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In need of help

Started by Judith Osammor. Last reply by Oliveskovski Oct 22, 2013. 8 Replies

Hey there. I'm Judith, from Nigeria and I went for my first hair meetup two weeks ago, it was there I was sold out on natural hair. I have full long permed hair and I want to start my transition to…Continue

Different shea butters

Started by Jessica. Last reply by AdopteUneAfroLatine Apr 23, 2013. 16 Replies

Hello sisters,I would like to talk about shea butter I just discovered: Cameroonian shea butter, this is really different that THE famous shea butter: Cameroonian shea butter called Huile de palme…Continue

Calling out to sistas in Lagos, Nigeria

Started by Nimi. Last reply by LizzieLizzie Dec 28, 2012. 13 Replies

Hi ladies, my hair absolutely loves Shea butter and I was wondering if you guys any idea where I can get some Shea butter in Lagos? I’ll be in Lagos over the Christmas period and I’m hoping to get my…Continue

NATURAL LIBERIAN

Started by makizzy cooper Jul 31, 2012. 0 Replies

Hey everyone i am new to this site joined about a month ago and have not been keeping in touch, my name is Grace Makizzy and i'm from Liberia, i have been natural for most part of my life i have…Continue

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Comment by Naana on November 20, 2012 at 3:30pm
A little about myself. I have been natural for almost 2 years now and I wouldn't trade it for anything. I manufacture skin care and hair care products which are all 100% natural and vegan, about to be launched soon.
Comment by Naana on November 20, 2012 at 3:27pm
Hello ladies, MJ Labonte I agree with you. Most hairdressers in Ghana only dress hair. They can't even tell healthy hair from damaged hair.
Comment by Naana on November 20, 2012 at 3:15pm
Hello Ladies,
I am Naana from Ghana but based in the UK. Just joined this blog, hope to meet African Naturals.
Follow me on my blog: www.beautywithjocel.com
Comment by Mayah on November 20, 2012 at 2:35pm

Hi gurlz,

I'm Mayah, my parents are beninese and I'm living in France. I am natural for 2 years and I love this website. I hope I will find some informations which help me to have beautiful and healthy hair (sorry for my english, but I'm french :)

xoxo

Follow me on my blog : http://lescrepagesetdecrepages.blogspot.fr/

Comment by Nonhlanhla on September 14, 2012 at 12:18pm

Hi Everyone

I just joined the group. I'm Nonhlanhla from South Africa Johannesburg:)

Comment by jesca donald on August 29, 2012 at 4:30am

hi there! i am glad to be in this site.i am Tanzanian girl my long hair is natural but it is very hard,am getting trouble to comb them so if there is any one who could help me please email me jescadonald@yahoo.com.thank you...

Comment by Charity Mkhwanazi on August 16, 2012 at 11:52am

OMG I'm new here and I'm already inlove with this site. I'm a proudly South African sister currently transitioning from relaxed to natural hair. I'm only 2months in but because of the thickness of my hair it kinda looks like i havent relaxed it in months which is awesome coz it looks natural lol. I kinda havent established a daily regimen thou, any tips and suggestions on that would be awesome..

xx

Comment by No2Perm on July 25, 2012 at 10:37am

Hello Yall so happy to be apart of this community. Would love for yall to check out my channel on YT an share your thoughts. I'm still learing and growing in Natural Hair Science www.youtube.com/olub20

Comment by ina thiam on July 3, 2012 at 12:13pm

Hey, i'm a snegalese and i'm in senegal(South Africa) right now. So if anyone comes here just tell me. Happy to meet you all!!!

Comment by Nyneju Nmah on June 30, 2012 at 10:19am
Hey uzoma! I was having edge issues a few years back as well so I can tell you what worked for me! For one, I stopped doing styles that pulled on my edges too much or I adjusted them. For example, I loved doing puffs, bit sometimes they would pull.my edges too much. So I started taking a bit of hair off the front edge, twist or braid it like a headband, and the rest of.my hair went in.a puff. That helped me still do puffs without pulling my edges.

Second, I rubbed castor oil on.my edges consistently and massaged it in. That definitely helped my edges fill in you should try it! Lastly, I have been taking biotin for awhile now and honestly I have seen new hair growing in on my edges and on the crown part of my hair that wasn't there before! Those are my three pieces of advice. Hope they help!
 

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