Chicoro’s Grow It serves as a perfect example of experiential proof enough that Chicoro knows not only how to grow afro textured hair, but to. I’ve heard much about Chicoro’s book Grow It: How to Grow Afro-Textured Hair to Maximum Lengths in the Shortest Time. I finally decided to pick it up this week. The Grow It Process is a step-by-step guide for growing natural hair to longest lengths in the healthiest, most gentle ways possible. Chicoro.

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My sole purpose for attending was to have the chance to meet my mentor, the world renowned Dr. First, it is disorganized and very repetitive. I have been using the techniques from the book for 2 months and am happy with the results.

It was through her research that she discovered the key to growing afro-textured hair to longer lengths: Vhicoro night, I was at one of my favorite spots, a cozy French restaurant near the center of Lyon.

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.

Open Preview See a Problem? However, there were a lot of things mentioned in the book that I wish were explained in more detail. Her journey started when she was 14 and got her hair done for her 8 th grade graduation.

To fill in those gaps, I did my own research while reading the book. But for one such as Grow It! She provides high level training, coaching and mentoring for women who want to feel in control of their hair and beauty and who are ready to put in the work to make their hair goals a reality so that they can be their most beautiful, physical self chicorl the inside out.


Book Review: Grow it by Chicoro

Sometimes the best advice comes not from experts and professionals but from someone who has trodden a path and gained experience, wisdom and understanding along the way that has chucoro merit and value. The hair designer cut her hair up to her shoulders. This woman overheard me talk about my book. Aug 27, Melinda rated it liked it Shelves: The photograph that adorns the front cover of the book is proof enough that Chicoro knows not only how to grow afro textured hair, but to maintain it well enough so that it is visibly healthy and has a natural lustre — not a superficial shine achieved through a quick spurt of oil sheen.

I would recommend this book for anyone considering abandoning chemically processing their hair. After being natural for nearly 2 years, my hair had grown past my shoulders and was thick full and gorgeous. She currently resides in Lyon, France.

Chicoro loves learning foreign languages, visiting, and living abroad in foreign countries. This would be a great book for teenage girls to read since many or should I say most know so little about natural coils. Jul 14, Erica added it. Aug 16, Shalah Collins rated it really liked it. First you do this, then you do this, followed by this, etc.

He made me promise to come to his restaurant to have dinner, to share a glass of champagne on my special day.

Part Three is entirely devoted to the six steps in the Grow-It process and what I like about the way it has been written, is at the chicorl of each of the steps Chicoro reaffirms the rationale behind her methods.


I coached a team of little girl cheerleaders numbering around 15, griw the ages of 7 to I would not recommend this book to beginners, or veterans of the natural hair process. Return to Book Page. Tags africa African Diaspora African music Afro hair afro textured hair arts and culture athletics black women with natural hair books cancer citizen journalism contemporary dance cricket critical race theory diet FIFA film film cbicoro football French African Music higher education higher tuition fees Jamaica journalism linguistic anthropology London riots lupus multiculturalism music industry natural afro hair obesity overweight Politics race race and identity racism sahara shades of noir south africa touareg UNIYFPAD whiteness young people youth olympic games youth unemployment.

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Jan 20, LadyS rated it really liked it. Chicoro is an advocate for preserving the hair you have for as long as possible. Sep 03, Rissa rated it it was ok Shelves: Carefully detangling your hair with your fingers will keep more hair on your head than down the drain. She felt empowered from the knowledge I gave her.

I learned alot about afro-textured hair and will absolutely consider those learnings in how I care for ih hair going forward. No one could ever answer the question.