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afroniqueyou 01-13-2013 11:34 AM

trimming transitioning hair
 
does any one here trim their hair if so how? and why?

itstor247 01-13-2013 12:03 PM

I've been transitioning for a year now and I've never had a relaxer. However my ends and very heat damaged): a lot of times I just cut the heat damaged ends as I see new growth coming in because the ends ruin the look of my curl pattern. I choose not to hot towers the bottom too much unless they look really bad. Using this method I am slowly transitioning into becoming fully natural while retaining length and cutting my hair into gradual natural layers. All I do it take a pair of hair scissors and lightly trim my ends I never cut more than 2 inches at a time though. Hope this helped!

By the way I have 3c hair

itstor247 01-13-2013 12:03 PM

*cut towards

afroniqueyou 01-14-2013 07:52 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by itstor247 (Post 2101021)
I've been transitioning for a year now and I've never had a relaxer. However my ends and very heat damaged): a lot of times I just cut the heat damaged ends as I see new growth coming in because the ends ruin the look of my curl pattern. I choose not to hot towers the bottom too much unless they look really bad. Using this method I am slowly transitioning into becoming fully natural while retaining length and cutting my hair into gradual natural layers. All I do it take a pair of hair scissors and lightly trim my ends I never cut more than 2 inches at a time though. Hope this helped!

By the way I have 3c hair

o, thank you i will try to trim my ends after taking out my winter protective style; my hair is in the 4a-b range not sure yet


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