Oct 13, 2012 – Oct 19, 2012
If you didn’t join the challenge in the beginning I’m sorry, it’s too late. You can register for the Winter challenge in November.
We are halfway through this challenge and you all are doing so well. I’m so proud of all your hard work and I know your hair is even happier.
Castor oil coats the hair shaft and smoothes the cuticle layer, sealing in moisture and leaving the hair feeling soft and silky. It is more easily absorbed by the hair, allowing for deeper penetration into the hair shaft. Rubbing castor oil into your scalp and roots on a regular basis helps lost hair grow back and also helps thicken hair that’s already growing. You can also experiment with castor oil for hair on your ends. This rich, thick oil will help your ends becomes shiny and hide the appearance of frizzy, damaged, and split ends. Over time, as you trim damage away, you’ll notice your hair won’t develop split ends as easily.
Check In Questions:
1. Who are your natural hair crushes?
2. Have you been giving this challenge your all?
3. How did you do last week (week 6)? Did you follow through with your goals? Any challenges thus far?
Do you Tweet? If so use hashtag #KCCM so we all can follow the convo. Feel free to include me @BlakIzBeautyful
Keep encouraging each other, you all are doing soo well!
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Jenell Stewart, formally known as BlakIzBeautyful is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Kinky Curly Coily Me. Jenell has a MS in special education and dedicates her time to educating and uplifting women with kinky, curly, coily hair. She big chopped on March 26, 2010 and currently lives in Brooklyn, NY.View all Jenell posts.