*One of the most important things to African American women is their hair.

Haircare in the African American community is big business and many women have a bunch of different tips on how they handle their own hair.

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We all see our women go to the hairstylist once a week to look their best not just for themselves, but for their husbands or boyfriend and families as well.

One of our partner sites, Black Voices at Huffington Post, decided to create a list of 10 commandments for black women and their hair.

Check out one of them below and click for the rest.

1. Hair

Hair should be washed once a week or every other week to avoid build-up of hair care products, which can be drying to hair.

Wash braids or dreadlocks every two weeks.

Read/learn more at Black Voices.