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4 Tips for Transitioning to Natural Hair

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by Michelle Thames of HappilyEverNatural I transitioned from 2009-2011. I can say that transitioning was very hard for me. At the time, I had no idea how to do my hair at all. The two textures were like night and day, and I was frustrated with my tresses. While transitioning, I chose to visit my hair stylist every two weeks…

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Transitioning to Natural Hair

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IG @slaymskaye  by Mary Wolff When it comes to natural hair, it can be a journey of beautiful discovery. Making the jump can be scary. When transitioning to natural hair, there are a few things you want to remember. If you are transitioning to natural hair, here are some of my favorite tips to make the journey a breeze. Continue!>>> Avoid…

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3 Tips to Easily Transition from Weaves to Natural Hair

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IG @innamodjaofficiel  by Marissa Robinson of TexturedTalk.com To the ladies with natural hair who proudly wear hair extensions and aren’t conditioned to wearing their own hair…this post is for you! Undercover naturals is what I like to call them. It is very common to be accustomed to wearing a weave due to the convenience, consistency, and conditioning. I can’t deny…

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14 Reasons to Go Natural, Today!

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 by Christina via GlobalCoutureblog.net Every decision has its reasons…what would be the reason to go natural? For me personally, going to the salon got way too expensive– I wanted to learn my own hair, and I absolutely loved the versatility of natural hair. If you make the decision to go natural, make sure that it is your own decision and…

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Transitioning Hairstyles For Black Women

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originally posted on Treasured Locks Transitioning from permed or relaxed hair to natural hair should be an exciting time for you. It should not be a time of intimidation or of a feeling of loss. Many women face objections from boyfriends, husbands, family and even in the workplace. While we can’t help you with those social and political pressures, we…

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