Vancouver, WA (PRWEB) June 29, 2011
Now more than ever before, Black, Afro Caribbean, and African American women around the world are embracing methods, advice, and products to help them take care of their hair naturally, without chemicals. Now, those that use the ipad, ipod touch, or iphone, have an additional resource available to them. Originally published in print in 2007, the book Twelve Steps For Growing Black Hair is now available in the iTunes iBookstore.
Twelve Steps For Growing Black Hair presents a natural method for growing healthy Black, Afro Caribbean, and African American Hair. In this book author Ololade Franklin discusses the twelve steps that have helped her to grow longer, healthier hair naturally, without relaxers. This book discusses how to wash, condition, and style natural Black hair to prevent breakage and encourage growth. Also discussed are thermal pressing (chemical-free straightening with a hot comb), hair care tools, and tips for choosing hair care products.
In the introduction author Ololade Franklin states “After working with my hair for several years I realized that I had to change the way I took care of my hair if I wanted it to grow and stay long. I had to change the way I washed it, conditioned it, styled it, and wore it. I had to change the way I handled it. And I had to change the products I used. When I made these changes, and stuck with them, then my hair grew, and I knew how to keep it growing. This book takes a twelve step approach to help you identify the steps you need to take to grow your hair long, and to keep it that way.”
In addition to being available through the iBookstore on iTunes, Twelve Steps for Growing Black Hair is available in printed format through Amazon.com and Lulu.com. For more information about the book Twelve Steps For Growing Black Hair visit http://black-hair-growth.info/twelve-steps-for-growing-black-hair.html. An online preview of the book is available at http://black-hair-growth.info/Twelve-Steps-Preview.html
The Franklin and Franklin Company is a small manufacturer of natural products for Black, Afro-Caribbean and African American Hair and a publisher of books for this same market.
The Franklin and Franklin Company