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|Hair Doctor by actoor(m): 10:27pm On Apr 21, 2016|
To the ladies
Post all hair related problems
Am ready to answer all.
Etching scarp ?
|Re: Hair Doctor by Destinygrl(f): 11:13pm On Apr 21, 2016|
|Re: Hair Doctor by ErnieSmallzz(f): 11:33pm On Apr 21, 2016|
Pls aw can i mke my front hair grow mre fuller?, tz 2 scanty 4 ma lykin... #thanksINadvance
|Re: Hair Doctor by actoor(m): 11:59pm On Apr 21, 2016|
Avoid heavy attachment (braiding) / Ghana weaving for period of time.
Wash your hair when due for washing
And apply a good hair food on your scalp . Haircream or original coconut oil.
|Re: Hair Doctor by actoor(m): 12:05am On Apr 22, 2016|
Go for a scalp massage.
Like twice a week for the next 3 weeks.
|Re: Hair Doctor by Rehil(f): 7:04am On Apr 22, 2016|
pls can u help me with products that work for hair growth?n hair thickness cos mine is kind of scanty
|Re: Hair Doctor by actoor(m): 11:30am On Apr 22, 2016|
There's no particular special product made for hair growth but hair enhancement.
You just had to give your hair some attention same way you pay attention to your mobile phone ;Dq
1: Do not relax your hair too often. *Max 4 times a year.
2: Always rinsed your hair properly with a clean water.
3: Steam your hair atleas ones in Six weeks with a steaming kits + Ori (Shea butter).
4: Ensure you tream the flaky parts of your hair.
5: Apply Posnal hair cream directly to your scalp.
|Re: Hair Doctor by onose01(f): 5:18pm On Apr 22, 2016|
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|Re: Hair Doctor by Destinygrl(f): 5:50pm On Apr 22, 2016|
|Re: Hair Doctor by actoor(m): 6:48pm On Apr 22, 2016|
Its best you go and see a medical doctor...
He will diagnos and probably refer you to a medical lab for a test.
Till then .
|Re: Hair Doctor by Destinygrl(f): 8:29pm On Apr 22, 2016|
being there done that but still no improvement .
|Re: Hair Doctor by oluwawunmi(f): 9:17pm On Apr 22, 2016|
pls ooo; anytime my hair is due i do av headace serious one untill i relax my hair what is d cause because i want to carry my natural hair.
|Re: Hair Doctor by actoor(m): 11:19pm On Apr 22, 2016|
Please, can you tell me about the Doctors report?
For now, I dont want to suggest an artificial hair implant until I know about the previous report.
Remember: True beauty its not all about your hair but, its about your state of mind.
|Re: Hair Doctor by actoor(m): 11:28pm On Apr 22, 2016|
When next your hair get due for relaxing and you don't want to do a retouching.
Visit a professional natural haircare for
Amino treatment or a Silk-Press.
With that your natural hair can be silky and you will be from headache's
|Re: Hair Doctor by Destinygrl(f): 2:40pm On Apr 23, 2016|
|Re: Hair Doctor by rosezie4(f): 2:58pm On Apr 23, 2016|
How can I grow my front hair
|Re: Hair Doctor by actoor(m): 3:56pm On Apr 24, 2016|
I need to know/see the condition of your hair before I can tell you about the next steps.
|Re: Hair Doctor by bravitudenatura(f): 9:12am On Apr 26, 2016|
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|Re: Hair Doctor by fashionista24: 5:24pm On May 03, 2016|
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|Re: Hair Doctor by actoor(m): 8:46am On May 04, 2016|
How to Cure Rough and Dry Afro Hair
Healthy Afro hair is beautiful. However, Afro hair tends to be fragile, porous, dry and prone to damage, partly because the coiled structure of African-American hair prevents oil from spreading evenly through the hair. The problems become more pronounced if the hair is heat-styled or overprocessed. Curing rough, dry hair requires a regimen that adds oil to the hair, while minimizing damage and preserving the hair's natural oils.
|Re: Hair Doctor by actoor(m): 8:49am On May 04, 2016|
Treat rough, dry hair to a hot oil treatment once every week, using a product with natural oils such as shea butter or olive oil. Apply the hot oil to the hair, then cover the hair with a plastic cap. Sit under a warm dryer for 15 to 20 minutes, or wrap your head with a warm towel. Wash your hair thoroughly to remove the oil.
|Re: Hair Doctor by actoor(m): 8:54am On May 04, 2016|
Massage a light, leave-in conditioning oil into your hair every day. Use a natural oil such as jojoba, shea butter, royal jelly or coconut oil. Avoid products containing mineral oil or petroleum jelly, which clog the pores and dry the hair.
|Re: Hair Doctor by actoor(m): 8:56am On May 04, 2016|
Wash your hair once a week, using a gentle, pH-balanced shampoo. Afro hair is naturally dry, and shampooing more often strips its oils and dries the hair further. Also, too-frequent shampooing prevents natural oils to coat the entire hair shaft. Avoid shampoos containing sulfates, which also tend to dry the hair.
|Re: Hair Doctor by actoor(m): 8:58am On May 04, 2016|
Condition your hair each time you shampoo, using a moisturizing, protein-based conditioner containing amino acids, panthenol or hydrolyzed proteins. Massage the conditioner through the hair. Be sure to coat the ends, which are most prone to damage.
|Re: Hair Doctor by actoor(m): 9:03am On May 04, 2016|
Rinse your hair with water following exercise, as rinsing adds moisture and prevents buildup of salt and sweat.
|Re: Hair Doctor by actoor(m): 9:13am On May 04, 2016|
Comb your hair with a large-tooth comb, because small teeth can break the hair. If your hairstyle requires a part, use a rat-tail comb. Brush your hair with a natural bristle brush.
|Re: Hair Doctor by actoor(m): 9:15am On May 04, 2016|
Protect your hair by wearing a scarf or cap at night, or sleep on a satin pillowcase. Otherwise, rubbing when you move during the night may cause broken hair and split ends.
|Re: Hair Doctor by actoor(m): 9:17am On May 04, 2016|
Trim your hair regularly to remove dry, split ends. Many stylists recommend a trim every six to eight weeks, but close-cropped hair may need a trim as often as every four weeks.
|Re: Hair Doctor by actoor(m): 9:19am On May 04, 2016|
Limit use of blow dryers and curling irons, which damage the hair.Clean your hair-styling tools often, as they pick up dirt, residue and oils. Clean the tools with warm water and a few drops of shampoo.Massage your scalp often to stimulate oil production.
|Re: Hair Doctor by actoor(m): 9:26am On May 04, 2016|
Things You'll Need
Hot oil treatment
Hair dryer or warm towel
Large-tooth combNatural bristle brush
Scarf, cap or satin pillowcase
|Re: Hair Doctor by joie27: 12:26pm On May 12, 2016|
You can get extra Virgin Coconut oil for N800 on Kaymu
|Re: Hair Doctor by actoor(m): 11:23pm On May 27, 2019|
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