My Natural Hair

I have type 3b/c. In the front and left side my hair tends to be a little more wavier than the curly back and right side. What I have learn from my hair is humidity = frizz? It is delicate and doesn't require alot of moisture as long as I co-wash or use other "no-poo" methods. I don't need expensive products to make my hair look good just the right techniques and natural products.

That's just I little of what I've learned so far...

4 comments:

  1. Hey! You commented on story of transition on Curly Nikki. I just wanted to stop by thank you for your comment. It's good to know that someone relates. Also, I really enjoy your blog. Thanks for sharing what you've learned.

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  2. Hi Tamara,
    I have several young sisters who have ditched the creamy crack and their natural crowns are back. They all express the same frustration; styling. Can you recommend natural hair stylist with reasonable prices for high school students. Pricce ranges between $30 to $50 for styles that will last two weeks? Does anyone on your network offer tutorials on natural hair styling?

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  3. I researched over Internet about this shampoo and all its natural ingredients (its a 100% herbal shampoo) and then I decided to give a try. I have been using this shampoo for more than 2 months and I must tell you all that it has not only stopped hair loss but have actually stimulated very tiny hair growth at my balding forehead. I am so happy that I came across this wonderful product!

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