is my hair too "nappy" to go natural?
nappy hair going natural
Well going natural is about stopping the use of chemicals and relaxers. It is the commitment of wearing, styling and caring for the way your hair grows without the help of chemicals. Its not about the texture of your hair.
Many woman have been surprised to find that once they stopped using chemical relaxers on their hair that the way their own hair was naturally was easier to manage and take care of.
Sometimes the use of chemicals and relaxers can make your hair seem unruly, dry, brittle and unmanageable but once you start using moisturizing conditioners your hair will be soft and easy to style.
there are all sorts of hair products out there so you may be able to do this just experment with what you have and make it work good luck
by Teshaun Jenea7 years ago
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by Nekea5 years ago
Does your natural hair grow as fast as your relaxed hair?
by Cheeky Chick8 years ago
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by InformationGuide7 years ago
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