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Removing extensions Properly Step 4

Greetings,

I have had my hair braided for the last 3 1/2 to 4 months.

I don't really want to relax it again.

I believe that most of the perm has grown out because my hair was super short when I got it braided.

I'm so scared to start this process because I don't even know the first place to start to manage

my hair in its natural state. I have made up in my mind that I want to try.

I have seen some ladies who have the most beautiful natural hair.

I really want to let the chemicals go.

What is the first step when I take my braids down? What products or natural conditioners do you suggest?

 

Hello Medra,
Thank you for your visit and your question.

Congratulation on your decision to stay natural. Take a deep breath. You don't have to be scared. All you are about to do is discover your own hair. And I can promise you, with a little patience you will find out that you have the beautiful hair that you so admire.

To take out your braids, please check out this article: How to remove extensions properly.

Once you have removed your braids, I would recommend you do a deep detox treatment using the the Black Olive Soap and the Detox Conditioner. Your hair will fee refreshed and ready for the natural journey. For daily moisture and to nurture your strands I would recommend using the Silky Shea Hair Butter.

Good luck and please report back if you like.

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