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How can I grow my virgin hair in Nigeria? That question has bugged so many people. It’s hard enough finding the right way to maintain your natural hair in Nigeria talk more of actually growing your Nigerian virgin hair.

Taking on virgin hair growth is total ball game altogether. It can be tough to keep your hair growing just the way you want it.

However, the good news is that we are here to help. First, let’s talk a bit about your virgin hair.

What makes a hair virgin?

A virgin hair just refers to hair that has not been altered or modified in any hair. As the name “virgin” implies, it implies that this hair is totally new and fresh.

No relaxer, nothing.

Why growing virgin hair in Nigeria is a bit more technical

Nigerian virgin hair is a bit more technical for many reasons. First, it is usually extremely thick and curly. Also, the fact that everyone has different hair texture means not people will need different techniques of growing virgin hair in Nigeria

Let’s put it this way.

Everyone has different hair textures. So it means things are always going to play out differently.

However, despite all these problems, there is a distinct way of taking care of your Nigerian virgin hair.

Let’s take a look at it.

Planning the regimen

Planning a regimen for your virgin hair growth is extremely important. Regimen simply refers to a plan or a method that you stick to in a bid to grow your virgin hair.

I’ll recommend that you follow this particular regimen.

  • Preparation Steps
  • Shampoo
  • Deep condition (this largely depends on how full your hair is)
  • Moisturize

So let’s start from the top

Pre-Shampoo Period

The first thing to do would be to wash your hair. Washing it is pretty straightforward. So no fuss here.

Once you are done washing, the next step will be to treat your hair. To do this, use the best essential oils you can find.

Here’s a trick. You will find essential oils work much better when it has been heated up. When it’s heated up, it can be absorbed deep into your scalp. This allows it to do its work faster and more effectively.

If you are looking for some essential oils to try, rice water, Aloe Vera extracts, and some onion juice. This will surely do the trick.

Getting some shampoo

Get your shampoo ready and shampoo your beautiful hair. There are many shampoo products that you can use.

Putting on some shampoo as part of your mapped out plan will allow you to reduce the toxins in your hair. It also helps to clean my hair.

It’s the perfect product to ensure that your virgin hair is ready for the next step.

Talking about the next step…

Deep Conditioning

Don’t get me wrong. You can choose to condition your hair too. However, I prefer deep conditioning as it fits the Nigerian virgin hair perfectly.

In case you are wondering what it means to deep condition your hair, this refers to putting some conditioner on your hair.

Here’s a tip- Never put your conditioner on your scalp. Your reward will be itchiness and excessive heat. Trust me, it’ll be a disaster.

Also, try to cover your hair after putting on some conditioner. Covering your hair creates natural heat which is always better.

The heat helps the quick absorption of the conditioner into your hair shaft. I’ll suggest you use a shower cap or a paper bag to cover your hair.

It’s a good idea to keep your cover on for at least 45 minutes. That allows the conditioner to perform its magic.

Moisturizing your hair

The last step is to moisturize your hair. To achieve this, you’ll need some sealant and some essential oil. My recommended sealant will always remain shea butter.

It helps your hair to keep its moisture for hours.

So that we have talked about the regimen to keep your virgin hair growing right, I’ll just take you through a few tricks I also found useful.

Tips on growing your Nigerian Virgin Hair

1.     Protein and more Protein

The human body simply loves protein. In fact, without the presence of proteins in the body, your body will be unable to function properly. Also, your body’s tissues, ligaments, and other important parts will face major issues.

It also affects your negatively especially since you are carrying virgin hair

So you have to take in more proteins. Lean proteins like fish, eggs, and chicken will have a positive effect on your hair.

2.     Have a good night rest

One reason why your hair might not be growing so well can be because of sleep. Not sleeping affects almost every part of your body.

This includes your skin and your hair. Protein synthesis which is the way cells produce proteins is affected.

What’s the number one nutrient your hair needs to grow?

You guessed right.

Proteins. Without enough rest, you won’t have enough buildup of proteins, your hormones and enzymes will be all over the place and so much more.

I recommend that you get enough rest. At least 8 hours of sleep is a good start.

3.     Having a Healthy Outlook is vital if you want to grow your Nigerian Virgin Hair

Eating healthy doesn’t just help you avoid things like cancer. It also helps you grow your Nigerian virgin hair.

So take a step back from eating processed foods. Eat food that is rich in nutrients. Fortunately, that isn’t very difficult to achieve in Nigeria.

4.     Don’t go too hard with the shampoo

While shampoo helps your Nigerian virgin hair to grow, it will be detrimental to overuse the shampoo.

The truth is whenever you use shampoo, your hair dries up. This results in a loss of nutrients. That is definitely a setback in your quest to grow your natural hair.

Other things you should note if you want to grow your Nigerian virgin hair

There are other things you should keep in mind when growing your hair. Try to avoid supplements for your hair. They really are bad news. Things like B-complex, folic acid are horrible ideas. Do not be deceived.

Try to avoid using alcohol on your hair. It’s also vital that you stay away from hair cosmetics. They only reduce the quality of your hair.

Final Thoughts

So there you have it! Growing your virgin hair in Nigeria is not impossible. It can be done with the right care.

We’re confident that this guide will help you achieve your goals.

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