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Chime Edwards: My Natural Hair Journey

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The journey from relaxed to natural tresses can be a bit treacherous for some.  The most difficult part is finding a hairstyle that looks good with both new natural growth and relaxed hair. There are many women who cut their relaxer off very quickly; within a month or two.  They opt to rock a TWA (teeny weeny afro) or a fade. There are others who desire a little more length, like myself, who wait a year or two before they do the BC or Big Chop. The video below chronicles my two-year journey from relaxed hair to natural. I hope it provides inspiration for some of you who may be considering going natural and those who are already on their journey to hair freedom.

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Chime Edwards is a native of West Point, MS and attended Rust College in Holly Springs, MS where she majored in Mass Communications. In her spare time, Chime enjoys posting videos about natural hair care on her YouTube channel for over 26,000 subscribers.

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  1. I am a 61 year old female. I got my last perm in January 2009. In July when it was time for a perm, I did a wash and go and realized I liked it. I started with short hair. My hear is healthy and went from very short to half way down my back. I tried to convince my daughters to go natural but after two months they go right back to the perm. It takes patience and trying new hairdos. I get compliments daily. My hair was getting thinner every time I did a perm and I only did it every four or five months a year. I love wearing pony tails and different hair styles. Everyone says they did not know older women’s hair could grow so long. My daughter does my hair. I can workout and pin it up and still have curls or wear a pony tail. I love it and will never go back to a perm. My granddaughter is going natural also.

  2. Love…love…love Chime’s hair! It’s so healthy and beautiful. I too have gone natural; it’s been about 4 years. However, I’m back at the beginning stages due to me listening to a beautician telling me I was doing more damage to my hair than good by going natural. Futhermore she told me my hair was falling out massively. So I panicked and asked her what to do; of course she recommended a vigorol (UGHHHH). I did apply the vigorol and felt completely sadden after the fact. So I say to others DO NOT get discouraged; there are so many GREAT products/styles for natural hair. Talk to people that deal with natural hair for guidance. Most importantly, KEEP IT NATURAL ladies!

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