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Monthly Archives: November 2010

Transitioning from Relaxed to Natural Hair w/o Big Chop

Question: How do you go from relaxed hair to natural hair without the big chop?

Answer: This is a question that I’ve seen asked a lot. People are apprehensive and scared about going natural and can get especially nervous about doing the so called “Big Chop”. The big chop is when let your natural hair grow out, for weeks, months, or maybe a year, and then cut off the relaxed part of your hair and so you can become completely natural. The period while you are waiting for your hair natural hair to grow out is called transitioning. Once you have done the big chop, you have fully transitioned into natural hair.

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Chris Rock’s Movie “Good Hair” vs The Nappy Kitchen Salon

Dear NRH Readers,

In case you didn’t know, “African American people are embracing their natural hair more and more everyday,” Coleman Holmes said. This is a quote from Pamela Coleman Holmes who, with her friend Lana Coleman, just opened a hair salon dedicated to women with natural hair. The Nappy Kitchen opened in St.Louis, Mo and was inspired by the increasing demand for salons that cater to natural hair. Now please tell me why two women from Rock Hill, MO know more and more black women are transitioning to their natural hair but “documentarian” Chris Rock (said very tongue in cheek) in his movie “Good Hair” was completely clueless about this growing trend and acted as if all black women either:

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