African hair care: do this.. do there really any need?



     I started my hair journey in 2010 and I really noticed a lot of change in my hair length and thickness by the following year. I, however, became pregnant in March 2011 and I seriously slacked off all the healthy hair practices I had learnt in 2010. I was blow drying and flat ironing my hair every two weeks and I did try to moisturize and seal when I could. My hair didn’t show much increase in length between  March 2011 and April 2012.

When I started following healthy hair practices this year, my hair has shown tremendous increase in length: I moisturize and seal nightly even when I feel my hair is well moisturized and I deep condition weekly no matter what. So, yes I think that you should do this and do that… your hair will probably show what you’ve been doing or not doing.

Dr Fomsky 

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About the author
Dr Fomsky

Nigerian-born Dr Fomsky is a God-lover, a wife, a mom of three, a medical doctor by day. Plus she owns a Nigerian-based online hair product store called Sizzelle.
Dr Fomsky is very passionate about hair, skin and weight management. Since she's had her babies, she's been struggling to keep her weight and her tummy down!
At night, she likes to read books, write blog posts and leave comments on other blogs. She lives in Paris, France and is also the author of Solving your relaxed hair breakage book .
DR FOMSKY'S HAIR TYPE: 'Texlaxed' hair, High porosity, Fine hair strands, low to moderate density
CURRENT HAIR LENGTH: Between shoulder and armpit length
LONG-TERM PLAN: Grow out the front and crown hair sections to match the length of the back and sides.

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