HEY CURLFRIEND!I know how frustrating it can get when you're doing your natural hair at home.
- It's always dry
- I need this product , that product
- What's all this breakage?
- why is my hair feeling brittle?
After years of research and my own trial and error experience of 10 years! I've found that one of the major building blocks of moisturized natural hair comes in the form of porosity level.
You don't have to be a professional hair stylist to know about hair porosity. You just have to commit to a regimen to begin seeing changes in your hair.
Whether you're a beginner who has never tried your hand at doing your natural hair on your own or you're an intermediate-level naturalista looking to pick up some pointers on enhancing your natural hair regimen my goal was to create a highly affordable, information-rich course that would allow you to noticeably improve your natural hair in a relatively short amount of time.
“I had no idea what porosity was or what it had to do with my hair breakage. But this course broke it ALL the way down! Thanks Tarin.”Candace B.
THIS $7 E-COURSE INCLUDES:
- Four lessons
- Nine exclusive videos
- Tools and Resources Page
- Lifetime access to the course
- Mobile/Tablet compatible
IN THIS 5-MODULE COURSE, WE COVER:LESSON ONE: Porosity Basics and what causes it.
LESSON TWO: How to Test Your Hair's porosity level.
LESSON THREE: Low Porosity Characteristics and Regimen
LESSON FOUR: High Porosity Characteristics and Regimen
LESSON FIVE: Tools and Resources
“There's info all over the web and you can never know which way is the "right way" I loved how this course really let me know why my hair has been so dry and how I can correct it!”Shannon K.
YOU CAN LEARN THE ACTUAL STEPS RETAINING MOISTURE IN YOUR NATURAL HAIR OR YOU CAN:
- Spend your time searching the internet for inconsistent answers.
- Waste money on endless products that never work for your hair or "stop working" after a while.
- Struggle to find a thorough regimen that you can implement on your next wash day.
- Use trial and error to grow your hair at a painfully slow rate.
- Keep dealing with the large amount of breakage covering your clothes, floor, and bathroom sink.