How To Grow Your Natural Hair 101 Ebook
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I got into this business because I am dedicated to teaching people how to take better care of their natural curls. All while producing products that will help their natural curls grow and be healthy.
Growing up, I've been taught to throw a perm on my hair as soon as the curly new growth came, or put a lot of heat to it to keep it straight, or the fact that my hair wasn't consider not good hair.
Well I'm here to change that narrative. One curly head at a time.
We will be releasing a series of eBooks on How To Grow Natural Hair. In these book course series you will become more educated on how to take care of your natural curls.
Our first eBook Course is “How To Grow Your Natural Hair 101”
Course Syllabus Includes
Natural Hair Community Terminology 101
My Journey To Natural Hair
Detangling 101 (How to decrease Breakage)
Learning Your Curls Pattern
How to Properly Moisturize Your Hair
Learning What's in your Current Hair Care
Knowing the Signs of Your Hair/Scalp
Learning your Hair Porosity
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is the buttercream oily?
No its a lite oil butter. You only need a small portion. It won't leave a mess on your clothes.
What do it smell like?
Herbal Moisturizing Shampoo- Apple Cinnamon
Herbal Moisturizing Conditioner- Chestnut Brown Sugar
Versatile Buttercream -Tea Tree
Chebe Hair Mask- Chocolate Mint
Chebe Hair Growth Oil- Lemongrass
Chebe Clarifying Shampoo- Buttercream icing
Chebe Conditioner- Coconut Lime
Rice oil Scalp Serum- Fruity
When can I use the buttercream on my hair?
I would use it on clean hair, before styling your hair, as a grease or leave in conditioner.
When can I use the buttercream on my skin?
After bathing or whenever you feel the need to moisturize.
Which category out of the L.O.C method would I use the buttercream as?
The oil category.
Can I use the Conditioner as a leave-in?
Yes! and it doesn't leave a flaky residue.
What’s the shelf life?
Shampoo’s, Conditioner’s, and Hair Tea’s -6 months to 1 year