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The holidays are here and everyone is in the giving mood. Some people are easy to shop for and others….*sigh* let’s just say you struggle yearly on what to get them. It helps if you know what they like or what they are really into now but you don’t want to break the bank getting them something they love. It can be a nightmare!
Many of us have natural haired friends, family, co-workers, or relaxed women wanting to go natural. If you want to support their journey or get them something they could use but not sure what that should be; then a natural hair book could be a great gift. I have three below that any natural would be lucky to have.
|Better Than Good Hair: The Curly Girl Guide to Healthy, Gorgeous Natural Hair!|
Nikki Walton’s Better than Good Hair is a great gift for any natural no matter where she is in her journey. Curly Nikki along with other experts give tips, testimonials and styles that any natural would be grateful to have in your arsenal.
|Curly Like Me: How to Grow Your Hair Healthy, Long, and Strong|
Teri LaFlesh has been around a long time and with her tightly curled hair she has learned the best practices to grow it long, keep it healthy and beautiful. The book has over 250 pictures and illustrations and she gives great advice on transitioning.
|Curly Girl: The Handbook [With DVD]|
It’s no secret that I LOVE this book and my hair has grown and retained length better than ever as well as staying moisturized! There are testimonials from naturals as well as recipes, tips on taking care of your hair and Lorraine Massey educates you about your tresses like no other. Any natural, regardless of her hair type would be very grateful for this book.
Now, don’t feel you have to give these away. You may want one for yourself and that is more than OK. There are tons of YouTube videos and blogs but sometimes a good old-fashioned book is the best resource for anything.
Happy holidays Naturals,
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