So You Want to Go Natural?

I remember when I decided to go back to my “roots” and ditch the relaxed hair styles that I had become accustomed to. It was a freeing experience. I didn’t have to worry about dragging myself to the salon to get that “touch up”. I could just wash and go.  The natural curl of my short hair was enhanced with a little shea butter and tea tree oil.  As my hair began to grown, I tired of that style, and wanted more styling options.

As many who know me, I have since changed my hair from cute natural curly cut, to weaved-in long, to cute short relaxed cut, to micro-braided, to kinky curly, to… Hey, I love being blessed with hair that I can change when I feel like it.  Don’t you? 🙂

At any rate, I am still always on the lookout for new ways to update any hairstyle. I found a number of videos showing the versatility of styling one’s natural hair. I’ve posted one below.  However, I’m in search for a local salon that can ease the relaxed-to-natural transition.  If you know one, please share. 🙂

Short Natural Hair style

How to do Kinky Twists

How to do Flexi Rod Set

4 replies
  1. thefatandskinnyonfashion
    thefatandskinnyonfashion says:

    When I went natural I went to the same lady I am with now. Kim can do relaxed and natural hair, so it helped me with my process from going from relaxed to natural and back to relaxed again.

  2. Anonymous
    Anonymous says:

    Is there a natural hair salon in Columbia SC? or are we just on our own? I need someone to teach me how to do my hair; youtube is unbelievably frustrating.

  3. Ebony Looney
    Ebony Looney says:

    It's so nice to be able to talk to a stylist who can do a variety of hair types or who is willing to learn.

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