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Aug 15, Brenda Porter rated it liked it. After being natural for nearly 2 years, my hair had grown past my shoulders and was thick full and chhicoro. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Grow It: How to Grow Afro-Textured Hair to Maximum Lengths in the Shortest Time by Chicoro
Carol gibson rated it it was amazing Apr 03, For a long time I was embarrassed, frightened and frustrated with this gift. I got the book from Amazon and have no regrets. She started looking for how to gain length in hair books but was not satisfied with the information.
May 14, Jill rated it did not like it. I learned alot about afro-textured hair and will absolutely consider those learnings in geow I care for my hair going forward. Grpw was shedding big time and the twists worked well. From her I got the confidence I needed to overcome my fear and begin my professional journey and adventure! No one could ever answer the question. Part Three is entirely devoted to the six steps in the Grow-It process and what I like about the way it has been written, is at the end of each of the steps Chicoro reaffirms the rationale behind her methods.
Nabelle rated it it was ok Jun 10, While in France, she coached a gentleman to help him realize his potential which enabled him to pursue and win a competitive, prestigious banking related 18 -month internship in New York. I’m not sure that I believe that these techniques will make my hair longer, but I could see how it would make it healthier. At this time in my life, I am unimpressed with this book.
Although my name is Adrienne Tyson, I am known in the hair world as Chicoro. I speak English, Spanish, Japanese and French. Her hair was glorious and she changed her clothes, put on makeup and had her husband record the moment by photographing her.
This book was a good start since I just recently went natural. With more people becoming aware of natural hair as a viable option, and more information being publicized in regards to it, she’s going to have to do better in chivoro to compete.
No trivia or quizzes yet. Chicoro has been mentioned in the New York Times and gave a lecture at the Black House, at Stanford University to an audience of 50 plus mostly, female students with afro-textured hair.
She gives incorrect or half cocked explanations on why you should keep you hair cleaned. I found this book informative because I liked the tips about detangling and conditioning. The more I use this process, the more I like the loose braids. Hair is my passion! Jul 14, Erica added it.
This book has now been translated into the French language and is available online. Carefully detangling your hair with your fingers will keep more hair on your head than down the drain. What am I going to try this gorw, how did my hair do from the last time?
The Grow It! Book Review (Part 1)
First, it is disorganized and very repetitive. More motivation than anything, but I wish I’d read it when I first went natural. I am known for teaching women how to rejuvenate their hair, so they can better appreciate it, using a process-based model that they can repeat.
Grow It walks you through a simple six step process to help you understand which actions grod to gaining healthy length and which actions do not. It makes it easier for me to get to my scalp and thorough cleanse and condition each section.
She asked me how I got to France and my book came up.
Book Review: Grow it by Chicoro
I was dubbed, Ms. When I first decided to stop chemically processing my hair, Chicoro’s Grow It book, was the first book I purchased to learn more about the textured hair phenomenon.
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