Do You Still Have A Relaxed Girls Mindset – 5 Big Changes To Consider Once You Are Natural

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Are you trying to navigate through your natural hair journey but your mind is still stuck in relaxed hair mode? Is your natural hair not performing at its highest potential and you just can't put your finger as to why? Don't fret as a lot of the time it's a simple solution to our concerns and issues that we highly overlook sometimes.

I am always learning every day when it comes to my natural hair and some days I have come to the conclusion that I am making my hair issues way more complicated than they actually are.

I will highlight a few questionable habits that many naturals make while holding onto a relaxed girls mindset that will ultimately stunt your natural hair journey! As always I am not a licensed hair professional and these are my thoughts based upon experiences that I have encountered while on my own natural hair journey.


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About Ashley Adams


My name is Ashley Adams and I am 32 years young born and raised from Houston, Texas and I am a stay at home wife who was blessed to marry my best friend last year! I am a newbie blogger and was inspired to mix my love for creative writing and natural hair by blogging my natural hair journey, experiences, challenges, and just my personal thoughts about the unfamiliar natural hair world that I found myself in. This journey has not only opened my eyes to so many new things but has made me tackle head on many of my fears and wonders concerning natural hair in general. My goal is to empower, educate and allow my creative juices to spill over onto my blank pages and help as many naturals as possible reach their highest potential. Thank you so very much for allowing me to share my natural hair journey and take you along with me!

About Ashley Adams


My name is Ashley Adams and I am 32 years young born and raised from Houston, Texas and I am a stay at home wife who was blessed to marry my best friend last year! I am a newbie blogger and was inspired to mix my love for creative writing and natural hair by blogging my natural hair journey, experiences, challenges, and just my personal thoughts about the unfamiliar natural hair world that I found myself in. This journey has not only opened my eyes to so many new things but has made me tackle head on many of my fears and wonders concerning natural hair in general. My goal is to empower, educate and allow my creative juices to spill over onto my blank pages and help as many naturals as possible reach their highest potential. Thank you so very much for allowing me to share my natural hair journey and take you along with me!

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Calandrial A. Afriyie

I love that purple lippie

LaMesha

I think the hardest part for me is dealing with shrinkage. I know my hair is long-ish and for some reason I always need to see length and get so frustrated after my hair is washed. I used to blow dry my natural hair like crazy and that was probably the unhealthiest thing I could do to it. Great article and great reminders/tips.

Shana Chambers

What difference does it make?? Really. Tired of hearing it black folks.

sweettea
sweettea

There’s a big difference. Stop reading about black hair if it’s making you sick

Cosita
Cosita

I was never the very uptight OMG it’s sprinkling panic type when I was relaxed. Now I care even less. I don’t own a shower cap. What’s the point since I either spritz wet or wash my hair every day anyway.