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Seven Common Issues for All-natural Hair

For those who have chosen to embrace their natural hair texture and characteristics, the journey can be both empowering and challenging. With society's long-standing beauty standards favoring straight and sleek hair, those with all-natural hair often find themselves navigating of unique obstacles. However, this blog aims to provide guidance, support, and inspiration for individuals on their natural hair journey. Whether you are just starting out or have been on this path for years, join us as we explore the common issues people with all-natural hair face and discover ways to overcome them. Together, we can create a community that celebrates the beauty and diversity of all-natural hair.

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Let's Get into it.

1. Dryness: All-natural hair tends to be drier compared other hair types. Moisture retention becomes a significant, and finding the right techniques to keep the hair hydrated is a top concern.

2. Breakage: All-natural hair is often more fragile & prone to breakage. Finding a product that gently coats the hair with the right amount of moisture is key.

3. Definition and Styling: Achieving and maintaining defined curls or coils can be a challenge for with natural hair. Finding the right styling products, techniques, and hairstyles that work well their hair texture is often a top issue.

4. Length Retention: Many individuals with natural hair tend to have goals to grow their hair long. However, retaining length can challenging due to breakage damage, or improper hair care practices.

5. Product Selection: the increasing demand for natural care products, finding suitable products for their hair type can be overwhelming. Many individuals with hair are looking for products that are free from harmful chemicals, nourishing, and promote healthy hair growth.

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6. Scalp Health: Maintaining a scalp is crucial for overall health. Issues like dry scalp, dandruff, or product build-up can affect the health and appearance of natural.

7. Representation and Acceptance: Many people with natural hair may face societal pressure to conform to Eurocentric beauty standards, which often favor straight or processed hair. The lack of representation and acceptance of natural hair can be a significant concern many individuals.


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Relieving your hair and scalp of all unnatural impurities is one of the best decisions you can make. I hope after this blog you feel supported and informed in your decision. Remember to move at your own pace, this is a lifetime journey.

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