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Ginger to Prevent and Treat Thinning Edges #DIY

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  by Sabrina Perkins With a medicinal value dating back thousands of years, ginger has been well researched with many of its traditional uses confirmed and still used today.Ginger, also known as Zingiber officinale, is from the Zingiberaceae family, which is closely related to the turmeric and cardamom. Ginger originated in the tropical jungles of Southern Asia, dating back to…

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This is Why Your Edges are Breaking

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by Sabrina Perkins Breaking edges is nothing new to curlies. Unfortunately, this is an affliction that many of us have experienced with relaxed hair, excessive straightening, and even with natural hair, so it’s a problem that needs attention. No one wants breakage, and experiencing this along your hairline can be hard to hide and even harder to not be self-conscious…

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DO LACE-FRONT WIGS DAMAGE NATURAL HAIR?

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by  TOELLAP After co-starring in Moesha with Brandy Norwood, Countess got her own sitcom, The Parkers. She was on top of the world. In what would become a disastrous search for a way to wear versatile hairdos while keeping her natural hair safe, Countess erroneously turned to lace front wigs. She had not realized that every time she took off the…

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Protecting Your Hairline From Damage – Natural Hair Care

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by Precious Henshaw of PreciousHenshaw.com Protecting the hairline from stress and damage is an important part of hair care. Too-tight braids, ‘laid’ ponytails, brushing, weaves, and other harmful practices can contribute to a damaged hairline. Traction alopecia is a term for hairline damage caused by overstressing the hair with tight, pulling styles. Here are some do’s and don’ts for protecting…

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