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Tanisha M says
August 13, 2014 at 10:34 am
I just decided to embrace my natural hair. I transitioned by braiding my hair for a year. It was already short on the edges and back but the front was realxed. Now that it has grown i love it but i still have a small section in the front where the ends are still relaxed, What tips can you give me to maintain my natural hair and remove the relaxed ends? Thank You
Veronica A-R says
March 20, 2014 at 3:04 pm
My hair is very thick, and heavy. It is shoulder length, after 18 months of going natural. I do twist outs, braid outs but my hair is still wet after an overnight of drying, for which causes my hair to become frizzy. I tried on dry hair with moisturizing products & my hair especially the ends are still wet. My hair need CPR as I would like to put the wigs down & wear my natural hair.
Thank you all for the information made available to help me on my natural journey.
March 20, 2014 at 3:11 pm
Its my pleasure. I enjoy sharing what I’ve learned along the way. I have the same issue so I sit under a hooded dryer for 30-60 mins. It helps my hair set. You don’t have to be worried about heat damage with a hooded dryer, either. Here’s the one I have: Conair Pro Style 1875 Watt Hair Dryer
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