Embracing your natural hair should be an easy thing to do but for many it’s very challenging.
When I went natural about 15 years ago, there was no guide to help me transiton to my natural hair. I had been getting my hair relaxed since I was about 7 years old.
It was like getting dressed each day. Relaxing my hair became necessary.
At least that’s what I thought.
As I got older and starting reading books like “Thinning Edges” by Cathy Howse, I began to fear that as I aged I may not have much hair left if I kept relaxing it with chemicals.
So, I stopped.
But then I had no idea what to do with my hair. The flat iron became my best friend. Until I discovered the crown section of my hair had broken off to the root.
Maybe your story isn’t like mine but if you are seeking to transition to natural hair and landed on this page, you definitely have a story.
Now there’s many more resources available for those seeking to transition to natural hair than there was when I did it. Yet, I still feel like what you read and see is all over the place. That’s why I decided to put together a guide called: Newbie Natural Hair Guide: Complete Action Plan for Transitioners
This natural hair guide encompasses everything I’ve learned over the years and have been helpful to me in caring for my natural hair (which happens to be very delicate due to it’s fineness – as in not sexy but thin). This guides addresses things like:
– Dealing with Your Mindset (with regard to embracing your natural hair)
– Potential natural hair problems and how to overcome them
– A step by step action plan to transition to natural hair
– Essential hair tools and accessories
– Other recommended resources
In no time you’ll be a pro at transitioning and caring for your full head of natural hair!
So, in case you missed it earlier, here’s a link:
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