One of the most important factors I have learned through my hair experience is that no matter how similar two heads of hair seem just alike the reality of this illusion is exactly that…. it may SEEM but no two heads of hair are the same. Sometimes people fail to understand not only does the physicality of your hair contribute towards unique differences of how your hair may look or behave but your lifestyle as well. Stay with me as I list major contributors on how an individual’s hair may differ and why you should cater natural hair advice to your own circumstances or change your routine.

*In no particular order

  • Density in mass of hair
  • Length
  • Porosity
  • Individual strand density
  • Texture
  • Shrinkage percentage
  • How often you wash your hair
  • Water intake
  • Nighttime routine
  • How educated you are about your on strands
  • Nutrition
  • Recovering from an illness
  • How often you seal your ends
  • Transitioning or BC
  • Stress levels
  • Fitness
  • Field of work
  • How often you search & destroy or trim ends
  • Patience when detangling
  • Time to dedicate to hair
  • Amount of time you were hooked on the Creamy Crack
  • How often you use heat
  • Protective styling
  • Amount of hair manipulation during the week
  • Do you color your hair?
  • How often you moisturize
  • Do you have children?
  • Genetics

Most Importantly:

  • Do You Love Your Hair?