In this hijabi care care video, so I’ve got some great tips that you can include in your hair care routine to keep your hair thick, healthy and strong under your hijab. As hijabi’s we can also face problems with receding hairline, thinning hair due to neglect so I hope you you get great ideas on how to grow your hair under your hijab. The most important thing to remember is that we also need a hair care routine or a slightly tailored hijabi hair care routine that can accommodate our needs since we cover our hair for a large part of our day.
You can grow long and healthy hair just like everyone else sisters. It just takes some extra TLC.
Remember, these are just my ideas, some things that work for me may not work for you and always check with your doctor before taking any supplements.
I did not know that I had a hole in my cardigan until i was editing this video and it was too good a video not to upload, so very sorry if it offends anyone. 🙁
Disclaimer: Wearing hijab does not cause hair loss, bad edges or thin hair. These issues are as a result of bad hair care practices.
Also, THIS IS NOT A SPONSORED VIDEO, just sharing some of the things that work for me.
Do Grow – Local Beauty Store
Jamaican black castor oil –
Vitale Olive Oil Hair Mayonnaise –
Netted Scarf – Look for it in your local Black hair Beauty Supply Stores
Similar item –
Hair Steamer –
Natural Oil –
It is actually best to buy your natural oils from food supply stores as you get more for your money, it’s cheaper and because they can be eaten, they tend to be more so in their most natural state.
Essential oils are different: They cannot be use straight, they have to be diluted accordingly so read the label properly as to the directions of use. I buy my coconut, almond, olive and avocado oils from my local food store in the market area.
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