HAIR: Transitioning Journey
So you’ve decided to transition to natural hair, but don’t have an idea where to start. First, be patient and understand that not everything you hear is true. Here are five myths naturalista’s will tell you while you’re transitioning.
When transitioning for a long period of time, it is best to snip the relaxed ends away slowly. This allows your hair to maintain a full, healthy look as you rid yourself of the chemically altered strands.
It sounds cliché, but my big chop was freeing. If you are nervous about big chopping remember your reasons for making the decision and push through negative thoughts.
You have the perfect dress, shoes and makeup for Christmas, but the only thing missing is a hit hairstyle. Try these tips for eye-catching holiday cheer.
Finding inspiration on the internet as a transitioner keep me focused on my goal of becoming au naturel.
Single strand knots, also fondly called fairy knots, are triggered by everyday maintenance, but there are ways to minimize their appearance.
For many, using heat is a quick and simple of way for a long lasting stretch, but on the other hand this choice can also be the most detrimental for our strands, especially those transitioning! Let me show you how to produce similar results, as I reveal 4 techniques on how to stretch transitioning hair without heat.