HAIR: Transitioning Journey
Many transitioners are taken aback by the difficulties of managing a head of completely natural hair. But, don't give up!
If you have alopecia and decided to bury the creamy crack, I commend you. It's not an easy decision to make for many women, even if it is detrimental to their hair and scalp's health.
For the legions of women who are considering going natural, there are a lot of questions they want answers to, and fast. How long will it take for my "curl pattern" to appear? What products should I use? Will natural hair look good on me? Here's what you don't need to know to go natural with confidence.
Detangling can be a beast for any natural lady, but it can be an extreme hassle for transitioners managing two textures of hair.
Eggs are known to strengthen our hair, but research shows that any proteins that have not been hydrolyzed are too large to penetrate into the hair shaft and bond onto the hair.