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Nadine

This is a fabulous blog!

I LOVE your natural hair. I am a "maybe" trasitioner (haven't relaxed since early Dec)...Things are getting rough...getting very tempted to just go ahead and relax it...but, anyway back to you...I LOVE your hair and routine. I would absolutely enjoy seeing more hair posts from you.

You are so pretty too, btw

Nadine

Toya

Hi Nadine!
I'm so glad you're loving my blog and my hair. I love having natural hair and I urge you to try to stick with transitioning - it gives you enough time to get to know your hair in its natural state before you have to cut off the relaxed ends. And please e-mail me if you need any encouragement or help - I'd be happy to talk you through it. It can be rough time if you don't have another woman in your corner who's gone through the process.

I'll be doing more hair posts in the future!

Hope to talk to you soon!

gina

Hurrah! Thanks so much for posting this! Your hair looks great, and I'm always curious about how women with pretty hair get it that way -- especially when they do it themselves. I'm trapped in the stylist cycle, having never learned how to do my own (natural) hair, so it's really beneficial to see how it should be done. Thanks again for the post, and I look forward to more in the future, should you decide to do so.
p.s. you were right about the BB raspberry pot rouge -- gorgeous!

Toya

Hi Gina, great to hear from you! I'm glad that you enjoyed this post and I'll be posting more hair topics in the future. Even if you decide never to "go natural", I urge you to learn how to style your own hair. Get out of the stylist trap! Not that you shouldn't go to a stylist, but don't be beholden to one. Instead, learn at least one style that you absolutely love and can execute to great effect, even if it's a simple sleek ponytail or chignon. That way, should you ever find yourself without a stylist or if you're ever having a hair crisis and can't get to the salon, you'll know that you can look your best without any help!

p.s. Glad you like the Pot Rouge!

Li

hi, I haven't had a relaxer in 4 months. I really wan to go natural butit gets reallyrough. what products do you suggest I use for this inbetween stage. I definately dont want to cut it.

Toya

Hi Li, I'm proud of you! For this in-between stage, you should use products that are as moisturizing as possible - products designed for curly hair work really hair. Also, products that are very, very gentle - be quite gentle on your hair, as it is very fragile during this transition phase. Products I used then: Cream of Nature shampoo, Kerastase Elasta-Curl products, DevaCurl products. If you want more info, e-mail me and we'll talk!

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Great info from you. Your hair are very beautyfull. and it is your geniusness that you tell about your hair routine otherwise many girls not tell about such thing.
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A fantastic blog. I love it and love to share with my friends.
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Charbella

Your hair is very beautiful. I am ll weeks today in transition to natural hair. My hair is very dry and I'm sure most of it has to do with the relaxer. My new growth is coming in wavy and curly and some tight curls. Since my entire head is still relaxed besides the two inches of new growth, it's hard to decide if I should continue using some products to keep my relaxed hair healthy but then at the same time find products that will keep my new growth (happy). I'm still learning my hair so I guess it will take some time.

Toya

Hi Charbella! Thanks for the compliments on my hair! IMO, I think it's best to go with very moisturizing products - I love the DevaCurl line, Ouidad, WEN, Cream of Nature and even Suave. But you're right - it takes time to get to know your natural hair. Enjoy the process!

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