How To Transition To Natural Hair

Congratulations, you’ve decided to let your hair grow out! While you may be ready to put down the relaxer, you may not be ready for the “big chop” either. If you’re going natural but don’t know where to begin, transitioning is the way to go.

What does transitioning your hair mean?

Basically, it is the simple process of growing out your natural texture before cutting off the processed or damaged ends. If you don’t want to sacrifice your hair length and go natural all at once, transitioning is the way to go!

Personally, I believe your confidence is everything when it come to transitioning. That is what will get you through the often long process of growing out your natural hair – especially if you are used to having straight hair or wearing a weave. It’s important that before you cut off your processed ends that you are comfortable with your hair look and length. If you aren’t you, will likely end up chemically processing your hair again and reverse your progress. With transitioning, you can take your time and gradually go back to your natural hair at a rate that works best for you.

So, now that you understand what transitioning is, here is how the process actually works! Read the rest of this hair article on HSI Professional

Transition to Natural Hair

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