Want To Go Natural? Here Are Some Things You Need To Consider

Many ladies love the natural hair trend, but not many know that starting the natural hair journey isn’t a very easy thing to do as there are a lot of things to put into consideration.

You have to find out a lot about going natural with your hair and all it entails before you embark on that journey.

Here are 5 things you must know before you decide to go natural.

1. Big Chop Or Transition

Every lady must know what method will work best for her. It either the transition from relaxed to natural or totally cutting the relaxed hair off and starting afresh. This is something you really need to give some thought to.

2. Products

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Before deciding to go natural, you have to learn about which hair product will work for your hair and which won’t. This part is usually trial and error stage. When you take the time to learn about your hair type and texture, finding the right products for your hair won’t be so difficult.When you find something that works, stick to it.

3. Time

Natural hair requires a lot of time. You must be ready to dedicate time to your hair. You will be eager to try out new styles with your hair and this might be time-consuming, so get ready to spend some minutes in front of your mirror styling and restyling your hair.

4. Haircare Regimen



Haircare regimens are the steps and treatments you take for the growth of your hair. From pre-poo to detangling, washing, moisturizing, scalp massages, etc… and the number of times you complete these tasks. You should know that not every hair is the same so what works for one won’t necessarily work for the other. You must be ready to get information first to enable you to create your own haircare regimen.

5. Cost

Keeping your hair natural might cost more than the usual. Not every hair salon knows how to treat and maintain natural hairs, so be ready to visit big salons with good expertise for natural hair. Also some of the products to maintain natural hairs can be expensive, so brace up.