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    Many women of color today suffer from dry, breaking, thinning, and balding hair because of a lack of knowledge about hair itself and how products, chemicals, and aggressive hairstyling techniques can play a role in its downfall. This guide will educate you about hair, how it functions, and help get you back on the healthy path.
    1. The Make-Up of Hair

    Having a basic understanding of the structure of hair is the first step to keeping it healthy. In this section you’ll learn the exact make-up of hair and how the components work together to produce healthy hair.
    2. What Causes Hair To Become Damaged

    There are so many factors that can contribute to hair being damaged. In this section, you’ll learn the most frequent ways hair becomes damaged, how chemicals play a large part, and some popular techniques that you thought were helpful but are actually harmful.
    3. The Importance of Nutrition

    Often times, we look for products that are topical to reverse hair damage and spark growth, but nutrition is a large part of hair health. In this section, you will learn all about the connection between hair and nutrition and what foods and supplements are most beneficial.
    4. How To Keep The Hair and Scalp Healthy

    In this section, we’ll talk about how to treat the scalp by exactly what it is, which is skin. Exfoliating your scalp and using essential oils is a large part of caring for skin and you’ll learn how to properly use this to your advantage.

    About The Author

    Stephanie Johnson is a licensed hairstylist and has been working professionally for over 25 years. She is also a salon owner, educator, holistic specialist, and product developer specializing in hair restoration for women of color. Stephanie is a member of The National Association of Professional Women. She currently keeps women informed on the most updated information pertaining to beauty, body, and business through her website and newsletter, and promotes The Hair Care Company product line which she developed in 2005. Stephanie Johnson currently resides in the Washington D.C. area.

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