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Best Hairstyles For The Awkward Stage

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by Mary Wolff Going natural is a big step. If you big chopped to start your transition, there is certainly an adjustment period. Part of this period is dealing with that awkward stage of hair length where it feels impossible to find styles you like that can make you feel good about your hair. Here are some of the best…

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How Often Should I Cut My Coily Hair?

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Photo Source: YouTube by Mary Wolff Taking care of your curls is important. When your hair is given proper attention, it will be healthier and more beautiful from root to end. One of the most important areas of curly hair care is the matter of haircuts. If you have coily hair, you may have questions like, how often should I…

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Why You Should Big Chop Again This Summer!

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IG @shadesofkinky  by Sabrina Perkins of SeriouslyNatural.org The term big chop has been coined by the natural hair community as the triumphant return to your ‘natural’ self after cutting off all traces of chemically-treated hair. Emotions run high as you say goodbye to everything you once knew, and embrace this new lifestyle as what you’ve always wanted to be. Confident….

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I Got A Pixie Cut. Now What?

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IG @connecwithlisa by Tiffani Greenaway of MyMommyVents.com Short and sassy, funky and fun, pixie cuts are definitely a hot style for the summer. Whether relaxed or natural, the pixie cut is a cute way to set your hair free. Made popular by women like Halle Berry, Toni Braxton, Malinda Williams, and Rihanna, it’s a look is for women who exude…

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Can I Reduce Breakage Without Getting a Trim?

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source by Amanda Q: How do you reduce breakage/shedding other than trimming? A: Let’s start by discussing the difference between shedding and breakage. What is hair loss? “When your hair naturally falls from the root, you are experiencing hair loss. Some amount of hair loss normal and to be expected. In fact, while you may not be aware of it, you’re likely…

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