Afro-Textured Hair


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Most African American people have what is called afro-textured hair. This is when each strand of hair grows in a small spring like structure making it denser than most other hair. Black hair is not the same as most hair in  terms of washing and taking care of it. You are only supposed to wash your hair once or twice a week and condition it three to five times a week. For black males it they are usually spending a lot more money on haircuts because of the way there hair forms when it grows.

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