Dec 27, 2012
i want to go natural soooo bad the last time i had a perm was two months ago i want to wear my hair curly my hair type is 3c its a wavy curl and my hair is really thick any tips on becoming natural because i support women with natural hair and i want to be like you all ;)
Either you can go under a big chop Brie N. or just allow the perm to grow it. Either way u go its gonna require a whole lot of TLC, education,trial and error and a bucket full of patience. But the end result is so beautiful.
i know i see so many women rocking their own natural hair and its beautiful i cant see myself with short hair ill just let it grow out and cut bit by bit
Went natural about 4 years ago. I have naturally black hair that doesn't style or take dye easily, so i gave in finally. I love my hair now (irritating quirks and all!)
I'm currently growing mine out now and I already notice a difference. It's much more manageable. If I do color again it will only be highlights occasionally. But I started coloring mine because I liked to play around and because I didn't like my natural color. It's just a dark, indescribable color and its always been "blah" to me. Now I'm at the point where I don't care what my hair does as long as its healthy.
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