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by Pamela Ferrell


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Why Are Black Women Losing Their Hair? The first complete guide to healthy hair with contributions from medical experts. you will feel like you have her one-on-one personal consultation to talk about your hai. t’s unique qualities and how you can care ofr it without chemicals. learn beauty industry secrets and answers to all the questions you wanted to ask but didn’t know who.

pamela ferrells natural hair care system has helped thousands of women grow healthy hair. you will feel like you have her one-on-one personal consultation to talk about your hair...it's unique qualities and how you can care ofr it without chemicals. learn beauty industry secrets and answers to all the questions you wanted to ask but didn't know who to ask.
JoJosho
I decided to grow out of my relaxer and wear my hair natural before I learned about "Let's Talk Hair." But, the reviews I read on this book convinced me to buy it anyway.
After reading Pamela Ferrell's comments on natural hair, her thought-provoking commentary on the psychological struggle that some of us have in accepting our naturally curly hair, and the professional references she gives on how hair chemicals can affect our bodies internally, I was fully convinced that I made the right choice to transition to my natural hair and leave it that way. The book has great tips on options for growing out of a relaxer, how to shampoo, comb, blow dry, and style naturally curly hair (many pictures included). It lists common chemicals in shampoo, hair color, conditioner, etc. that just aren't right for black hair. And, it tells us which natural ingredients are good for our hair.
"Let's Talk Hair" is a must-read for the black woman who has even slightly considered wearing her natural hair. And, it's a must-read for every black woman who is health-conscious, and cares about the effects that many chemical hair products have on her well being.
Bravo to Pamela Ferrell for giving us some desperately needed education and confidence in our natural beauty!
Bumand
I found this book very very informative on the basics of natural hair care. This effort by Ms. Ferrell and the book entitled No Lye both gave me the confidence a year ago to stop the chemicals. I started my search for information on how to get from under the chemical umbrella and discovered this book here on Amazon.com.
I opted to use braids to grow out my chemical hair just because I knew I could not handle a teeney weeney afro, that's just not me. Well a year has gone by and I have a head full of natural hair and it's not scary at all. Trust me I had some bad moments the first time I had to take out my braids but have since come to see what Ms. Ferrell meant about the texture of your hair changing as it comes out from under the influence of the chemicals. My primary reason for going natural has nothing to do with Black pride, sorry to say. I had way more selfish reasons. I was worried about my health. Over the last few years I had undergone an intense learning period of understanding about the foods we eat or don't eat and the functions of the various organs of the body. When I realized the absorption capabilities of our skin I grew quite concerned. The skin is powerful and very good at one of it's jobs which is to absorb. I came to the conclusion that I should not have anything put on my scalp wherein my stylist had to wear gloves. If it was too dangerous for her hands it was too dangerous for me. Ms. Ferrell touches on this very topic and it was gratifying to see others express this concern.
After having said all of this I have to admit I was still nervous the other day as I sat in the chair to get my first set of twist. Hallelujah.... I have been set free. It is so hard to describe the feeling of wearing my hair a la natural. I do believe this is easy enough with straight twisting to do it on my own soon enough but..... I am lazy and just like other people's hands in my head.
So whatever your reasons for wanting to go natural this book is great. I have to agree with another reviewer and put in a request for more styles in the next book but this is excellent for those just starting out.
Morlurne
I am a puertorican black hispanic, I had been relaxing my hair for 20 years. This book had made me realize the beauty of my natural hair. This book is powerfull, thruthfull and easy to understand. The pictures are great! You can see a before (relax hair) and after (natural chemical free hair) and you can really see the diference! Natural hair is beautifull if you follow Pamela's advices. Everything she said in the book is really true, I can see it on my own life, on my own hair history. I had been proudly wearing my natural hair for about 6 months and my husband really like it. He said my hair now has a professional look. After reading this book you will never put more harmfull and damaging chemicals in your hair. This book is really an eye-opener! great job Pam!
Wanenai
I enjoyed the book. It wasn't one of my favorite books on natural hair care, but it did have some information I could use. If you are just beginning the natural hair journey, you could gain some insightful information from this book.
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Wrathshaper
This book has great information about caring for curly and wavy coarse hair. It has great pictures, and illustrations. I would recommend this book to others. I especially recommend this book to mothers of black daughters.
Grotilar
Not very informative for the money.
I did get some interesting facts from the book and felt I got my monies worth.
Let's Talk Hair: Every Black Woman's Personal Consultation for Healthy Growing Hair ebook
Author:
Pamela Ferrell
Category:
Social Sciences
EPUB size:
1477 kb
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1254 kb
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Publisher:
Cornrows & Co (December 1, 1996)
Pages:
240 pages
Rating:
4.3
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