Short 4c hair does not get enough love and it is not highlighted as much as it should be. Most of the time when 4c hair is flaunted it tends to be photos of women with super long natural hair. Which of course is beautiful, but there are plenty of women with shorter length 4c hair that are equally as beautiful. 4c hair doesn’t have
Short Natural Hairstyles
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Back in 2008 when I decided to transition from relaxing my hair, I had been married to my husband for 8 years. Though I had made up my mind, I wondering how I would explain my decision to my husband. Would he even understand what ‘transitioning’ was? Would he not find me attractive anymore? I know a lot of women who ask themselves the same
There are many naturals out there who find that they need to have second time around with what is called the “big chop”. Here are signs that’s time to take a leap and start anew: #1 Your hair has become impossible to manage and style The strategies that once effectively moisturized your hair no longer seem to work, frizz is out of control and styling techniques
Whether its the result of big chopping to start your natural hair journey, for the convenience of care-free hair styling, or simply a part of your signature look, short hair has always been on trend for women. Personally, I’m fan of big, long hair on myself, but a huge fan of short hair on other ladies. While many ladies are concerned about losing their femininity
When I first went natural, I thought my TWA was the worst thing in the world. I only rocked protective hairstyles in hopes of growing out my hair. Instead, using protective hair styles turned out to be the easiest way to neglect my hair. After realizing the damage, I finally gained some courage to rock my TWA. See also: Protective Styling Crutch Own your teenie