Hair Books by Sabrina Perkins

Natural Hair Help For Women Who Want To Go Natural

Natural Hair Help is here for every woman who wants to to natural. This site, naturalhairforbeginneres.com along with my other site, seriouslynatural.org

The decision to leave your well-known way of taking care of your hair is harder than some may actually realize.  It may be harder than anything you’ve ever done before and even quite intimidating and and for some, becomes a failed attempt.  Finding natural hair support can be daunting with all the information on blogs and vlogs so I wanted to share what I did, how I got here and how I am more than qualified to help you.

Natural Hair Tips For Black Women Going Natural. Black women are going natural in groves and many are unsure just what to do.

When I went natural over 8 years ago it wasn’t a sound decision.  I just ‘did it’. I didn’t do any research or go to a salon for advice. I just wore braids, wigs and weaves while using relaxed hair products on my hair.  For three years it never dawned on me I may be using improper products as well as improper methods on taking care of my tresses.

My hair was damaged and without any knowledge I was actually doing a BC, I clipped the remaining relaxed ends as well as a TON of damaged hair.  I grabbed some hair care products off Target’s shelves that I thought would assist me (they didn’t) and began a REAL Natural hair journey.

I did so many things wrong during those first few months.

I had no one to talk to since I didn’t know anybody going Natural.  After I soon realized many products at an arm’s grasp weren’t for me; I was on the computer searching for ANYTHING and stumbled across Miss Jessie’s products.  There my true journey began.

Go Natural With Hair Extensions is really a thing and yes you are still natural too. Black women are going natural on our own terms!

I’ve since changed gears quite often (along with products and techniques) but the point remains the same…there is support out here whether they are local or across the globe.  There is a huge Natural hair community now just ready to help others who are interested in taking the plunge.

I’m sure it’s even harder for older Naturals (such as myself) since it’s more expected to experiment with your hair and style during your college years and during your 20’s.  Coming out of your comfort zone in your late 30’s, 40’s and even 50’s can be one of the scariest things you may encounter.  Despite that fear, it can be done.

Natural Hair For Beginners Book Is For Every Woman Who Wants To Go Natural!

This post is for all the newbies or women thinking about becoming newbies. I’m here to tell you that you can do this and you can succeed. Whether you find it on blogs, vlogs, meet ups, Facebook groups or events, know the support is real and the kindness from other naturals is overwhelming amazing. Enjoy the journey and never feel you are alone.

We are here for you naturals and if you have a question leave below in comments or hit me up at naturalhairforbeginners.com,

Sabrina

 

Check out my new book Natural Hair For Beginners

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