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Strandtastic Volume 1 - A Guide to Growing Healthy Natural Hair - cover

Strandtastic Volume 1 - A Guide to Growing Healthy Natural Hair

Dr. Zakiya Antoine

Publisher: Purposely Created Publishing Group

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Is your hair brittle, dry, and unable to retain length? Do you try to hide your natural texture under relaxers, straighteners, or wigs? Then now might be the time for you to revamp your look and go natural! 
In Strandtastic Volume I: A Guide to Growing Healthy Natural Hair, physician and beauty expert Dr. Zakiya Antoine provides all the hair care knowledge you need to transition to natural hair, allowing you to embrace the beauty you were born with. With her upbeat and approachable voice, Dr. Zakiya spills her tried-and-true tips to put the fun back into caring for your tresses. From learning about hair growth and retention, protective styles, and much more, you will have the tools, and most importantly the confidence, to leave your hair-damaging habits behind. 
Are you ready to become one of Dr. Zakiya’s #Curlfriends and rock your natural, healthy hair?

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