I am doing the same. I’m currently wearing a sew-in. You can also try lace front wigs. Both styles will allow for an easy transition since your hair is braided for both.posted almost 6 years ago
Hey. I have an easy tip. My hair has natural tight curls and I’ve gotten tired of going to the hairdresser. Anyway…..I wash my hair…dry it with a towel, so it’s damp, not soaking wet….put in leave-in conditioner or regular conditioner…..braid my hair in about 1/2 inch thick braids/or whatever consistency I want my hair to be……let it dry for about half hour to an hour….then take he braids out…..Sometimes I put gel or hairspray when braiding. Or… (if you havent washed it) you can dampen your hair and then follow the steps.It only takes a few minutes to do and i usually do this when my hair is dry, before I start getting ready for the day. This way, by the time i get ready to leave, my hair will be dry. You can style it which ever way from there. posted almost 6 years ago
Hi im a natural head too. I been natural for 1 year now and im so loving it. I think you ladies should check out www.longhaircareforum.com it helped on my journey to becoming natural:) It lets you know what products to use, styles to keep hair protected and more. They even have threads for big chop, transitioning, protective styles and more!!!posted almost 6 years ago
Hair mayonnaise! totally amazing!
I also use a texturizer to keep my curls from frizzing :)
im natural now. i have a sew in b/c im waiting for it to get a little bit longer
try the brand kinky-curly
just keep it moisturized and limit the heat for a while. i have this great moisturizer, but idr the name!! msg me and by then, i’ll be able to tell you the name =) good luck and dont give up!!
I’ve been natural all my life and i have to say everyone here has given some really good adviceposted about 4 years ago