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Sheila Ndinda : Growing Healthy Natural Hair

By Sheila Ndinda, Natural Hair Blogger and Influencer Hey fam! Here’s my latest healthy hair update. One year and eight months have passed since I got my tapered cut and my hair has been flourishing. Its the healthiest it has ever been and I am very excited about that – Health over length any time! Through out my journey I have come to understand my hair, what it likes and what it does not like. I have thin hair strands and I avoid putting a lot of tension on my hair. I  ...

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7 Things I Wish I’d known when I first went Natural

Makena here! A die hard natural, for the majority of my life except for a brief period in high school college that I had permed my hair. I transitioned into natural back in 2013 and I’ve never looked back. (Me as a new natural) Well, what do I wish I knew? A whole bunch of things that now extends to more than just hair. I like to think of my hair as that friend that sticks with you throughout all the different stages of life. Right now I’m on that dreadlock phase and I’ve been on it for the  ...

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Guest Post: How to Grow Healthy Natural Hair.

By Delly Bie Natural Hair Blogger, and TN Member Hello my name is Delly Bie and I have had natural hair for 2 years now. I recently started blogging about my natural hair and I have been enjoying my journey so far. Here are my tips for how I have achieved my healthy, thick, natural hair so far. 1) Keep your hair moisturized: This is the most important tip to growing long, strong and  beautiful hair. Our African hair texture is very curly, thus making it difficult for oil from the roots to  ...

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How I grew back my Edges

By Jay Cee, TN Admin (Janet Chencha) Step-by-Step Hairline Restoration The concept of edges is one I first encountered when I went natural three years ago. It is not something I paid much attention to in the past. Before I went natural I would relax my hair then after two months braid it continuously before relaxing it again and repeating the cycle. I did notice that when I removed the braids my hairline would be gone. It would grow back in the two months I would be relaxed. After braiding  ...

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Napspiration : My hair 5 years after the big chop

By Vicky Wambui, aka Napspiration: Natural Hair Blogger, Tricia’s Naturals Group Admin.   Mid- 2017 marks 5 years since my Big Chop. 5 years of learning, unlearning and re-learning my natural hair. I started this journey with pre-conceived ideas of what to expect. I quickly found out that natural hair can be as unique as fingerprints and one should never expect the same results as others. Also, as the journey progresses, your hair’s needs change. You learn to be keen to  ...

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