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The Hard Decision to Transition to Natural Hair

Posted on: January 24th, 2017 by Errol Crockett No Comments
Transition to Natural Hair

To Transition to Natural Hair Can be A Hard Decision

The Decision to Transition to Natural Hair Can be Emotionally Draining, But There is Help.

I was just thinking about a conversation I had with a friend of mine who has really been struggling with the decision of whether she should transition to natural hair or continue to wear weaved  hair.
I offered to help. My first thought, as usual, was to introduce her to our new organic relaxer for black hair, the Alkaline Mineral Softener,  but as I analyzed her hair, I found it already soft.
So, she doesn’t really need softener. She  would benefit more from our reconstructor penetrator,  a protein with a fruit enzyme.
Her hair needs strength, resistance and more definition. Reconstructor will do this, for her type hair.
But, I’m living in a dream world, because it’s harder to make that decision than one would think.
Trust  me, I know that, deciding to go to work without your weave for a woman, that’s been wearing one for the last fifteen years, would be like me, having to decide whether or not I was going to wear pants, when I go to work.
I tried everything to convince her that her inner urge to abandon the weave was not to be taken lightly.

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Transition to Natural Hair

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I pointed to news anchors, prominent entertainers; I tried everything but she still decided  to go back and get that weave.
Oh well, when she decides to finally submit to her inner voice, I will be there to serve her and everyone who is on their way to that natural freedom.
I am holding on, but I can only do this a little while longer.
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Peace,
Errol

Natural Hair and The Confidence To Transition

Posted on: January 18th, 2017 by Errol Crockett No Comments

Transitioning from relaxed to natural hair

Natural Hair Conference

Transitioning From Weaved Or Relaxed Hair To Natural Hair Requires A New Level of Confidence

I was speaking with a lady who confided in me that she wanted to come out of the permanently weaved hairstyles that she had been accustomed to for the last 15 years.

She was done with relaxers, tired of weaves and wanted to wear her natural hair.

Her heart was so into it; it reminded me of my 1st attempt to swim the length of the pool during the deep end tryouts at the YMCA.

I was around 8, and every month all of the “guppies”, and “minnows” could swim the full length of the pool and graduate to a more advanced level; if they made it all the way.

Long story short, I didn’t make it on my first attempt. The life gaurd had to jump in to save me. As he grabbed me, he yelled, “put your feet down!”. I did, and found myself in water that was a little more than chest deep… Embarrassing!! I could have just walked to the edge, but my conditioned mind took over and I thought I was going to die.

Despite my earnest plea, she finally decided to go back and get her status quo.

I guess I’m a hopeless romantic, when it comes to natural hair, somehow it says POWER.

But I’m encouraged, when I watch the nightly news, I mean, sisters are representing to the fullest.

To see those beautifully twisted tresses, the earrings, the confidence and the intelligent articulation is breathtaking, really!

And how necessary, how vital is that image to the natural hair movement?

Very vital, very important, because it will eventually help to encourage the young lady I spoke of earlier.

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