Sunday, July 25, 2010

Back to our roots...






A few pictures...



Tamra's flexi rod transition style




two-strand twist

If you have any suggestions please leave a comment below.
Share your hair chronicles with us! Good luck!

7 comments:

M.Z. said...

I'm going natural myself. So glad to know I'm not alone. I quit the Relaxer June 5!

Kortney said...

Nairobi products are great for natural hair.

Robbie said...

I have been natural for almost a year now. It is a journey that I embraced with open arms. No more relaxers for me.

Lagenious aka LaBrooklyn said...

Way to go ladies-you both look gorgeous. Give me a call if you ever need advice or just to complain!

Lagina

Rosalynn said...

During the summer I love to go natural. It's the easiest thing to do with it being so hot.

Greens said...

I love this blog: http://www.agrlcanmac.com/

My hair has it's own frustrating challenges, so my advice may not be too helpful, but I love redken products. I tried a relaxer in high school and it made my hair fall out, so now my goal is to get off the flat iron crack. I found that when I wash my hair (every other day) I leave a little bit of conditioner in it and I form large curls (about 5 around my head) with my finger. When they air dry I gently part them. My hair is shinier and healther when I do this!

Cijji said...

I, too, started the natural process. I have been natural for 4 months now, and it is a "trying", yet wonderful process. My saving grace has been sew-in's! They are wonderful if you do not want to put tons of heat on your hair, or manipulate it a lot. When I started my natural journey, my hair fell just above my shoulders. Now, after wearing sew-in's, my hair is almost to the middle of my back. I think the length is coming from a mixture of keeping it braided and leaving the relaxer alone.

But I wish you both the best of luck in your natural hair journey!

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