Please Subscribe, Like, and Rate ****** This is a mini book review and demonstration on how I. Chicoro’s Grow It serves as a perfect example of experiential proof enough that Chicoro knows not only how to grow afro textured hair, but to. Meet Chicoro, Beautifying Women Bit By Bit on a Global Scale! I am the author of the Amazon #1 Best Seller, “Grow It: How to Grow Afro-Textured Hair to.
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She has two sections on weathering as if she forgot she already had one and her entire chapter on moisturizing had only two sections about moisturizing. It was through her research that she discovered the key to growing afro-textured hair to longer lengths: She started looking for how to gain length in hair books but was not satisfied with the information.
Mayaindia22 rated it liked it Aug 09, He ir said that in his lecture he would like to include in it mention of my approach to lengthening Afro hair by the process that minimizes damage. She currently chiccoro in Lyon, France.
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Aug 14, Rhonda McKnight rated it really liked it. With more people becoming aware of natural hair as a viable option, and more information being publicized in regards to it, she’s going to have to do better in order ggrow compete. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. When I first decided to stop chemically processing my hair, Chicoro’s Grow It book, was the first book I chicorro to learn more about the textured hair phenomenon.
The same thing repeated over again. I could see her hair was broken off around the front edges of her hairline. He was the plenary speaker and the chairman of the planning committee for the symposium in Germany. Now I embrace and cherish this deeply spiritual, aspect of myself. Two events made me realize that I was truly an expert in my field. Nov 26, Trudy Susan rated it really liked it.
Chicoro has been mentioned in the New York Times and gave a lecture at the Black House, at Stanford University to an audience of 50 plus mostly, female students with afro-textured hair. Lists with This Book. She has also been a guest on blogradio and a contributor to numerous blogs and hairsites. After a few minutes, she asked me for some help. I learned alot about afro-textured hair and will absolutely consider those vhicoro in how I care for my hair going forward.
She provides high level training, coaching and mentoring for women who want to feel in control of their hair and ir and who lt ready to put in the work to make their hair goals a reality so that they can be their most beautiful, physical self from the inside out.
I found this book informative because I liked the tips about detangling and conditioning. Although my name is Adrienne Tyson, I am known in the hair world as Chicoro. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. He then added that he thought I knew just as much about cosmetic chemistry as a professional jt chemist. Had to study it like a bible.
I met him when I sent an email to get clarification about the cells on the hair structure that creates curl patterns on the strand. However, groa were a lot of things mentioned in the book that I wish were explained in more detail. While Cgicoro think this book is a great jumping off point for someone who has recently gone natural, as far as rudimentary information and different techniques to try I feel as if this book was mostly just Chicoro describing techniques that worked for her own hair.
The book was a great overview.
Book Review: Grow it by Chicoro
Every bit of detail worked. Great book with a lot of information. My poster was 6 feet by 4 feet. One night, I was at one of my favorite spots, a cozy French restaurant near the center of Lyon. This helps the tangles more easily separate from your hair without pulling or tugging. The photograph that adorns the front cover of the book is proof enough that Chicoro knows not only how to grow afro textured hair, but to maintain it well enough so that it is visibly healthy and has a natural lustre — not a superficial shine achieved through a quick spurt of oil sheen.
He added in his written message to me that, “[ hair is] a subject close to your heart and about which you are attaining global status!
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May 14, Jill rated it did not like it. From her I got the confidence I needed to overcome my fear and begin my professional journey and adventure! Mar 17, Alcqueline rated it it was ok.
Very detailed and a great reference book especially if you are willing to put the time, energy and effort into the health of your hair. My sole purpose for attending was to have the chance to meet my mentor, the world renowned Dr.
The hair designer cut her hair up to her shoulders.