Transitioning Hair Articles

What to Say When Someone Says “I Don’t Like My Hair Type”
What to Say When Someone Says “I Don’t Like My Hair Type”
"I don't like my hair type" is not always what you think it means.
Have All the "Rules" Made Natural Hair Boring?
Have All the "Rules" Made Natural Hair Boring?
"For so long there has been a cloud of unwritten rules floating over the natural hair community that has made natural hair become boring."
Twisted Headband Updo Using Kanekalon Braiding Hair
Twisted Headband Updo Using Kanekalon Braiding Hair
All this protective style requires is some braiding hair and an imagination.
If You're Going to Straighten Your Hair, at Least Use One of These Flat Irons
If You're Going to Straighten Your Hair, at Least Use One of These Flat Irons
Worry no longer about heat damage and lasting results.
Your Hair Isn't "Heat Trained," That's Actually Heat Damage
Your Hair Isn't "Heat Trained," That's Actually Heat Damage
Do not give up hope on your hair, here's how to treat that heat damage.
The 5 Telltale Signs Of Heat Damage
The 5 Telltale Signs Of Heat Damage
Is your hair becoming difficult to style? Have you noticed flyaways or more shedding than usual?
Jheri Curl and Relaxer Pioneer, Comer Cottrell, Dies At 82
Jheri Curl and Relaxer Pioneer, Comer Cottrell, Dies At 82
Pioneer, philanthropist, and politician passes away at 82.
Finally, A Way To Straighten Your Daughter's Hair Without Damaging Her Curls...
Finally, A Way To Straighten Your Daughter's Hair Without Damaging Her Curls...
These 2 curly mommy-daughter duos straighten their hair temporarily with no fear of reverting.
What I Wished I Knew Before I Transitioned to Natural Hair
What I Wished I Knew Before I Transitioned to Natural Hair
How to long-term transition to natural hair, from someone who did it.
Does Your Wash and Go Count as a Protective Style?
Does Your Wash and Go Count as a Protective Style?
Don't hide your hair away for fall just yet.
Surviving Your Natural Hair Terrible Twos
Surviving Your Natural Hair Terrible Twos
The terrible twos are not just for toddlers.