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Transitioning

Transitioning

Transitioning

Transitioning from relaxed to natural hair is a process where you grow out your processed hair in favor of your natural texture before cutting off the processed or damaged ends off (known as the big chop). Transitioning is about learning to accept (and love!) the texture you were born with. Are you transitioning from relaxed to natural hair? Find articles, tips, products, videos, salons and support here.

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