New Transitioner

NeNe123NeNe123 Registered Users Posts: 2
Hello ladies! :-) I'm new to the site and to this whole transitioning stuff. lol I'm really excited about learning to love my new hair and new styles and styling tips. My last perm was the first week of January and last touch up was 2 weeks after. So I guess you could say I'm four months in!! :-) I've been working on keeping my hair mositerized as much as possible. I've had kinky twists in for about a month as well. Any suggestions or tips are welcome

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  • sawahsawah Registered Users Posts: 26
    Congrats. Remember that even though your hair is in kinky twists, you still need to keep it moisturized. Also, when your hair is not in kinky twists, go to Youtube to look for styles to practice doing on your own. Continue keeping that hair moisturized and also make sure you read ingredients on the products... not all are good.

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  • NeNe123NeNe123 Registered Users Posts: 2
    Thanks so much!! Yes I have a spray conditioner that I use every other day or so. Its sulfate free and has avocado, shea, coconut, and jojoba oil. It wrks great so far. I plan on taking them out and deep conditioning this week. Have u ever used Arganics products?
  • sawahsawah Registered Users Posts: 26
    Do you mean Organics? If so, yes, I have used Organics Root Stimulator (ORS) products. I use the ORS Replenishing Conditioner for my deep conditioning, and the ORS for my twists.. it give it great shine even without oils.

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  • MissKrisMissKris Registered Users Posts: 288
    Congratulations on starting your transition. It takes courage. YouTube is an awesome place for tips and styling tutorials! Try to use a hot cap when conditioning. I bought a Gold'n'Hot heating cap from Sally's. Moisture is key is everyday care. Don't be surprised if the products you used on your processed hair don't work as well on the natural. Just speaking from experience. Invest in a satin pillowcase as well.

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  • sawahsawah Registered Users Posts: 26
    I did not know there was a product called Arganics.. go to Youtube and search for product review for Arganics. You will see what people say. I never buy a product without checking for product reviews... saves me a ton of money.

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