Three Things to Learn in Order to Easily See Results With Your Hair Journey

Let’s start this post with a bit of brutal honesty. No one really likes to be told what to do. Actually no one really likes to be told that what they are doing is wrong. Unfortunately, when it come to hair care those are two things that need to be heard often followed by here is the right way to do it. Last week we got rid of some hair myths to get your mind right . This week let’s discus three things you will most likely have to relearn  in order to more easily see results with your hair journey. In other words lets learn the right way to get this hair journey on track.

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Three Myths About Hair Growth that are Keeping You From Your Hair Goals

When you are deciding to begin a hair journey it is important that you prepare your mind. You want your affirming thought to be that your hair goal can and will be reached. For most of us a huge part of this preparation includes first ridding your mind of the lies and negative outside influences that have clouded your ability to get started and keep motivated. That being said , before giving you information on what styling tools to look for and what products to buy we have got to set the right foundation. To help you with this, let’s debunk three major hair myths so that you can begin retaining your length and enjoying your hair growth! Everyone knows that once you change your thoughts you change your results.


“Pictured above are a few photos from my hair journey. Top left is my big chop halfway done while I was relaxed. Right side is my hair completely natural. ”

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The #1 Reason I Started My Hair Journey

It was during high school that I first decided to grow my hair out. I envisioned walking down the halls with my hair swaying in time with my steps, of course in slow motion. Like in the movies. I also remember telling my high school boyfriend my plan and him looking at me as if I had lost my mind. I told a few others and was met with the same reaction. I remember feeling excruciatingly disappointed that no one really thought I could do it. In my mind I knew that maybe people were just tired of hearing women say they were going grow their hair and not really do it,  but I just  really knew I could! 

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