Thursday, April 26, 2012

Hair Lovin' Wednesday




This week's pick is from Going Napptural. Her hair is so freakin' awesome!

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Hair Lovin' Wednesday

President Obama and First Lady Michelle



I am constantly web surfing and seeing so many images of natural beauty, so I figured why not share it? What better way to start?

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Be A Featured Natural Diva

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Want to show off your kinks, curls, or locs? Are you currently transitioning and want to share your journey? Do you have a question or a story to tell? Have you done the BIG CHOP and want to flaunt your new look? We are now looking for the following:


Guest Bloggers


Natural Diva Spotlight


I Transitioned


My Big Chop


Love My Locs


If you are interested, please submit photos, questions, or stories to mssassy@sassynaturals.com or you can send a message to Twitter or Facebook

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Tip of the Day: Transitioning

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More and more women are deciding to let go of their chemical relaxers. I get a lot of women that approach me and have questions about the process because they are interested. The number one question I get is "How did you do it?" So, here are a few tips:

1. Patience this is not a quick and easy process for most. If you are not comfortable yet with the BIG CHOP please DON'T! Keep your long hair as long as you can tolerate

2. Be Gentle the line between your new growth and your relaxed hair is very fragile. Detangle with ease when washing and keep your hair conditioned.

3. Trim keep your ends trimmed to diminish split ends (plus it speeds up your transitioning process to cut little by little).

4. Mask at some point in time it will become noticeable that you have two different textures in your hair and wearing it straight may no longer be an option. Try different curly styles to mask that line such as rods, bantu knots, Curlformers, flexirods, etc. I do not usually recommend extensions because they cause stress on your hair if done tightly.

5. DO THINGS YOUR WAY it's all about trial and error. There are plenty of YouTube videos, blogs, and websites to help you along your journey. Find what works well with your hair and good luck!

For more transitioning tips click here.

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