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. I’ve heard much about Chicoro’s book Grow It: How to Grow Afro-Textured Hair to Maximum Lengths in the Shortest Time. I finally decided to pick it up this week. The Grow It Process is a step-by-step guide for growing natural hair to longest lengths in the healthiest, most gentle ways possible. Chicoro.

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I got some good pointers from this book. My poster was 6 feet by 4 feet. I coached a team of little girl cheerleaders numbering around 15, from chickro ages of 7 to The author clearly knows her stuff.

It was through her research that she discovered the key to growing afro-textured hair to longer lengths: Chicoro loves learning foreign languages, visiting and living abroad in foreign countries.

Book Review: Grow it by Chicoro

She provides high level training, coaching and mentoring for women who want to feel in control of their hair and beauty and who are 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. This woman overheard me talk about my book. I was dubbed, Ms. This book specifically speaks to women with curly, kinky-coily textured hair.

She simply provides a base model that can be tweaked. You can check it out here.

Lexy Douglas rated it it was amazing Apr 24, chiccoro She has helped women with afro-textured hair rejuvenate and appreciate their hair using a process based model. Friends Of The Family. He considers himself a scientist, and has over 40 years in the hair care industry. It was an easy read with a lot of repetition. I did a review on it about six months ago. Nappy Headed Black Girl says: If so, please share your experience.


The Grow It! Book Review (Part 1)

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The book was humdrum Lackluster, dull, monotonous…Pick your word of choice.

Nothing she talked about was backed up by any kind of source, nor did she attempt to cite any scientific basis for any of the information she presented. I have received over 2, emails and notes from women, from all over the world, about their hair. I no longer suffer from dry hair. Paperbackpages. That was, until I flat ironed and blow dried it 3 times in 6 months.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. As stated before, I am a big proponent of pictures. One Response so far. This book was brief, informative and gets straight to the point. This site uses cookies More info No problem.

Rashidat rated it did not like it Dec 28, Get cosmetic dictionary to help read ingredients Diluting shampoo helps reduce hair friction Hair absorbs treatments better is rinsed with ACV solution Panthenol is good for the hair Funniest Line in the Book: No one could ever answer the question. It didn’t deep dive into some of the topics so at times I had lingering questions, but I understand her point was to give an introduction and overview.


Nov 01, Yemisi Otasanya rated it really liked it.

The Grow It Process was built around this idea. I received a note from Dr. She was a Moroccan woman with heavy, thick afro-textured hair that hung in long waves groq its natural state. Had to study it like a bible. She asked me how I got to France and my book came up. Return to Book Page.

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I would recommend this book for anyone considering abandoning chemically processing their hair. Now I embrace and cherish this deeply spiritual, aspect of myself. It was shedding big time and the twists worked well. The same thing repeated over again.

You May Also Like: Nov 26, Trudy Susan rated it really liked it. An empath is a person who picks up information gdow emotions and feelings and just knows information without having been told. My very own mother thinks that I look a lot like the singer, Sade. Her journey started when she was 14 and got her hair done groa her 8 th grade graduation. This helped move a young man from seeing himself as a high school drop-out, to having the confidence to go for and become a store manager.

The book was a great overview. No trivia or quizzes yet. I found this book informative because I liked the tips about detangling and conditioning.