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by Tulani Kinard


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Tulani Kinard's study on African American Natural hair care is based on her philasophical belief that beauty and self-love is also healthy and biologically sound. A must-read for every African-American women, man, girl, and boy-at least!" - -Bernice John Reagon.

Tulani Kinard's study on African American Natural hair care is based on her philasophical belief that beauty and self-love is also healthy and biologically sound. Tulani Kinard is the owner of Tulani's Regal Movement, a natrual hair-care salon in Brooklyn, New York.

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For years, African-American women have relied on harsh chemicals and relaxers to manage their hair-which more often than not did more damage than good. The African American Woman's Guide to Natural Hair Care.

In this hair-care and styling guide Tulani Kinard reveals the secrets to obtaining and maintaining beautiful healthy hair .

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Join a panel discussion about African-American Hair & related issues featuring special guest speakers including: Jane Carter, A pioneer and the creator of Jane Carter Solutions Dr. Isfahan Chambers-Harris, Chemist and Creator of Alodia Hair Care Gillian Scott-Ward, PhD, Director of the documentary, Back to Natural Tulani Kinard, Author of the best-selling book, No Lye – The African American Woman’s Guide to Natural Hair Care. Troy E. Harrison, An introspective artist who created a business embodied the seven principles of Kwanzaa, and named it Afrakuts.

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No Lye: The African American Woman's Guide To Natural Hair Care For years, African-American women have relied on harsh chemicals and relaxers to "manage" their hair, which more often than not did more damage than good. Improper braiding techniques have also contributed no small amount of harm, resulting in frail, damaged hair and even pattern baldness in women. No Lye! offers a safe and easy alternative. Twelve Steps For Growing Black Hair This book presents a natural method for growing Black and African hair.

Her book, "No Lye-The African American Woman's Guide to Natural Hair Care," outlines further healthy, natural treatments for kinky hair.

Kinard also admits that untrained braiders also cause damage with styles that are too tight. Her book, "No Lye-The African American Woman's Guide to Natural Hair Care," outlines further healthy, natural treatments for kinky hair. All chemical treatments should be performed by licensed beauticians.

For years, African-American women have relied on harsh chemicals and relaxers to "manage" their hair--which more often than not did more damage than good. Improper braiding techniques have also contributed no small amount of harm, resulting in frail, damaged hair and even pattern baldness in women.No Lye! offers a safe and easy alternative. In this hair-care and styling guide Tulani Kinard reveals the secrets to obtaining and maintaining beautiful healthy hair--naturally.Discover...The art of making braids, terrific twists and lovely locksEasy recipes for products that clean, strengthen, and condition the hairWays to heal damaged hairPainless methods of caring for your children's hairFast, easy styles for all lengths and textures of hairThe pros and cons of using hair extensionsAsk me your hair-care questions...I'll tell you No Lye!

Comments: (7)

Stonewing
Tulani has done an excellent job of putting together the much needed info for caring for natural, chemical free, hair. Why there are so few books on the subject is a mystery to me given the health ramifications involved with continuously using caustic chemicals on ones scalp. But, the need to "fit in" is greater than the need for a healthy life. Well I am finally brave enough and secure in my own heart to know that whatever God gave me is what I have and if it sticks straight up then it sticks straight up. I use this book as a reference guide along with Pamela Ferrell and Lonnice Bonner's books. It helps to re-read some of the sections when you are staring in the mirror with a head full of nappy hair and thinking why oh why don't I just get a perm. Whenever I feel the urge to take that road I read one of my reference guides. Not only for the how to info but the moral support as well. My hair is now 6 to 7 inches and growing like crazy. In other words it quit breaking off and I think that the longer it gets the easier it will be to manage. I look forward to the day I can easily wear buns and do single braids. This isn't far off but until this time I will deal with the twisting and braiding while I wait for a few more inches to grow.
Ballagar
Not worth 10 dollars. YouTube and gooleis your friend. I had this book for over 5yrs and I haven't opened it for over 5yrs no lye????????
Akta
I did the big chop March 2012 and the ONLY way I have learned to take care of my natural hair is via the internet and youtube until I decided to buy some books from AMAZON. I purchased 12 books (NO LIE!) and NO Lye! was the first book I purchased and when I say out of the 12 books No Lye was and is the best It really is no lie! This book covered everything and opened my eyes and hair. I could barely put this book down and will continue to make it a staple regarding my natural hair care.
Fearlesshunter
This is a good read with good info, but since it's an old book some of the info is outdated. The Science of Black Hair is a much better read so far.
Utchanat
I bought this book for a friend for Kwanzaa. I skimmed throught it and immediately wished I could have gone back and bought one for myself (the boutique only had one copy). This book gives several alternatives to natural hair styling and realistic suggestions on caring for them. It is thorough and creative. You can tell that the author believes every word she writes and that this is a for-real lifestyle and not just a fad.
Malahelm
Ms Kinard knows what she's doing. She discourages the use of straighteners while understanding that the natural way is just not for some of us. But if you've even remotely considered locs, the section she's devoted to this glorious way of life will help you come to a decision. My hair has been natural for 7 years and with the help of this lovely book, I started my husband's locs last weekend (a highly sensual experience). Thank you, Tulani!
Mysterious Wrench
This book is a lye. I was expecting recipes to use for homemade products, but she instead recomends chemicals to use on our hair. Totally sucked. You are better of watching people on Youtube for hair tips.
Maybe I'm fooling myself into believing my hair can one day be long and manageable. I got no help from this book. Back to the drawing board.
No Lye: The African American Woman's Guide To Natural Hair Care download epub
Social Sciences
Author: Tulani Kinard
ISBN: 0312151802
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin (September 15, 1997)
Pages: 208 pages