Grow It Long Book

Grow It Long reviews

Does Grow It Long Really Work or Is it a Scam? Here is a review of Donna Hanover's Program:

Secrets to Growing Black Hair Long is a guide that was written for African-American women with tightly coiled hair who want to grow their hair out. Managing this type of hair as it grows longer can be a bit tricky, and if it is not done properly you could wind up with dry, brittle, kinky, damaged hair. In addition to teaching you how to keep your hair healthy as it grows, you will also learn how to make it grow as quickly as possible. The end result will be long, healthy, shiny hair in a few short months.

Many women with this type of hair are convinced that they cannot grow it long. It seems to stop growing at a certain length, and up until now it was thought that nothing could be done it. Donna Hanover, the author of this book, is an experienced hairstylist. She is also an African-American woman, and has helped many clients (and herself) grow long, beautiful, healthy hair.

In Hanover’s Guide You Will Learn:

  • A natural method to grow your hair long in a few short months
  • An easy cure for thinning and damaged hair
  • A simple mixture that softens hair and makes it easier to manage
  • Tips for revealing your hair's natural beauty
  • How to emphasize the curl pattern and color of your car
  • Why it is so difficult to grow your hair long

You won’t have to spend big bucks on fancy hair tonics or shampoos when you follow this guide. Hanover’s secret hair mixture can be made inexpensively with readily available ingredients. You will only have to spend a few minutes each day tending to your hair to keep it healthy and growing as fast as possible.

Long, Healthy, Shiny and Sexy

In the guide you will also learn some little known facts about African-American hair, and some common myths will be debunked. The simple routine will allow you to keep you hair in perfect health—even when it is more than two feet long! There are things that most women are doing to their hair that actually keep it from growing, and result in dry, damaged hair. Hanover sheds light on these common mishaps, and shows you how to get the same styling results without causing irreversible damage.

These hair care tips will work for any type of hair, but are particularly helpful for African American women, as it is especially difficult to grow tightly coiled hair long while keeping it healthy.

A One-Of-A-Kind Guide

As far as beauty guides for growing long black hair go, this book is in a class of its own. In it you will learn all the secrets necessary to grow your hair ½ to ¾ inch every month—and keep it looking beautiful and healthy throughout the process. You’ll be amazed at how easy it is to make Hanover’s “special sauce” for hair growth, and at the wealth of information in her guide. If you are ready to replace your hair extensions with the real thing, get your hands on this amazing new guide today!