I love my Kinky, curly, naturally wavy hair and if you don’t, well…I don’t care!

Embrace Flourishing Tresses

Embrace your Flourishing Tresses

We at Flourishing Tresses understand the struggles of having such unique hair textures that’s why we created a hair line specifically for women that struggle with their hair texture. Hair is a major part of who you are whether you want to admit it or not. Hair can either make you have a good day or make you feel like crawling back into the bed and hiding your head until it cooperates with you tomorrow. For certain hair types it is hard to embrace your tresses because it may not be socially acceptable to some and you may not know how to take care of it properly.

 

With curly or even kinky hair it is a daunting task to figure out what works with your hair and what doesn’t. There are plenty of days where you probably wish you could trade hair with your fellow peers. But this shouldn’t be the case having textured hair is beautiful, and there are a plethora of styles that you can do. Your hair can be curly one day and straight the next or you could rock an Afro or do a beautiful Bantu knot out and have your curls on display for the whole world to admire.

 

Have you ever been in a “professional” environment and felt that people were judging you just based on your natural hair? Sadly judgments happen quite often when you choose to set yourself free and walk out into the world and be happy to embrace your unique tresses. For many women they feel like to be accepted especially in cooperate America that they must have their hair straight and pulled back into a certain hair style. Often time’s women find themselves changing their hair to a relaxer just to appease their co-workers and their comfort rather than their own comfort. Having a relaxer is great and for many years’ women have been getting them and they do make your hair look amazing if the hair is taken care of properly and not over processed. Relaxed hair can grow just like natural hair and sometimes grow even longer and healthier. But the question is still, do you relax your hair for you or for the comfort of others?

 

When deciding to stop using the “creamy crack” it is more than just the process of quitting the use of a chemical product, but it is quite often a freedom feeling and for some an emotional bond they must release. Some women feel that they are rediscovering who they are and it even builds their confidence back if they were lacking it when it pertains to their hair.  Other women feel like they are reclaiming their African roots or any other ancestry roots that had their natural hair types. Most females tend to go natural and they realize how much they love their natural curly or kinky texture and feel that they have wasted so many years making their hair conform to corporate standards that sometimes they set for their selves.

Love your hair!

 

It is a process to go from being relaxed to being natural. It is a daunting task to unlearn bad habits and stop using the “creamy crack”. Flourishing Tresses is a company that actually has products that can be used to transition your hair from relaxed to natural without feeling like you have to do a big chop and get rid of all your relaxed hair. The Flourishing Tresses Formation hair gel will keep the edges of your hair looking and feeling amazing. If you choose to stay relaxed our products work for you as well, but no matter what, do not ever change your hair just to fit the standards of society. You don’t have to straighten your hair or have loose curls to have “good hair”. Good hair is when you have hair growing out of your head and not necessarily the texture. It is all about how you tame your tresses and the products you use that reflex in your tresses.

 

Visit us soon at www.flourishingtresses.com to help you either transition to natural hair or maintain your beautiful relaxed hair!

 

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