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Give Away: Five Steps to Healthier Hair

As the year began, GA and I committed to helping you gain healthier hair. We looked at how attitude, diet, styling tools, maintenance and the hairstyles can be used skilfully to achieve healthier and longer tresses.

To help you along the way we are giving you a chance to win a healthy hair starter kit containing a bottle of Coconut sulphate-free shampoo and conditioner
, a sample pot of handmade hair butter
, a satin bonnet and a wide-tooth comb.

The winner of the kit and two other competitors will also be selected for a complementary hair consultation session,  including  a hair assessment and diagnosis (designed to explain your hair’s health), personalised hair care advice and product recommendations.

Learn to understand your hair, work with it and ultimately enjoy the process.

Our Hair Inspiration this week is Beyoncé simply because she SLAYS. Respect to Bey’s hair stylist, Kim Kimble and her team.

To be in with a chance to win:

  1. Follow @glamafricamag on Instagram
  2. Follow @afrotility on Instagram
  3. Post a picture of your favourite hair inspiration from the five part series and tag both @glamafricamag and @afrotility in it, stating whether you are applying for a consultation session or the starter kit.

Please note: The starter kit will only be sent to a resident based in the UK. The consultation session will be available via Skype for our international audience.

Contest closes on  March 7th 2016.

Until next week, Happy Hair Loving.

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AUTHOR: Afrotility

Afrotility is the founder of blieq.com, her focus is on natural hair care and styling. She is Passionate about afro hair in all its different degrees of curliness, and believes that “understanding your hair is the key to enjoying it and loving every single curly strand”. She also insists that “no styling without consultation” should be the new standard.

Editor: Ama Badu (Senior Online Editor)

Ama Badu

For reviews, premiers and red carpet events on the Afro-British scene, Ama is your go-to blogger. With an analytical mind and articulate pen, she hopes to write articles that will get Africa (and indeed the world) discussing “real” issues and tangible solutions.

http://www.glamafrica.com

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