Long kinky hair secret from Chad in Africa

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I went to Chad to unveil the haircare secrets of an African ethnic group called the “Basara Arabs.” The Basara Arab women are known to have very long naturally coarse hair that famously goes passed their rear ends. They cover their hair in a home made mixture that keeps their hair super moisturized and lubricated which is the reason given for why they say their hair never breaks; even from childhood.

The ingredients are very specific to Chad and sudan. I’m not sure if the ingredients in the powders they use can be found anywhere in the West but we are selling the miw already made.

Directions:

– The first step is to get the hair wet so they do so using regular water and alternate between the scented oil/hair grease mix and the chebe powder mix until the hair is fully saturated. They then re-braid the hair and once that braid is done they wet it again with water. They repeat that routine every 3 to 5 days.

Some people may initially think that their hair length is due to genetics, after inquiring on the subject the women said that it was most definitely NOT due to genetics since they do not apply shébé powder mixture to their bangs which, in turn, stay short. However the parts of the hair which they do use the powder mixture on in their routine doesn’t break and grows very long and strong.

The texture of the hair do not look kinky because the weight of the powder relaxes the hair and gives it a curly appearance and with this weight the hair does not shrink. On the other hand, their fringes have a kinky texture.

First song is Chadian Arabic and the two others are Sudanese Arabic.
Song 1 : Un chanteur tchadien pecos
Song 2 : منتصر هلالية & شكر الله عزالدين – معزورة
Song 3 : منتصر هلالية و شكرالله عزالدين – القمر ليلة تمامو

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41 thoughts on “Long kinky hair secret from Chad in Africa”

  1. Yes, they WASH THE HAIR OOOOO…. After the application!
    YES! It does WORK FOR EVERYONE!
    I'm Nigerian, we used on my niece whose hair wouldn't grow an inch in 6months. In one month she had a little less than an inch.
    I wish I could show y'all pictures of before and after! Because we kept tabs in her hair growth. Lol

  2. Yes, they WASH THE HAIR OOOOO…. After the application!
    YES! It does WORK FOR EVERYONE!
    I'm Nigerian, we used on my niece whose hair wouldn't grow an inch in 6months. In one month she had a little less than an inch.
    I wish I could show y'all pictures of before and after! Because we kept tabs in her hair growth. Lol

  3. All healthy hair is beautiful whether it is the type that grows long or the type that remains short. Why the fascination with long hair? "None but ourselves can free our minds …" All in the mind, all in the mind. Bob Marley, as relevant as ever…

  4. I read some of these comments and I've come to realize some of you need to just find other means to entertain yourselves. The ignorance is disheartening. Ever time I think we have made some progression, there is always proof that we haven't. Just come on social media and read comments. I mean from any of the main sites. It NEVER fails.😲😂😟😃

  5. Sorry, but nothing’s beautiful about this jug head of muddy thin hair. Who cares about the length?? It just requires more mud in this case. Beauty has standards whether African or Caucasian.

  6. So the dumb as dermatologist said to me I was the 2% of black with naturally long hair.
    She had the nerve to say blacks can’t grow long hair, that’s why they wear wigs and weaves.
    I could only gasp!.
    I said have a nice day.🙄

  7. We as American black women always wear weave, false eyelashes, and finger nails. African women are always natural and that's the best way to be. They don t try to keep up with celebrities and their lifestyle.

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