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PICS: The Beautiful Hamamat Ditches Her Afro Wig For Her Own Natural Hair & Here’s How She Did It

by Abigail Oluwakemi
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As stated on fashionghana.com many times, the beautiful Hamamat Montia is definitely one of Ghana’s prime tourism treasures.

Hamamat Montia since settling in Ghana with her two daughters after her divorce went into promoting tourism in Ghana before going into the production of shea butter, oils, and natural essentials under the Hamamat African beauty range as well as the Shea Butter village.

A proud Northern girl and Pan-Africanist, she is relentless in sharing African culture and information to the world.

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All About Hair

Sometime in 2019, the viral short-haired girl, Hamamat saw a much more viral Hamamat after she began rocking the big afro wig and created some of the most beautiful ‘African Woman’ pictures to hit the internet.

Her big Afro wig was extremely admired and garnered compliments from all corners of the globe.

PICS: Hamamat & Her Kids Continue To Wow Us With Stunning Afro Haired Looks

However, those compliments came with natural hair enthusiasts encouraging black women to keep it natural like Hamamat.

And they were met with the reaction that her hair wasn’t natural either.

Hamamat! How Did You Do It?

There is no telling if these discussions prompted Hamamat to actually grow her own fro or if it was just an intent regardless. However, here are some clues on how she did it.

Cornrows

Cornrows is a prime way to grow your hair quickly. The hairstyle that sees each and every strand woven down across the head work in a good sense of pulling your hair from its roots all whilst granting your scalp enough room to breathe as well as be moisturized.

This was commonly spotted on Hamamat during her hair growing days and it is also an essential and convenient hairstyle to rock under wigs.

https://www.instagram.com/p/CJtKGqoATus/

Rollers

Hamamat rocked many designs, most of which were orchestrated by rollers. Curly girls use rollers for the same reasons straight-haired women do, and that is for a uniform, sleek, curly style that lasts.

https://www.instagram.com/p/CGfRnoIgjZ1/

Also, women with curly hair can use them to loosen their curls, and women with looser curls and waves can use rollers to achieve tighter curls. Again giving the hair stretched out and more room to breath.

Washing Your Hair Regularly

Believe it or not, your hair is like plants. Yes, they bear nutrients from your scalp but getting it directly is a beautiful treat for your hair. Feel it with water often is essential. And this can also be seen much on Hamamats page.
https://www.instagram.com/p/CJlTnTtgJRT/

https://www.instagram.com/p/CJbO7PRgLQZ/

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And The Last Piece To Her Puzzle….

Shea Butter

Hamamat being a true northerner has been very much indulged with raw cocoa butter, so much so she built a successful business out of it called Hamamat African beauty.
https://www.instagram.com/p/CKoHG0aAQF5/

Cocoa butter is also a great attribute to hair grooming and hair growth.

https://www.instagram.com/p/CKv3muaAQWk/

In Conclusion

The mother and instagram stunner has made a smash transition, she set her goal with the wig and lived up to it.

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