How Going Natural (Again) Is Different The Second Time Around

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I’m no longer caught up on length

This was a lesson that I did not learn until I went back to relaxing, but it’s a lesson that has helped me to see the most growth and has helped me to keep my hair in the healthiest state it’s ever been. The lesson is that length is not nearly as important as hair health. After committing to a regular trimming schedule a few years ago, my hair has been consistently thick and healthy. The only time that I suffered a true setback was when I fell off my trimming schedule and wasn’t giving my hair the attention that it needed after having a baby.

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