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      I’m Natural, Now What???

      by Susan Walker February 16, 2015

      So you’re natural. Or you’re thinking about becoming natural. Now what? What are your next steps?
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      Hair Typing Systems

      by Susan Walker February 12, 2015

      Okay this is the final installment of the hair typing posts. We’re finally going to take a look at the various systems and how to use them OBJECTIVELY to determine just what your hair needs.
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      Hair Texture: What's Yours?

      by Susan Walker February 12, 2015

      However an attempt has been made to develop a system that takes many aspects of hair texture and curl type into account.We love systems don’t we?
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      Hair Typing Intro: Our Hair Is Not The Same

      by Susan Walker February 11, 2015

      It seems obvious but I do have to state this. Because when it comes to hair typing some women get a little uncomfortable.
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      Tips for Type 4s

      by Susan Walker February 11, 2015

      For new and experienced curlies it can often be difficult to develop a hair care regimen that is beneficial the needs of your hair. There are so many resources available to gather information from and making sense of everything can be a huge task.
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      Curl Envy and Texture Discrimination

      by Susan Walker February 11, 2015

      So this is going to be a bit controversial. No, a lot controversial. I don’t really want to go to where I’m taking this to be honest.
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      How to Retain Length

      by Susan Walker February 10, 2015

      Protective styling and hair care is that which minimizes manipulation, tension and breakage from mechanical forces.For many naturals long hair is really important.
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      The Most Important Step in Your Hair Care Regimen

      by Susan Walker February 10, 2015

      Now this is just me; but in my opinion nothing is as important as a step in hair care regimens that many naturals rush through. No, it’s not detangling (although that is uber important) and it’s not necessarily moisturizing the hair (also important). It’s the step that makes a lot of those other aspects of your regimen a lot easier.

       

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