Length Retention Tips, Hair Growth & Keeping Bleached Hair Healthy All in One Stop

OnlyOneJess
Okay, so OnlyOneJess, grew a lot of hair since transitioning from relaxed to natural 3 years ago. On top of growing it and keeping it healthy and strong, you can see that it's bleached as well (clutch yo' pearls!). How did she do it? Check the video for tips on length retention, growing a gorgeous mane, and making bleach work for you, not against you. Make sure to like the video, subscribe and comment too!

The Mbalantu Women of the Namibia Know the Secret to Growing Hair to Incredible Lengths

Eembuvi braids worn by women of the Mbalantu tribes from the Namibia
By Mwabi Kaira

The versatility of our hair and all of the hairstyles we can pull off is just one of the many reasons it's great to be melanin. I recently wanted a cornrow style and searched images to show my stylist and ran across an image of eembuvi braids that left me breathless. The black and white image was of three women with their backs turned and braids down to their ankles. Eembuvi braids are worn by women of the Mbalantu tribes from the Namibia. It’s a style that requires preparation from a young age when Mbalantu girls use thick layers of finely ground tree bark and oils– a mixture that is said to be the secret to growing their hair to such lengths.

ALL Little Girls Don’t Want Long Hair

Photo by Makho
By Erickka Sy Savané

It was my daughter’s 6th birthday and as a surprise I decided to get her hair braided. She never really asked for braids, but recently I thought that she might like to try something new, and when I casually ran the idea by her she said she’d like to try it. Now, my daughter has a short, thick afro. Honestly, the thought of having it cornrowed for a while so I wouldn’t have to fight with her everyday to ‘pick it more softly’ was as much for me as it was her.

Fast-forward to the big day. We’re sitting in the Senegalese braiding shop in my Jersey City hood.

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These African Women From Chad Prove That Kinky Hair Can Grow Hella Long

Basara Arab women
By Emily Cotton

For years we have been made to believe that Kinky African natural hair cannot grow which is a well-known myth that has been proven wrong over and over again as women adopt healthy hair practices. From a general standpoint, the key to length is just figuring out how our hair works and what to do to preserve our tresses as it grows.

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Does Length Envy Keep You From Dating A Man With Longer Hair Than You?

Steven Jackson is #hairgoals
By Veronica Wells

Once my locs got to a certain length, after nearly a year-long awkward phase, they immediately became a topic of conversation for the Black women I’d meet out and about. Years ago, as an after work mixer was winding down, one such Black woman told me how much she admired my locs. She asked a few of the standard questions about maintenance and how long I’d been growing them. But the conversation ended differently than most of these encounters.

“I love the way locs look on men too. I just don’t think I could ever date a man with locs.”

How To Grow LONG Hair w/ Little-No Effort


Hi Ladies,
I’m back with another video! Today, I’m sharing a few tips on growing long natural hair with little-no effort! I’m quite the lazy natural and over the years I’ve had to come up with ways to maximize length retention with little effort. This is also perfect for those naturals that don’t have a lot of free time.
I hope you enjoy it!
Best Wishes,
Zara

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