Natural Hair Rules!!! Advice for Transitioners

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Tips for
Transitioning

Pictured Kendra rocking a Twist n Curl while transitioning. Read more


These tips will help in minimizing
shedding and breakage that may occur as a result of transition to
natural as well as FRUSTRATION.

  • Make-up your
    mind that this is something your want to do.
  • Research the process and products in order to develop a
    plan of action. Will you transition long term or big
    chop?
  • Don’t be afraid to experiment with
    different styles & products. But keep your scalp
    clean and moisturized in the process.
  • To
    minimize tangles wash your hair in the shower. Its easier to
    manage hair when washing in the direct that the hair grows
    naturally.
  • Increase your moisture level by
    incorporate more natural products (sulfate & alcohol free),
    deep condition weekly or bi weekly, use a great leave in
    conditioner and all natural moisturizers such as butters and sealer
    like olive & coconut oil.
  • Trim your
    hair regularly at every 3 months or more often if needed to
    get rid of any split ends.
  • Don’t compare your
    hair to others. Every ones hair is different and your hair
    regimen/routine must be personalized for your hair type and
    lifestyle.
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4 thoughts on “Natural Hair Rules!!! Advice for Transitioners

  1. Naturalistical

    I’ve transitioned twice and the first time was difficult,
    shedding and breakage was out of control. Second time my stylist
    used Diva Smooth by Janelle Beauty and no shedding or breakage. I
    recommend this product to all who are natural or who are
    transitioning. I make it my regimen and my hair is natural and more
    beautiful than ever.

    Reply
  2. Margaret

    Great Advice…it could be costly initally b/c you are not sure what will work….what works for one may not work for another. My bathroom is full of product. Be I found that simple natural butters and oils work the best for me.

    Reply

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