Is dry hair a problem for you? Then this book has been written just for you. Whether you have straight, wavy or curly hair by the time you’re done reading this book you will:
- Know how to build a daily & weekly hair routine that keeps your hair soft
- Learn how to detangle dry hair without incurring massive amounts of breakage
- Understand how to encourage dry hair to grow rather than just break from brittleness
This must-have guide for dry-haired girls is brief and gets straight to the point so you can get through it in one sitting.
Review received via email:"I absolutely love this book; its very simple, detailed and so full of life. This is the first time I have been able to sit down and enjoy reading a book about hair and it was well worth my time. It only took one reading. I only started really taking care of my hair after stumbling across some articles by Heather and immediately subscribed to receive her emails. I now religiously follow her blogs. They are fun and engaging and so so simple to follow through especially reading hair fairytales from queens around the globe. I have been able to reconnect better with my hair through this book and more importantly, take care of it accordingly. I've even shared hair tips with my friends and they've exclaimed to me "it works"....all thanks to Heather. Thankyou so very much for bringing the hair bible to life and I look forward to more hair literature from you." Rosa D
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Heather Katsonga-Woodward started the kinky & curly hair blog, NenoNatural.com in late 2012 following severe hair thinning issues. Neno is the tiny village in Malawi (Africa) where her dad was born. In under 2 years the blog rapidly grew to over 400,000 Facebook fans and over 40,000 email subscribers.
The site now hosts the largest online collection of curly hair profiles under the trademark Queen of Kinks, Curls & Coils®. The Queen of Kinks brand was expanded to include an annual iOS & Android magazine in 2014 and a full suite if products for dry hair in 2015. Heather graduated with first-class honours in Economics from the University of Cambridge.