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Hey kinks what's up y'all?.... So based on popular Question for this week I am going to be talking about growing them edges back or stimulating growth for that area...

These are three easy things you can do to help grow back those edges..


Apply the product morning and evening on your edges and massage it in.. What creams  would I recommend?
Castor Oil is always an available cream that you can find around the natural hair market..

Wenaturals also have really good edge stimulating creams so you can check them out on instagram @wenaturals..

  • AVOID TUGGING HAIRSTYLES: In as much as protective styling is great for your hair,  avoid styles that will tug at your edges like tight Senegalese twists, braids or even the common Ghana weaving that has been the number one cause of hair loss at the edges... Just leave your front hair line alone... 

  • BLOOD FLOW TO THE HEAD: Tilting your head backwards will cause blood to flow to your head and when it does, gently massage the edges for about 10 seconds be careful not to do this for too long to avoid dizziness and stuff... 

Hope these three tips will help you..  If I say also add, it takes patience and consistency to grow back your edges, you have to stay the course!

Thank you for reading leave me a comment in the comment section down below.

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Talk soon Xoxo Tega Elizabeth Baah


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