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hunnysweet1 asked:

13 Oct 2010

How can I transition to natural hair without doing the "big chop"?

I love seeing black women with natural hair. It's just so beautiful, thick, and healthy. I am now inspred to go natural without any perms. I am scared to death of cutting my hair though. I keep hearing I have to cut my hair, which I don't want to do. How can I transition without cutting my hair and how can I take care of my natural hair?



sena95 says:

Posted on 14 Oct 2010

You should regularly shampoo and condition your hair with moisturizing products like Nexxus Therappe and Nexxus Humectress, being especially gentle.

I am sure you have heard of the demarcation line. This is the line where your natural hair meets your relaxed hair. This is the most fragile part of your hair strand while going from relaxed hair to natural hair. You must take extra special care of this area by keeping it clean and conditioned.

Deep conditioning should be done at least every two weeks.

Moisturizing your hair should be at the top of your list. Again, the demarcation line should be paid special attention to for moisturizing. During my own transition from relaxed hair to natural hair, my favorite moisturizing products were Carol's Daughter Healthy Hair Butter and Hair Milk.


mistress1209 says:

Posted on 14 Oct 2010

you can start with a trim. you'll be surprised at how much difference chopping off a few inches can do. besides, overgrowing your hair can cause it to be unhealthy. I have curly hair and after months of not trimming it gets really gross--dry, frizzy and frayed ends. Getting it trimmed brings it back to life. My curls become softer and more defined. Choose a rich shampoo and don't skip conditioner as much as possible.


babyblue says:

Posted on 14 Oct 2010

even though my hair is naturally curly i kinda find it hard to wear it . but now i actually wear it natural curly because its who i am and when i see shows like one time i was watching the tyra show and she showed a couple of girls who were afraid of going natural with their hair but in the end they did and they inspired me. my photo doesn't show it but my hairs pretty curly since my dad has afro hair . take it slow thats what I did cuz i was afraid no one would like me hair but that was long ago im happy with my curls . EMBRACE THEM CHICA < 3

if you do go natural take good care CONDITON CONDITION is a must . buy a wide tooth comb to comb hair works better for curls. get mousse and a strong curly gel and hairspray.

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barbipixi says:

Posted on 14 Oct 2010

colored women all have different types of hair. there is no guarantee you have the same kind you've been noticing on others.

but seeing a colored salon and getting their input will help. also they can offer different products you can use to help

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