It’s Cutting Season!

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I know that most sistas are natural these days,but some still relax their hair. In order to wear some of the hottest short cuts these days,you almost HAVE to relax your hair. But get it done PROFESSIONALLY! 63853_1560461887023_3357670_n

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cb5cd76e43e5ee26ee0c348ff5c36cc11. Only relax your hair every 8-12 weeks depending on your hair texture. DO NOT relax your hair every time you see new growth.

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2. Avoid using extreme heat on your hair to style. When possible try to avoid heat all together. Use other methods of achieving curls and style settings like magnetic rollers, wet setting and curlformers. Heat should NOT be used everyday of the week. If you are going to blow dry your hair make sure it’s partially dry and turn the heat to medium. Just remember too much heat is damaging. 033622d29792dd3ca09329be4486d8f8

3. Keep up with your trims! Every three weeks to shape up, Every seven to eight weeks for a FULL CUT when you get your touch up.

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Growing Out Your Summer Cut

Are you wrestling with that (once fly) hair cut you got earlier this summer? I know its hard! I have been there and have given up many times and re-cut my hair in utter frustration! Here are some tips and pictures to help you endure the growing out phase so you won’t get trapped.

✂Keep hair healthy. Shampooing too often gets rid of natural oils that help keep your hair healthy.

Fantasia Barrino in 2006.Spikes and flips camouflage the shabby appearance of a grown out cut.

✂Conditioner is your BEST FRIEND! Let it sit in for at least 15 minutes everytime you shower, this helps keep your ends from splitting.

Nicki-Minaj at 2011 MTV Awards . Wigs are a style option for growing out a cut.

✂Eat PLENTY of good vitamin rich foods, such as, veggies.Take a daily multivitamin.

MONICA on the red carpet at the 2nd Annual BET Honors. Wear hair slicked down and straight.You will be relying heavily on styling products during the growing out phase.Stock on gels,hair spray,etc.
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✂Be careful when getting a trim.Find a stylist who understands how to cut a style that’s growing out. They should trim as little as possible to get the length you want FASTER.The trim will keep your hair shaped up (neat looking) and also eliminate split ends.

Raven Symone. Get you a clip in ponytail.Ponytails and updo’s also help you to stay away from the scissors.
Kim Kardashian. Pompaudour updo.This look can be acheived with a clip in ponytail or half a wig.

GOOD LUCK AND STAY AWAY FROM THE SCISSORS !!!!