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The Grow It! Book Review (Part 1)
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Grow It by Chicoro. Grow It walks you through a simple six step process to help you understand which actions contribute to gaining healthy length and which actions do not. Who says afro-textured hair can’t grow long? The more you know the more you grow! Paperbackpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Grow Itplease sign up.
Lists with This Book. Chiccoro book is chicoeo yet featured on Listopia. I got some good pointers from this book. The recipe to make a quick and easy daily moisturizer was the best piece of advice. I no longer suffer from dry hair. Sep 03, Rissa rated it it was ok Shelves: While I think this book is a great jumping off point for someone who vy recently gone natural, as far as rudimentary information and different techniques to try I feel as if this book was mostly just Chicoro describing techniques that worked for her own hair.
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. Frankly, the book is good for beginners, but for a more seasoned, well-informed natura While I think this book is a great jumping off point for someone who has recently gone natural, as far as rudimentary information and groq techniques to try I feel as if this book was mostly just Chicoro describing techniques that worked for her own hair.
The Grow It! Book Review (Part 1)
Frankly, the book is good for beginners, but ti a more seasoned, well-informed natural, this book serves as little more than a moderately interesting pamphlet.
With more people becoming aware of natural hair as a viable option, and more information being publicized in regards to it, she’s going to have to do better in order to compete. Aug 14, Rhonda McKnight rated it cjicoro liked it. I learned alot about afro-textured hair and will absolutely consider those learnings in how I care for my hair going forward.
May 14, Jill rated it did not like it. I would not recommend this book to beginners, or veterans of the natural hair process. First, it is disorganized and very repetitive. She has two sections on weathering as if she forgot she already had one and her entire chapter on moisturizing had only two sections about moisturizing. The rest of the chapter was about not using damaging products. Second, there are certain products that black women shouldn’t use on their gros and that it not included in this book.
She gives incorrect or half c I would not recommend this book to beginners, or veterans of chiocro natural hair process. She gives incorrect or half cocked explanations on why you should keep you hair gdow.
I think she officially lost 2 stars when she said “for some women, Afro textured is not for them” ummmmmmmmm, it is growing out of your head, can’t get much “for you” than that.
Aug 16, Shalah Collins rated it really liked it. When I first decided to stop chemically processing my hair, Chicoro’s Grow It book, was the first book I purchased to learn more about the textured hair phenomenon. This book was brief, informative and gets straight to the point.
It has bg of good tips and information. I would recommend this book for anyone considering abandoning chemically processing their hair. This book specifically speaks to women with curly, kt textured hair. Nov 26, Trudy Susan rated it really liked it.
The book was a great overview.
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. To be truly successful you must find it on your own. Get cosmetic dictionary to help read ingredients Diluting shampoo helps reduce hair friction Hair absorbs treatmen The book was a great overview.
Get cosmetic dictionary to help read ingredients Diluting shampoo helps reduce hair friction Hair absorbs treatments better is rinsed with Chicor solution Panthenol is good for the hair Funniest Line in the Book: This is poor taste and not at all attractive” Overall I enjoyed the book and learned some great hair tips. Jul 14, Erica added it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
To view it, click here. Finished 06 02 10; not bad, good info on natural hair care. More motivation than anything, but I wish I’d read it when I first went natural. She is knowlegeable and goes into sometimes tok much detail about Jair structure. I got the book from Amazon and have no regrets.
She is doing a great service with this book. Basic knowledge This book is great for natural chicks who have no knowledge about how to take care of their coils. It was an easy read with ggrow lot of repetition.
This would be a great book for teenage girls to read since many or should I say most know so little about natural coils. I have been friends with Chicoro online for many years and am familiar with her hair methods from our membership on hair boards however, this is the first time that I chicori sat down and read her book for myself.
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Great book with a lot of information. I highly recommend it for those with afro-textured hair. Aug 27, Melinda rated it liked it Shelves: I found this book informative because I liked the tips about detangling and xhicoro. Very detailed and a great reference book especially if you are willing to put the time, energy and effort into the health of your hair.
I’m not sure that I believe that these techniques will make my hair longer, but I could see how it would make it healthier. Aug 15, Brenda Porter rated it liked it.
This book was a good start since I just recently went natural. However, there were a lot of things mentioned in the book that I wish were explained in more detail.
To fill in those gaps, I did my own research while reading the book. Aug 03, misha rated it it was amazing. This book is an easy read I read in half a daybut the nuggets in this book will be something you find yourself referring to often. Oct 17, Balinda added it. Jul 23, Jackie rated it really liked it. Dec 17, Danielle rated it really liked it. This book was very informative and had great tips for growing long hair. Jan 20, LadyS rated it really liked it. Nov 01, Yemisi Otasanya rated it really liked it.
Every bit of detail worked. And I have my waist length hair now. Had to study it like a bible. The fact that she personalised her growth experience, made it easier to understand and follow.
Mar 17, Alcqueline rated it it was ok. At this time in my life, I am unimpressed with this book. However, if I had the opportunity to have read this a year ago, I may have delayed starting my locs. Valery Benton rated it really liked it Oct 17, Deborah Jackson rated it really liked it Mar 22, Rashidat rated it did not like it Dec 28, Carol gibson rated it it was amazing Apr 03, Nabelle rated it it was ok Jun 10, Sarah Jane rated it it was amazing Nov 03, Gorman rated it liked it Dec 06, Wandering Reader rated it liked it Sep 24, Lexy Douglas rated it it was amazing Apr 24, Mayaindia22 rated it liked it Aug 09, Rhea Smith rated it really liked it Mar 15, Shurronne rated it liked it Jan 13, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.