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Beyond Baby Tresses

Eat enough protein. Some good sources of this nutrient include eggs, nuts, red meat and tofu. Massage your scalp. New York City dermatologist Rita Linkner, MD, suggests a combination of...
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Baby Hair

During her pregnancy, Irene, a 36-year-old clinical psychologist based in Colorado, says she noticed her hair become luxuriously shiny and thick. But some other moms-to-be say the exact op...
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Co-Washing Hair Basics

Choose a lightweight conditioner. These products have a consistency like lotion and are great for newbies who want to start off slowly when using conditioner to wash their hair and don’t w...
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Tress-Essential Elements

1. Vitamin A/Beta-Carotene Vitamin A helps keep scalp and hair cells healthy and produces sebum (an oil) in the scalp. A sebum deficiency can cause dandruff, and excess vitamin A (through...
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Color Conscious

Color is a wonderful way to spice up your look. But because black hair is so fragile, for many sistas, the potential for damage when coloring their tresses is real. Dye affects moisture, t...