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Precious Tresses isn’t just a hair product line.  It’s also my personal commitment to pay it forward. I want to help people reach their hair growth goals the way others helped me so many years ago.  And I’m committed to helping you. To help you change your results, you will probably have to change your habits.  I challenge you to change your hair care habits for 30 days to see if you get a different result.  This challenge is an opportunity to learn what works, share ideas and make progress to long, healthy hair.  We will be growing our hair...

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That’s right… You can purchase the Quench & Drench Starter Kit items individually.  However, we recommend that you purchase the kit.  It includes the following: Step 1: Make ‘Em Gelous Moisturizing Gel moisturizes, de-frizzes and adds manageability while also providing hold.  A generous amount is applied all over the hair. Step 2: Make ‘Em Melt Moisturizing Butter provides additional moisture that melts into your strands.  Apply a small amount to your ends for a double whammy of moisture. The Big Fluffy Scrunchie. This generous scrunchie is at least twice the size of the average scrunchie.  Made of polyester that will...

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Now that we’ve covered the basics of shampoos, the natural progression is to move on to conditioners.  Because of all the abuse that we inflict on our hair, conditioners are so important to helping to correct any damage. They put oils, moisture, and even protein back into the hair. So… what kind of conditioner do you need?  Again, ask yourself what you’re trying to accomplish. Is your hair extra dry? Are you experiencing excessive shedding or breakage?  Below is a short list of the most common types of conditioners, along with Adrienne’s Picks. Moisturizing:  moisture is so important to growing...

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In order to properly care for your hair and scalp, they should be cleaned regularly.  It’s a personal choice how often to wash your hair. But if you find yourself scratching a lot, or tapping your head under a weave or braids because your scalp is itching (y’all know what I mean), you’re probably not washing often enough. I think once every other week at a minimum is good... more often if you have scalp issues or work out often. Before I dig in, I want to mention that there are many shampoos marketed specifically to Black women. In most...

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You will hear me say this over and over again.  I grew my hair with protective styles.  I know that you can find plenty of people who were able to grow their hair without them.  I wish I was one, but I’m not.  If you want almost guaranteed success with your hair growth, you should learn to leave it alone.  It will thank you by staying on your head. BUN This is me with my go to protective style.  I took the picture with white so you could see it, but I always wear black. I keep it like this...

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