Summer Hair Growth Challenge: June 30th-December 30th

Make Hair Her-story (History) with me!

Challenge Lovers- Listen up!

I don't know about you- but I love a challenge, so this year I am inviting you to join in my hair growth challenge.

I am trying to recruit 100 women to grow their hair with me this summer- this challenge is not for the light-hearted trust me!!


1) Join my social network: http://www.grow-it-long.ning.com/ and join the group:

'Summer hair growth- (via hiding your hair) Chalengees'

2) Pick a protective style to use to help you grow your hair for the next 6 months.

3) Take a picture of your hair as it is now- post it to the group page on the http://www.grow-it-long.ning.com/

4) Follow a strict haircare regime: eg:

My protective style for maximum growth is braids:

The regime I will follow is...

  • I will be Co-washing (conditioner washing) my hair every other day

  • Oiling my scalp with my GROW-It-Long Serum growth oil at least 3 times a week

  • Moisturising my hair with my leave-in conditioner and oil mixture every other day
  • Re-doing my protective style after 3 months and 3 weeks
  • Using no direct heat in my hair
  • Sleeping with a plastic cap on my head to keep my hair moist and maximise my growth
  • Taking my supplements: Multi-vitamins, MSM, Iron, Chlorella.
  • Drinking at least a 1.5l of water a day
  • Eating plenty of protein rich foods- fish, beans, lentils, soya etc

Sign up at www.Grow-it-long.ning.com by June 29th midnight.

To help you out check out this:

Protective styles include:

Full head weaves




Instant weaves

Why not try to do your own ' protective style'

Its not as hard as you might think!

or just do some braids:

DIY Braid extension tutorial:

Growth acchieved with braid exstensions left in for 3 months!

You will be pleasantly surprised at what you growth and thickness can be accieved by leaving your hair alone to grow for a few months!

Maximise your growth like I do with this great hair oil:


My Little Girl wants straight hair??

Does your daughter love her natural hair?

I have a 4 year old and ever since she has been about 2 years old I started introducing her to healthy hair care practices.

Practice makes perfect!

I keep it simple by telling her about the conditioners we use on her hair and why, I have also have gotten her to love her satin headscarf! so much so she reminds me to put it on her head if ever I forget before she goes to bed!

TOPTIP:Maintain a regular routine so it becomes second nature to your child to have their hair treated.

Self esteem:

Our girls are bombarded with images of long straight hair often achieved by the use of exstensions or weaves and wigs, so naturally its what they will gravitate towards, its up to us as parents to create in their minds , a positive self-image of their hair no matter the kink, coil or curl.

Happy little girls with their own natural hair...

Beautiful Kinki hair... ;)

Do you unwillingly neglect your childs hair?

As a mother you have enough on your plate as it is- but please make the time to care for your childs hair now while they are young, see it as an investment into their confidence. No-one wants to commit their child to a life of instant weaves- hair pieces or wigs!

You are the caretaker for your childs hair up until they reach the age of ? well until they understand the true nature of good hair care practices.

Mum's /Guardian's... you need to make sure you do the following to ensure your childs hair stays healthy and strong:

Learn this mantra: conditioner is a curls best friend!!

Condition the hair regularly- x 1 a week :)

Freshly conditioned hair!

Apply a deep conditioning treatment - x 2 a month :)

Shampoo with a sulfate free shampoo- x 1 a month

Oil scalp- (not with any grease :( - x 1 a week

Moisturise the hair daily with a leave-in conditioner and a hair butter/lotion

Healthy moisturised hair in a non-damaging child friendly style

Trim the ends when they become damaged and dry

Let the hair air-dry- avoid blow-drying at all costs!

Apply a satin/plastic cap every night :)

Avoid damaging hairstyles- no exstensions on toddlers please :(

Avoid relaxers, texturisers and chemical softeners! :) (at least before puberty!)

Beautiful Curly hair!

Afro assumptions!!

Do not assume or take for granted, simply because you have had afro hair your whole life you understand what it takes to truly look after hair of afro descent!

Our hair is truly unique and special- teach your child to embrace the beauty of their nautural hair, introduce styles that will not damage the tresses but instead give it a chance to grow, healthy and strong.

Information courtesy of - Kinki Coili Kurli...

The naturally inspired hair care range for children with hair that isnt straight!

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Stimulate your scalp to grow hair!

Hi Ladies,

I have been away for awhile tending to my baby but I am back now and it business as usual!

Let's talk hair and the care of it!

On my hair travels I have seen so many different heads, weaved ones, locksed ones, sister lox, braids, instant weaves, fro's, relaxed heads and much, much more!

Braids with a healthy nourished scalp!

Irrespective of your style!

No matter how your hair is styled- I am here to let you know that you need to stimulate and nourish your scalp in order for your hair to remain on your head and grow healthy and strong!

Beautiful locks- stem from a healthy scalp!

K.I.S.S! (Keep it sweet and simple!

The most effective way to do this is by the usage of a stimulating scalp oil and regular if not daily massaging of the scalp!

Top tips!

  1. Keeping your scalp clean- washing it regularly,,,it loves water!

  2. Dealing with your scalp problems- dandruff, spots, tender parts!

  3. Also be positive about your hair!

  4. All hair grows, albeit at different rates but on average 1/4 inch a month!

Scalp neglect!

Too many of you are neglecting your scalps and see consistent hair problems because of it!
If you relax your hair regularly, that chemical treatment alone has stripped your scalp dry!

If you wear braids, do not allow your scalp to start itching you before you start to apply oil to it!

The same goes for a weave, don't knock yourself out patting that itch away- nourish your scalp instead and your hair will love you for it!

Like a gardener to his most precious plant- it all starts with the roots!

Try this...for size

The Grow-it-long serum

Only available online, payment through pay-pal at current!

e-mail root2tiphair@yahoo.co.uk for more info.

Suitable for all hair types:

Do you suffer with any of the following:

Itchy scalp?

Dry scalp?

Hair breakage?

Hair that has stopped growing?

If so then try this nourishing scalp oil, it will eliminate much of the above when used consistently.

100% natural, it is the perfect oil to massage your scalp with whilst at the same time nourishing it with essential oils and minerals.

Not greasy at all it will penetrate right down to the roots!

Picture this:

Users of this oil and their GROWTH results


Ms x says:

I love this oil as it really works, I was so depressed when I lost my hair and I had no idea what to use on it, I use the Grow-it-Long Serum and the ROOT Energizer and my results are amazing- I am so happy.

More great results!

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