Caring for peaceful locks is important to be able to keep up healthy and beautiful head of hair. Thank you so much for showing that on here Candace! I actually used a few of the stats from the study in the expanded version of this that will printing in the GA Informer. I kept it just a little lighter here with the stats, but I'm so pleased that you distributed it with this community so they know I'm not simply blowing smoke, lol! Thank you for visiting!Many thanks for your comment! Depending on the look you are going for, will greatly determine if you want to add a water platform product or an engine oil base product to nice hair. When my wild hair is a rinse & go type style, I could add water established products. However, whenever i am using a stretched style and I do not want shrinkage, I'll use an essential oil based product, keeping clear of wetness.Normally I clean my head of hair on Mondays and Thursdays. On Mondays, I'll just shampoo my head of hair and use the Aveda conditioner for, like, I don't know, however long it takes me to exfoliate my face and have an imaginary dialogue with someone I wish to win over and then stare at a spot on my bathtub wall before remembering I have to make contact with work ha ha whoops and then I'll rinse out it out. It's a good in-between conditioner for blondes, I believe, and just helps to keep my wild hair nice and smart, but it can't really right for this bad brassy yellow we're seeking to avoid. Because we have been in this along now.Aside from this, one of the most typical factors behind shabby looking hair is poor maintenance or lack of good hair service - things like improper cleaning and cleansing and infrequent trimming. The problem is that what a lot of women think is wonderful for their hair may actually be harmful. Through proper care using simple techniques and the right maintenance products, anyone can have long, beautiful and healthy locks.Hair can only just grow and become healthy with proper water, and that water can only come from water - inside and out. Make certain she's getting in the advised amount of water and veggies for her age group. Also, can you do regular deep conditioning treatments on her behalf yet? If not, that's something else that can be done to encourage water/growth.