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Great Protective Hairstyles For Transitioning To Natural Hair

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Great Protective Hairstyles For Transitioning To Natural Hair

Great Protective Hairstyles For Transitioning To Natural Hair Do you want to transition to natural hair from having a perm, but you are unsure if you want to do a big chop and cut all the perm ends off? When considering keeping the permed ends are you anxious about breakage during the transition period? Rest assured it is extremely possible to go through the transition process without experiencing lots of breakage and damage.  First, you must plan to go natural and make sure it is best decision for you. Natural is not easy. It is going to take a lot of...

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How To Properly Washing & Conditioner Your Natural Hair At Home

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How To Properly Washing & Conditioner Your Natural Hair At Home

  Maintaining Your Natural Hair Using Effective Conditioners  First, a deep conditioner will hydrate dry hair by penetrating the hair shaft to restore moisture and to stop breakage. Second, it can help to alleviate the daily wear and tear we inflict on our hair with the use of excessive chemical treatments and heat. How often should I deep condition my hair? Choices vary on how often you should deep condition your hair. A best rule of thumb to user is to decide how often you use heat, what elements your hair is exposed to on a daily basis, hair type and...

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The Difference between the 4b and 4c Hair texture

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The Difference between the 4b and 4c Hair texture

4c hair  The 4c curl pattern is the tightest curl pattern. It has tiny ringlets that can be as small as 1mm in diameter. Some may even describe 4c hair with having a “z” form pattern but this is inaccurate. There is a curl it is just hard to see. 4c hair has a fluffy cotton look when in its natural state due the the hair coiling up on itself. Due to the curves and bends in the hair strands it is highly susceptible to breakage and dryness. Natural hair sebum (oils have a hard time making their way from the root of...

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