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  • Before you begin your natural hair journey, familiarize yourself with natural syles and with women who have already gone through the process. You are not alone. Your hair has to be trained.
  • Determine how you will begin the natural hair process: You can cut all of the chemical off also known as the " Big Chop" or gradually cut the ends off over time.
  • The Big Chop is a term used for individuals who want to go naptural and they simply do it. They decide to cut all of the chemical off creating a drastic change without question.
  • Co-washing is essential to healthy natural hair. Conditioner only washing. Wash hair montly using sulfate free shampoos.
  • Natural hair should be combed when wet. Detangle your hair with your fingers as you are shampooing.
  • When finished and the conditioner is in, you may then take a wide tooth comb and comb through your hair.
  • Moisture is a must for natural hair. Natural oils properly hydrate natural hair. Apply oils directly to hair paying attention to hair ends. Coconut oil, Jojoba oil, Gradeseed oil, Avocado oil, Shea Butter, Shea Butter oil, Olive oil
  • Natural hair requires moisture steam treatments that penetrate the hair shaft. Hair steam treatments are excellent for adding moisture to the hair. It quenches your hair's thirst.
  • Wet or dry, your hair is very delicate. Please be careful and do not be alarmed from the amount of hair coming out.
  • Visit your hair stylist every 10 to 12 weeks for a trim. Stay loyal to your stylist. Keep hair hydrated with a weekly mask.
  • Eat nutrients that nourish your hair. Use natural hair care products.
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Natural Hair, Fade  
  • Determine how you will begin the natural hair process: You can cut all of the chemical off also known as the " Big Chop" or gradually cut the ends off over time.
the fade  
  • The Fade hair cut is a modern type of hair cut that originated in the military. The Fade is a convenient and low maintenance type of hair cut. When performing a fade haircut the most important thing are the tools the barber uses and the consultation process to determine the kind of fade the customer wants. There are many kinds of Fade haircuts some of them are high fades, taper fades, low fades, and mid fades.
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The Myth of Protective Hairstyles for Natural Hair Growth  
There has been a long standing myth among the natural hair community that the only way to grow long healthy hair is to use protective hairstyles. For those new to the natural hair community, protective styling involves putting your hair into a style that involves tucking your ends away from the atmosphere to protect them from damage whilst your hair grows. The premise is that if the ends of your hair don’t break and your hair continues to grow, then you will achieve longer hair.  
This myth is so deeply entrenched in the natural hair community that women will often do back to back protective style for upwards of a year to reach their hair goals. Now don’t get me wrong, there are plenty of women who have achieved amazing lengths from protective styling, but there are a few women who never yield results from all their efforts.  
Problems Caused by Too Much Protective Styling:   
from hair being untouched for long periods of time. This especially occurs in styles that take so long to put in that the mere thought of taking them down after only a few days seems like a waste. Thus, those women decide to leave in those styles for weeks.  
from hair that is left untouched and uncared for for too long  
from over manipulating the hair to create elaborate hairstyles  
So How Do I Make My Hair Grow, Then?  
Contrary to popular belief, protective styling is not necessary for speedy hair growth. Instead low manipulation styles are key.  
Low manipulation styles, unlike protective hairstyles, do not require that your hair and ends be tucked away for protection. Instead it works on the premise that if you do simple styles and manipulate your hair as little as possible, then you will not do unnecessary damage to your hair and will retain length.  
Read more at: The Myth of Protective Hairstyles for Natural Hair Growth  
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