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Frustrated On Your Journey From Relaxed To Natural Hair? Here Are a Few Tips!

by / December 23, 2011 News 6 Comments

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The transition from relaxed to natural hair can been difficult to say the least. From the breakage to finding the proper hairstyles to wear; it can all become very overwhelming. In the following video, I compiled several tips and suggestions to make your transition to au-naturale easier. Of course, all of these tips may not be the best for you and your hair, but take the suggestions that you believe will be the most helpful to you on your journey.

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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. Thank you for posting this. I did sew-ins for about a year and a half and now have a full head of natural hair and I’m loving it. However, I am having problems finding time to maintain it and/or not applying heat because I haven’t found styles that I really like for me. I LOVE your hair in this video and it is a reflection of a future goal for how I want my hair to look. Keep posting these helpful tips and please ignore the IGNORAMUS comments. Remember . . . smile minds are easily amused.

    God bless.

    • That’s supposed to be small minds. I am a bit sleepy.

    • Sew in’s are wonderful,i’m starting mine the first of the year.I started last year but was interrupted by the dominican doobie wrap’i enjoyed it but the sew in’s grow my hair to the max 1.i love them! enjoy byour hair!

  2. cocoa buttah be good

  3. Chime,
    Thanks for the info. You should meet Rych McCain author of Black Afrikan Hair And The Insanity Of The Black Blonde Psych. He is a psychologist who has presented his “self-esteem” workshop across the US and Canada. The psychological preparation for the liberation of the hair is, of course, crucial given the vicious attacks on nappy hair.

    good luck
    kamau mposi

  4. Chime, you are truly an inspiration to us all (natural and permed black girls alike). After watching a few of your Youtube videos, I am convinced that I HAVE to go natural. My hair used to be as long as yours and was very wavy, but due to my mom not knowing how to manage it, she chopped it all off and permed it. I am 40something now and have been perming for over 30 years. Do you think my hair will go back to it’s original texture?

    Again, thank you for your willingness to share and educate the masses.

    Black girl from Canada

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