Apologies for yet ANOTHER extended break. Life comes at you fast *rolls eyes*. That aside, amidst my new job, relocating, and a host of other changes that I have undergone. One thing has been extremely poppin', my hair. I bypassed the typical natural or protective style glam up that I usually go for and got braids for a vacation I went on. I purchased an old time favorite of mine, Wild Hair Growth, just to moisturize my hair while they were in the braids. I got the braids August 2, and they were braided pretty tight. I have only washed my hair twice, and I didn't really start using it until around the 10th and have close to an inch of new growth (as pictured below). The growth is primarily in my temple edge area as this was the area I would show the most love to with the product until I realized how much it was growing and applied to my entire scalp. I have 4b/4c hair, so my hair is ordinarily pretty dry unless I have put a moisturizing treatment on it, and I only had to use this oil every other day. They have two versions: regular and light. There is not difference aside from the fact that the light doesn't have as strong of a smell. I don't mind the smell on the regular, but it is pretty strong (especially if you aren't used to the scent of strong essential oils). I definitely recommend this to any and everybody looking to achieve hair growth. You can buy this stuff for $10 and under at your local beauty supply store, Sally's or online here (regular) & here (light).
*Disclaimer * Do not use directly before or after your hair has been wet it will leave a white film residue on your hair
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