Big chop or long transition?? PLZ HELP

So basically my issue is that I'm not sure whether to classify myself as a long transition-er or say that I've already done the big chop. I cut my hair as a style ( picture one ), not for any purpose of going natural but I've recently decided to transition to natural in support of my close friend and just for more self empowerment. Big chop or long transition?? PLZ HELP-imageuploadedbycurltalk1377807112.346755.jpg . That is a picture of the back of how low my hair is/ was, I've cut it even short before I began transitioning. I'm only six weeks post relaxer. This is a picture of the front: Big chop or long transition?? PLZ HELP-imageuploadedbycurltalk1377807175.642690.jpg . So I went from Big chop or long transition?? PLZ HELP-imageuploadedbycurltalk1377807212.176825.jpg to the length I have after the cut. I'm not sure if that's considered a big chop. I don't really want to do long transitioning which is why I'm really considered with the classification. I've cut out heat all this week and plan to keep that going, I've bought products and plan to deep condition and do my first protein treatment to restore my hair from all of the heat damage and chemical relaxation. Thank you for your help!
Excuse all of my grammatical errors and some words in there that did not make sense ( auto correct -.-) once again thank you. Big chop or long transition?? PLZ HELP-imageuploadedbycurltalk1377807467.660933.jpg
I use to go up to 10 weeks between relaxers - average time 8 weeks.

Also styles with shorter or shaved parts have been rocked for years.

So IMHO you are neither yet.

If you did cut off all your relaxed ends then you would have clearly done a big chop.
So basically I have not done a big chop but it won't really take long for me to transition ?? ^ I guess I'm just being difficult about it. *shrugs TY
Oh nevermind I think I understand. I am not yet classified as long transitioned or big chop... I'm basically a "Long" transitioner unless I was to cut all of my permed hair off which I have not. Of course lmao
You know what you have to start doing? Quit worrying and have patience.

In 6 months you will be thinking about what products work on your x length natural hair.
That's true, thank you for your help and ill gain some patience.

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