Natural Hair Transition Progress

If you have been reading Fashion and Style Police for a while, you would know all about my natural hair transition (well if you didn’t know, you know now). So this is an update on my natural hair transition progress so far.

My hair has grown a lot longer and thicker since my last natural hair transition update. I am happy with how it looks, my hair has not looked this healthy in ages. My edges are back and they look amazing. I am really happy with the overall look of my hair. I think it is transitioning beautifully, and I am impressed.





For those who wonder how I maintain my natural hair, here is how my monthly routine looks like:



I have my hair in cornrows for about a month. I do this because it is easier for me to treat and manage my hair, and I can still wear my wigs when I want, which is the best of both worlds for me. When I have my cornrows on, I moisturise with water and oil from a spray bottle every day and my T444Z Hair Food every other day.


Take  Off the Cornrows

Once I take off my cornrows, I deep conditioned my hair with Shea Moisture Deep Treatment Masque. I leave on for 30 minutes, then I give my hair a very good wash with Shea Mositure Raw Shea Butter Moisture Retention Shampoo and Restorative Conditioner.







After the wash, I moisturise with water and oil from a spray bottle. I usually mix Olive, Argan or Coconut oil with the water to lock in the hair moisture. I am currently using Elasta QP Olive Oil and Mango Butter Growth Moisturizer and I find it just ok. I won’t be using it again though because it has a very thick consistency which makes mixing with water a pain in the behind, and I didn’t notice any massive growth increase either.



I also use my good old African Pride Shea Butter Miracle Leave-in conditioner every day to lock in even more moisture. I am so in love with this particular product. I think it is so effective.


African Pride Shea Butter Conditioner Image


I usually have my natural hair loose for about 2 weeks before getting the cornrows done again. That time gives my hair some breathing space and the natural hair routine seems to be working fine.

I am yet to do the big/small chop and I doubt it will ever get done because my relaxed ends seem to be turning natural already. I will give it a few more months and see if I need to have a chop of any sort at all.








What do you think of my natural hair transition progress?








40 responses

  1. Wow your hair is looking healthy and full. Your effort is really yielding fruit. I think I have to copy you lol. Keep it up. Thanks for sharing.

  2. It looks great Stella.
    And thank God the edges are back ☺
    The products look good too ✔
    In my humble opinion, keep trimming the relaxed bit till it is all gone…..This is my approach. It will fall off anyway but trimming makes your hair healthier.

  3. Your hair is doing so well. After bleaching my hair and thermal straightening it for so long when I decided to go back to curls, the hairdresser stressed a lot of deep treatments weekly and no heat for 6 months and I was surprised at how well my hair started to do.

  4. I have the exact same routine. I’m completely natural now. I can never really handle the transition period for some reason. I look forward to seeing more of your journey 🙂

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