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Hair Care Regimen For Transitioning Hair

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    The Hair Care Regimen Manual: A Step By Step Guide For Taking Care of Relaxed, Natural, & Transitioning Hair
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Dr. Kari Williams Drops Hair Knowledge For

Dr. Kari Williams Drops Hair Knowledge For Too often, ladies who are transitioning become fully engrossed in the regimens of other naturalistas and they pursue their regimen to a tee—only to become more frustrated that their hair is not yielding the results they'd expect it to. It is never

Why I Don't Regret Cutting My Long Hair Really Short (This Time)

My hair care regimen was one that focused on maintaining flowing locks. I careful and rejoiced when I finally the "face" for short hair. Or perhaps it was because I was dealing with devastation, trying to transition and had no clue where to turn. The

Shoremen Speak: WAC Girls Going All Natural

She told me it was prevalent to sting a little, but afterwards my hair would be beautiful. A little girl I'd sit down in a hair salon direct while the hair dresser would pull my hair into tight tear evoking braids and then sew, yes sic sew, fake

Autumn Skincare Boost

Autumn Skincare Boost ways to develop an easy regimen at home that treats the body from head to toe. In Part 4 of Skincare-Rumour.com's Skincare & Beauty FAQ Handbook, learn about luxurious treatments, shit hair removal techniques, treating cellulite and caring for

Four things to remember when transitioning from relaxed to natural hair

Here are four things to remember when in the process of transitioning from relaxed to natural hair

Utilise protective styles 

Protective styles like box braids or bantu knots are great when transitioning because they keep your hair out of sight for a while so you don’t have to deal with two textures. Although protecting the hair will give you some time to breathe, remember that too much of a good thing can be bad. So give your hair a break from the manipulation it endures when you wear protective styles.

Moisture, moisture, moisture

One of the most challenging things when transitioning is not knowing how to deal with the coarse texture. AfroBotanics reports that the answer to this is moisture. Owner of Earthy haircare Mummy Mthembu-Fawkes says: “Use a water-based product to hydrate and detangle the hair, an oil to seal in the moisture, and a creme to lock the moisture in to ensure it doesn’t escape the hair shaft.”

I am an African American girl--should i get a pixie cut...w/wo perm?

I am an african american with mixed wavy/curly kinky jet black hair. My hair has been through a lot. first, i'd like to say that i got my first perm when i was about 12 or 13. It was a Just For Me perm and it worked wonders on my hair--it straightened


How about a third option. Cut the relaxed ends off and do a nice small fro. And when it gets longer it'll transform into this http://www.google.com/m/search?site=imag es&source=mog&hl=en&gl=us&am p;client=ms-android-sprint-us&q=natu ral%20black%20hair&sa=N#i=36


How about a third option. Cut the relaxed ends off and do a nice small fro. And when it gets longer it'll transform into this http://www.google.com/m/search?site=imag es&source=mog&hl=en&gl=us&am p;client=ms-android-sprint-us&q=natu ral%20black%20hair&sa=N#i=36

How to grow out my relaxer with a weave?

Hi, I am 15 years old and I want to grow out my relaxer. My hair right now is past my shoulders (relaxed hair). I tried before to grow out my relaxer and it was April to January my natural hair was really curly not nappy but curly. Sadly though i gave


It's great that you are transitioning to natural hair. Transitioning with a protective style such as a sew in is good. Stay away from glue. The braids underneath will give your hair some time to breath. Be sure to take care of your own hair underneath


It's great that you are transitioning to natural hair. Transitioning with a protective style such as a sew in is good. Stay away from glue. The braids underneath will give your hair some time to breath. Be sure to take care of your own hair underneath