Reclaim Natural Beauty
There are Curly Naturals. Wavy Naturals. Kinky, Coily Naturals, and Beautiful, Locked Naturals. There are Naturals rocking a short, sexy 'Fro, and Naturals that have Curly tendrils going all the way down their backs. There are Naturals of all sizes, ages, backgrounds and personal styles. And they're ALL BEAUTIFUL.
Black women have been taught that Natural hair is ugly. It's dry, hard to manage, and can't grow. Most of all, they've been taught that being Natural limits you, so all you can hope for is a short afro that's hard to manage and you can't do anything with. Nothing can be further from the truth. Black hair is curly, it's soft, it grows just like other cultures, and is absolutely beautiful. All we have to do is give it what it needs to thrive, be strong, and maintain length. And this book will show you how.
The book, "Reclaim Natural Beauty" teaches you the truth that evades most black women: all black hair grows. We just don't maintain length. This book will give you all the tools you need to grow, nourish, and strengthen your black, natural hair. You will be able to see and feel your natural curl pattern, prevent your hair from being coarse and porous (unable to retain moisture), and allow it to grow as long as you may please. There are no chemicals involved, no texturizers, no tricks. Just a new way of thinking. It doesn't matter your hair type, texture, or present condition. All black hair can attain long lengths, be strong, and be beautiful.
If you want to try something other than relaxers that continually damage your hair, weaves, wigs, or otherwise, read this book. It will give you the information you need to change the way you feel about your natural hair, and in some ways, change your life. You will be happy that you did.
- Camille Jefferson, February 2011
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