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African hair is a unique and beautiful asset that many individuals are starting to explore.

Some are beginning to see their curly and coily locks as an opportunity to make a living by establishing a career as a professional in the African Hair industry.

For those considering going professional with African Hair, it’s important to first fully understand the various challenges that come along with the profession. This includes the understanding of the history of African Hair, the type of products required, and what to expect from clients. It’s important to be prepared in order to ensure that clients look and feel their best when they leave the salon. 

Sounds like I’m the salon watching how well and beautiful African hairstyles are made. I really just spent a good amount of time doing the research to come up with this article. Anyway, let’s continue 🙂

It’s essential to choose high-quality products and understand the requirements of each product before use. Look for natural oils that won’t damage the scalp and ingredients like shea butter and coconut oil, which help to nourish the scalp and promote healthy hair growth. 

Proper styling is also essential for achieving a professional result, as is knowing how to shape and work with thick, kinky African Hair. The styling can be a bit challenging but definitely a rewarding experience. 

To ensure success, it is important for stylists to be familiar with the history of African Hair and its cultural significance.

By Elijah Christopher

 

 

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Elijah Christopher is a lifelong creative artist and a journalist for “A New Touch Of Africa”, an American news media and magazine focusing on Africa-related issues, fashion, new technologies and innovations. He has contributed to several published works, most notably a collaborative poem celebrating Scottish poet Edwin Morgan and in 2021 was the winner of the DIAJ Award for his photo-artistry.

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