I have been interested in reading some hair care books lately. The first I read was Ms. Kibibi's book, The 5 Hair Archetypes. Her book was very informative and very detailed. She broke down what the 5 Archetypes or hair personalities are. Here is the description: The book has COLOR photos, flow charts, QR codes to video tutorials, text boxes and much more! In The 5 Hair Archetypes, Sharifa Barnett details the innovative model for understanding your hair based on your current routine. The hair archetypes, or hair personalities, categorize women based on their hair habits, and share anecdotal stories of real women and Sharifa's own experience as that archetype. You can take The 5 Hair Archetypes Quiz to identify your current archetype. Sharifa dispels the most common hair myths and challenges you to reconsider your explanations for not having the hair of your dreams. This book also provides practical information for building a regimen that will yield results in 21 days, including: - Suggested regimen for each archetype, - Discussion on common hair problems and simple solutions, - A guide on properly using extensions to retain length, and much more! The 5 Hair Archetypes takes a comprehensive, systematic approach to hair care that will teach you how to achieve your hair goals.
Next up on the list is the "10 Easy Steps to Go Natural Without Cutting Your Hair Off" by Nik aka Long Hair Don't Care on You Tube. Since I want to stretch for as long as I can and even go natural eventually, I think that this book could probably help with that. I'm calling it a long stretch because calling it a transition sounds so official. lol Also, I don't want to call it a transition because if I feel like the condition of my hair is going downhill I would go ahead start back texlaxing because big chopping out of the question. I will be checking this out to see if there are any useful tips.