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  1. I have been natural for a year now and I love my hair and the choice I made. My hair is great but I have a problrm with the hair in the back, I dont wanna do a chop because its just a small patch in the back and everything else looks great, so I guess what im saying is how can I repair what small portion is damaged without having to cut off what is perfectly fine?

    • What is the problem with the back area?

    • Items needed:
      Fortifying shampoo
      moisture shampoo
      conditioner for damaged hair
      hooded dryer or hair steamer
      Your 4 week plan: (shampoo weekly for the next 4 weeks)
      Week 1
      Shampoo with fortifying shampoo for the first, for the second shampoo use the moisture shampoo. apply protein conditioner to hair concentrating on the damaged area. Place a plastic cap onto hair and sit under a hooded dryer for 30 minutes or a hair steamer for 20 minutes. Rinse well, spray with leave in conditioner and gently detangle your strands. Trim your ends before styling.
      week 2
      Shampoo with moisture shampoo and use moisturizing conditioner. Place a plastic cap onto hair and sit under a hooded dryer for 30 minutes or a hair steamer for 20 minutes.
      Rinse well, spray with leave in conditioner and gently detangle your strands.
      Week 3
      Shampoo with moisture shampoo and use moisturizing conditioner. Place a plastic cap onto hair and sit under a hooded dryer for 30 minutes or a hair steamer for 20 minutes.
      Rinse well, spray with leave in conditioner and gently detangle your strands.
      Week 4
      week 4 you should notice a difference. Your hair should be softer, moisturized and easy to comb thru.

  2. Ok thanks sooooo much..I will be sure 2 update you on my results!

  3. hey am rosette i have a question, av watched yo videos and am inpressed because anm transtioning, i last relaxed in november but now there is a problem my sister is getting married in april next month and every one is telling me to relax ma growth and i think i shud that but i dont want, well it will be had to style my hair because we are going to do ponytails with buns because am a maid is there a way that i can keep ma transitioning hair and yet not be seen that i have growth. i kone ironing can do but i dont want to use heart ma growth is too short think it will be damaged. thank u

    • I would need to see pictures of your hair to better assist you. Email your photos to naturalhairrock@yahoo.com

    • When I got married I was transitioning. I think I had been transitioning for about 6 months and I had the same battle of whether to perm or not. I ended up not perming my hair so my stylist straightened my hair then styled it. I had the hump in front and bun in the back. I must say that it was not the style I wanted but it worked for my hair at the time.

  4. Hi,
    I’m a college student and am looking to transition. I’ve gone natural before big chop and all but had no idea what I was doing so I returned to relaxers. While natural I noticed my hair did grow faster and stronger though. I have what has been labeled as a “stress spot” but really I think it’s damage from relaxers. I’m not sure where to begin my journey but really want and need professional assistance. I want to schedule an appointment but don’t know what to schedule the appointment for. Help!

  5. Linda Jones says:

    Hi,I want to try the silk press on my 11yr old, do we need a consultation first before I schedule an appointment.

    • Natural hair 007 says:

      Hello and thanks for visiting NaturalHairRocks.com No you do not need a consult before scheduling an appointment. Thanks
      770-639-3993

  6. Anita DuBose says:

    Hello, I stopped putting a relaxer in my hair over 4 years ago. I was going to a salon and getting my hair silk pressed. I have noticed that I lost my curl pattern a few months ago. I brought this to my hair stylist attention but she claims it was due to me puting Aveda anti-humectant in my hair before she flat iron. I disgreea. I have done my research and all of my findings indicate that I have I have heat damage hair. Have you heard of anyone’s hair not reverting back to its natural state due to putting a protectant on the hair? I have not found any information like that. I have stopped straigtening my hair and now I am wearing a twist out style. I have been giving myself steam treatments and doing deep conditioners every week. I plan to make an appointment with your salon to get my hair done. Thank you for your response.

    • Natural hair 007 says:

      Anytime you or your stylist applies heat to your hair, there is a possibility that your hair will be damaged. As, a stylist there are things that we can do to decrease this chance by setting the temperature of the flat iron to the correct level according to your hair type, applying a heat protectant, using controlled heat, making sure the hair is in a healthy state and much more. Continue to do weekly steam treatments and keep your hair moisturized. Also focus on your hair being healthy and not damaged. Look in the mirror and say to yourself, “My hair is healthy, my hair is free of damage, my hair is strong and I love my hair.” You have to begin changing your thoughts about your hair. Focus on getting your hair back to its original healthy natural state. You may have to remove the damaged areas and start all over or you may want to continue to do protective hair styles. You may book appointments online or call 678-817-1300 to schedule an appointment.

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