The Beginner's Guide to Going Natural

in , by FroBunni, Thursday, December 03, 2015
FroBunni | The beginner's guide to going natural

You may just be starting out, but with patience, persistence, and good hair care, your hair can be healthy!

I get a lot of questions from women who want to go natural or are just starting out, and there are a few resources throughout my blog that I am always referring them to. Unfortunately, they're all over the place, so I decided to make a post solely featuring those natural hair 101 posts. So if you're a beginner and you want to go natural (or are having a lot of difficulty with your natural hair), these posts are a great place to start.

Creating a Natural Hair Regimen
Creating a Regimen: The regimen says it all. A good regimen is the difference between healthy hair, and damaged hair. While there will always be similarities in everyone's regimen, you have to personalize it so that it works best for you. If you aren't sure what a regimen consists of, start with this post.

FroBunni | Essential Products and Tools
Essential Products and Tools: There are some things you will need to go natural: a cleansing agent, conditioner, hair ties, bobby pins. This list isn't that long, but it's a good start for someone just starting out.

FroBunni | Keeping Hair Moisturized
Keeping Hair Moisturized: Keeping natural hair from getting dry and staying moisturized is one of the most common problems I see. It can take awhile to figure exactly what you can do to keep your hair moisturized, but start with the tips in this post.

How to Properly Detangle: If you're hair is short, this post won't be beneficial for you til later, but if you're detangling and getting a lot of breakage, this post will help.

FroBunni | Long Natural Hair
Tips for Growing Long Hair: One of my more popular posts, here are 9 tips for growing long, natural hair. If you've read through all the previous posts, you will see repeat information, but that's because things like daily moisturizing and sealing have been a huge success in my regimen.

Of course, there is a lot of great information on natural hair on my blog, so peruse the site in general, but if you still have any questions, you can always email me at frobunni[at], or send me a message on one of my social networks below. Hope this helps!

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