Usually the starting point of a natural hair journey is the “big chop”, it will certainly get you used to dealing with your natural hair in a hurry. But you may not like how you like with short hair, it’s not every woman wants to go that route. So maybe transition is a better choice for you, which is cutting off the straightened hair bit by bit while your new growth comes in.
Here are some tips for transitioning from relaxed to natural hair.
While embracing your natural hair type is a beautiful and empowering experience, it can also be a very costly and time-consuming. “Going natural” is more than just deciding to stop relaxing your hair. Managing your hair in its natural state will alter everything about your hair care routine. For many, it will be a lifestyle change as you discover the variance in time needed to care for your hair and conditions that your hair can tolerate. There may be times when it seems that your hair is simply not growing. It can be frustrating to try and deal with two different textures. So you must be patient enough. Continue reading Tips for Transitioning from Relaxed to Natural Hair→
Textured clip ins are another trend of protective styling which is even faster and simpler to achieve than your crochet braids, weaves and wigs. Difference from braids and hair weaves, clip ins can be taken out of your head easily and quickly, which make you continue to take care of your hair health and scalp care.