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How do you transition from relaxed to natural without cutting it?
11 Top Tips For Transitioning From Relaxed To Natural Hair
- Take The Time To Learn About Your New Hair Growth.
- Give Yourself Time To Adjust.
- Remember To Trim.
- Keep It Moisturised.
- Find A Hairstyle That Works.
- Consider A Protective Hairstyle.
- Go Easy With It.
- Switch To Co-Washing.
How do I transition to natural hair without breakage?
Either way, you can successfully transition to natural hair without experiencing heavy breakage by following a few simple tips:
- Keep it stretched.
- Don’t be afraid to trim.
- Stick to one style.
- Be patient when detangling.
- Bye-bye Shampoo, Hello Conditioner.
- 3 thoughts on “How to Minimize Breakage During Your Transition”
Can you go back to virgin hair?
Once you have processed or color-treated hair, it can never go back to being virgin. That’s right, once you’ve dyed your hair, even just once, you lose your virgin strands forever. Virgin hair is a hair colorist’s dream because it’s also much easier to color hair that doesn’t already have dye on it.
How do I start going natural with my hair?
How To Transition To Natural Hair
- Be patient.
- Cut when necessary.
- Deep condition often.
- Plan out your protective styles.
- Cut back on heat styling.
- Don’t stress the shedding.
- Avoid drying ingredients.
- Focus on scalp health.
How do you transition to natural hair color?
“The best way to grow out your natural color, especially coming from a highlight or balayage look, is to have your colorist gloss down your hair back to the natural level of the roots to allow the natural root to blend as it grows,” says IGK Hair Care founder Chase Kusero.
How do you transition to natural hair?
Can you go natural without the Big Chop?
Going natural without the big chop simply means that you will have to transition to natural hair. The process of transitioning to natural hair involves several different components, but the two most important things to understand right now are the physical transition and the mental transition.
Is there a right way to go natural with your hair?
CURLYNIKKI’S RESPONSE: The process of going natural is highly personal and there is no right or wrong way to do it. While many opt to big chop, or to chop off all of their chemically treated hair at once, others, like yourself, choose to slowly grow out the relaxer, or “transition.”
What are the pros and cons of transitioning to natural hair?
The benefit of transitioning is that you get to keep your length while your natural hair grows in. Since your hair has two very different textures, breakage, shedding and styling can become a problem.