conditioners Under $10
Confessions’ of a Curl Girl’s Current Regimen
A Simple Summer Hair Regimen

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SEE ALSO: How I Helped My Client Regrow Her Edges In 6 - 7 Months!

 

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  1. About 3 months ago I had a friend flat iron my hair. Sad to say, she burned it. Of course I was devastated (I had been natural & heat free and loving it for a year). After doing research on how to fix the situation, I decided to cut it down and start again (this would be my second big chop). When I cut it off the first time, I went to a bad hairdresser and she left burned strands all over my head. After that, I went to my friend and he fixed it up some. Now that it’s growing back, however, I can see that the texture has changed. Also, it sheds more. What should I do?

    1. Elizabeth says:

      Hi and thanks for the comment! I would be glad to help you with this issue. What i will do is post it on this blog as a question. Email me @ lizzia@strawberricurls.com so i can let you know when its up! Thanks!

  2. Hi I just found JBCO a few days ago and I’ve been using it day and night.ive been natural for 5months now but my edges haven’t grown out,I recently got braids and I was wondering if that’s going to slow my progress.the lady made sure she did not touch the hair on my hairline but my friends keep telling me to take it off.can I leave it in for 2months while I use the JBCO?

  3. Hi I just found JBCO a few days ago and I’ve been using it day and night.ive been natural for 5months now but my edges haven’t grown out,I recently got braids and I was wondering if that’s going to slow my progress.the lady made sure she did not touch the hair on my hairline but my friends keep telling me to take it off.can I leave it in for 2months while I use the JBCO?

  4. Thanks for the linkup Gabrielle. I found some new bloggers to follow today 🙂

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