I do not exercise because I do not want to sweat my hair out! My hair is easier to maintain and work when it is relaxed. I just can’t get enough of that creepy crack. These are some things African American women with relaxed hair have said at one point or another. Whether going natural or choosing to continue to use relaxers is a big decision. For those that have been relying upon relaxers for some time, going natural doesn’t have to be as scary as it seems. There are several ways to go natural and still have healthy hair, determining what your hair needs in terms of products and nutrients. Deciding to take the long road of the big chop or deciding to take the short road to transitioning where you gradually clip your ends every few months are factors that people find daunting when complex plating on an embark to a natural hair journey. Going natural or using relaxers has been a big debate in our communities over the last few years. Going natural has essential become a movement that some feel is here to stay while others feel as if it is just a phase. I can assure you that going natural is not as scary as it seem. By looking at my hair would you know that I was natural if I didn't tell you I was? Well I am and have been for two years now and I love it. I will not go back to a relaxer there is so much more for me to do with my hair now that I am natural than it would be if I had relaxed hair. If you choose to go natural you must first determine the nutrients and products your hair needs, because every person hair texture is different and what it might take for one’s head it might not take all that for the other. Discover your hair type; I have two different hair types which is 3c on top and 3b at the back. Your hair needs lots and lots of love and nutrients. Keeping your hair moisturized is the number one most important rule when going natural. According to cosmetologist and owners of Ms. Jessie’s hair care...
Please join StudyMode to read the full document