Nappy hair: Comment faire pousser les cheveux crépus rapidement

Nappy hair: How to grow frizzy hair quickly

Do you dream of long natural hair? What should you do if you're having trouble growing your afro hair and nothing seems to be working for you? In this article, you'll find out how to grow your nappy hair quickly, using tips that really work.

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1. Get your hair cut now

I know this may sound strange, but to grow your frizzy hair quickly, it needs to be healthy with no split ends. When your hair grows, the ends start to break, so you won't notice any difference or will lose length.

Visit your hairdresser regularly to trim your ends. How often depends on your hair routine and the amount of heat you use on your hair.

2. Reduce the heat

Using heat to dry and style your hair should be limited to “emergency situations” and when you have no other choice. Heat is the worst enemy of curly or frizzy hair. It dries them out and damages them. Let your hair dry naturally.

3. Wrap your hair at bedtime

Wrapping your hair with a silk or satin scarf will reduce friction and prevent your hair from breakage. This tip works wonderfully if you also want to keep your hair in shape.

4. Don’t overuse shampoo on your natural afro hair

Frizzy hair requires shampooing approximately every 7 to 10 days. If you wash your hair too much, you will dry out the scalp and ends, and your hair will become brittle.

5. Untangle Your Knots While Bathing

I know ! It can be difficult to detangle frizzy hair. The best time to do this is when you are about to rinse out the conditioner. Your hair is then silky and easy to comb. Choose a nutrient-rich conditioner and a wide-toothed comb.

6. Moisturize your nappy hair again and again!

Apply a large amount of conditioner and wait a few minutes until all the product is absorbed.

To keep your hair hydrated, try these masks you can make at home with natural ingredients:

Mix aloe vera gel with coconut oil and a tablespoon of honey. Leave this mask on for about an hour and a half, then rinse it off well. It is the ideal treatment for dehydrated natural hair. The mixture of aloe vera and coconut oil is one of the most hydrating treatments.

Mix an egg with a little olive oil and a tablespoon of honey. Egg is known for its proteins which restore your hair and make it grow very fast. Leave on for 30 minutes and wash well, using a little vinegar to eliminate odors. Use cold or lukewarm water, otherwise you may end up with scrambled eggs on your hair...

Apply an oil to your scalp and hair and massage gently to dilate blood vessels and stimulate hair growth. The best oils to choose are castor oil, almond oil, olive oil, and coconut oil. As they can make your hair greasy, before wetting your hair following the massage, apply your shampoo all over your hair and wash.

7. Try different hair oils on your nappy hair on your diaper

Hair oils are always good. But if you want your nappy hair to grow, consider investing in a better hair oil like jojoba oil for example. Favor cold-extracted oil. It's a real treasure for hair! Bad hair texture and split ends will be a thing of the past.

8. Wear protective hairstyles

Braids are the ultimate protective hairstyle for afro hair. They require minimal maintenance. By limiting your hair's exposure to damage caused by heat, cold or overhandling, they also help keep your hair healthy.

In summary, growing your nappy hair is a long process that requires constant effort. Results don't happen overnight. It can take years to get the natural afro hair of your dreams. Although it may take time, don't be discouraged.

This approach aims to renew your hair and not just to make it longer. It's a process that will definitely change your lifestyle and routine, but also your look. Don't wait, start now with small steps and you will be rewarded with natural, long and healthy hair.