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  1. 10 Tips To Help Prepare Natural Hair for Protectivestyles

2. 4 Tips for Travelling with Natural Hair

3. 7 Tips To Help You Stretch Your Wash Days

4. 10 Tips Every Newly Natural Should Know

5 .25 Tips & Tricks for Growing and Maintaining Natural Hair

6. Tips on acheiving Fabulous Bantu Knots

7. Tips on Braiding with colour

8. 5 Tips to Battle Shrinkage

9. DIY Beauty Tips

10. How To Protect Natural Hair in Harmattan

11. 10 Ways To Stretch & Style Natural Hair

12. How To Care for your Natural Hair under Box Braids/Kinky Twists (Protective Styles)

13. How To Use Fresh Aloe Vera for Natural Hair

14. 4 Benefits of Protective Styling

15. Quick and Easy Gorgeous Top Bun

16. How To Avoid Becoming a Product Junkie

17. Pros and Cons of Washing Natural Hair in Twists

18. How To Maintain/Moisturise Natural Hair in a Protective Style (Video)

19. How To Maintain & Moisturize Natural Hair in a Protective Style

20. Rock Your Fringe like This

21. DIY Moisturizing Deep Conditioner

22. Big Chop Vs. Transitioning

23. I Have Decided To Return Natural- What Next?

 

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10 Comments

  1. Fragile Dogubo

    Hi, i found your blog today and I cant stop smiling. Im new to the transitioning business and honestly ive been feeling discouraged a lot due to my cluelessness. Thanks for the guide.

    Reply
    • Chinwe Juliet

      You are most welcome! Feel free to ask me questions when you need help. 🙂

      Reply
  2. Lelo

    Hello there, Im Lelo from South Africa. Thank God I found your blog very inspiring, I’m 4 months into transitioning. My daughter is 1 year 3 moths and I chopped her hair when she turned one, Now I’m very frustrated because its taking forever to grow back and her scalp looks very dry, please advice on what product I can use

    Reply
    • Chinwe Juliet

      Hi, Lelo!

      Thank God you found my blog! Yaay! You’re welcome! Do you want products you can use on your daughters hair or yours? If she’s just 1, give her some time, her hair will grow as long as you’re caring for it properly. Otherwise, when she’s 2 we can make adjustments. Also, it is not really good if your daughter is exposed to different types of products at her very young age.

      Reply
  3. Ade

    Hi Chinwe, Please whats hair mist? Thanks. Your hair is really an inspiration

    Reply
  4. Beverly Elohor

    Hello, How are you doing? I just did the big chop and i have been using African black soap and shea butter, don’t even know my hair type. Please help.

    Reply
    • Chinwe Juliet

      Hi Beverly!

      You need to have a full regimen and knowing your hair type is not difficult although it involves trial and error and depending on how ‘long’ your hair is, you can be able to tell by how it curls. Have a look at mine to have an idea of what your regimen should consist of. http://igbocurls.com/about/my-regimen/

      Reply
  5. Rabia

    Hi,so glad I found a Nigerian,is it advisable I wash and deep condition my hair in braid(how Nigerians do it) and also apart from classic Nigerian braids do I need to switch up protective hairstyles?please help

    Reply
    • Chinwe Juliet

      Yes it’s okay to shampoo and deep condition in braids. Just make sure to make your braids loose so the conditioner or shampoo can penetrate and can easily be rinsed out.

      Also, you can switch up protective styles. The whole point is to make sure they are not too tight and you can easily moisturize your hair underneath with them.

      Reply

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