The complete guide to going from relaxed to natural hair
Let's be honest, transitioning can be a frustrating process. If you're interested in going natural, your damaged hair will have to recover, and this book will help guide you through the process.
Many women are deciding to embrace their natural hair because they're tired of the damage, costs, and upkeep that it takes to have relaxed and straight hair.
I'm glad that you decided to go on this natural hair journey, but it will be a journey for sure. You have to learn to be patient and work with your hair. The process will go much smoother if you know what to expect and how to treat your hair correctly.
I started my journey about three years ago, and when I decided to go natural, I had to go through the transition phase. It was a struggle, but it was well worth it because I didn't want to do the big chop.
Now my hair is mainly one texture, and I'm full-blown natural and loving it! Believe me, the big chop is not necessary. There's a lot to learn.
Here's a preview of what you'll learn:
How long your transition will take
What to expect while transitioning
How to blend two textures
Appropriate hairstyles for transitioning
How to treat your hair
Natural hair care tips
Dealing with emotions
What to do next
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