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Many women first discover NaturallyCurly.com when they embark on their journey to transition from chemicals to natural hair. We decided to harness our community with the Miss Jessie's Grow-Out Challenge to help other women out there who have wanted to grow out their hair.

We invite you all to come along on this exciting six-month adventure of natural hair. Share your ups and downs as you transition from relaxed to natural with scores of other NaturallyCurly members. We’ll laugh and cry as we discover, bit by bit, the joy of embracing our natural textures. The journey can be daunting, but with the love and support of your curly sisters, it will be exhilarating and liberating.

Whatever stage you're in in your transition — thinking about it, just beginning, well into it or fully natural — we welcome you to join us. Share your wisdom with others who may be at a different phase of the grow-out process.

Each month, Titi and Miko of Miss Jessie’s will select four lucky entries to receive a Personal Hair Prescription as well as $150 worth of Miss Jessie’s product.

In March 2010, we invite you to join us for “Celebration of Natural Hair” event at the home of NaturallyCurly.com headquarters, Austin, Texas. We’ll have more details on that soon!

Get started today.

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I am a twenty-five year old college graduate, divorced single parent, and proud afro wearer. This is actually my second natural journey, the first began in August 2003, and ending in April 2004. I am on my second (and last) natural hair voyage which began on November 10, 2008-I'll never forget that day, because I finally felt free and confident in my pursuit to have natural healthy hair. The main reason I quit the first time around and succumbed to relaxing, was due to frustration with the appearance of my hair. I had no idea what to use to keep it healthy and attractive and I tired of the fro, so I went back what to I what I orginally became accustom to: relaxers, though I knew it was not the right path for my hair and I. Now I wear it short as a fro, but want to know how to evolve from a fro to gorgeous defined curls. I need help! I want to be the natural beauty I am, and the hair is one of the main components in this effort. I'm open to any and all suggestions/tips/advice on how to style short 4a/4b/4c hair. Thanks in advance :)

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