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Welcome to Type 4 Fro, the new resource for those who have type 4a hair, 4b hair and 4c hair. Here you can find new natural hairstyles, product reviews, hair journeys, contests, tips/tricks and more for your hair! Join the community :)

We don't discriminate; if you're a male, a type 3 naturalista, or even have bone straight hair, we'd like you here too! Some tips and discussions will benefit ALL. 

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Being aware of ingredients

   Ever since the embracing of natural hair has become widely popular numerous companies have been jumping on the bandwagon to accomidate us. It's actually exciting in a sense!:) For the first time there are produts targeted for naturally curly, kinky hair. There are literally tons of products; but what will work best for your hair.

   All natural hair is not created equal. There are many factors that come into play when it comes to products and even techniques. Here are some just to…

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Learn how to use heat and avoid heat damage

We love our Afro curly coily hair but there are still a percentage of people who from time to time enjoy straightening their hair. When it comes to that point for you, learn how to use heat responsibly. Heat does not always have to lead to total heat damage. Here you will find a treatment for prepping your hair for heat.....So you have already straightened your hair and now some of your coils will not revert back. Do you have heat damage? Maybe so maybe not. This guide will help you figure it…

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1.12.15 Big Chop !

So I finally did it after one year and two months. I thought I would cry but I didn't. Love my decision and wouldn't change it for the world. Best thing about it I did it when I was ready. Natural vs blow out !
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Qhemet Biologics - Amla & Olive Heavy Cream

Amla & Olive Heavy Cream $17
http://www.qhemetbiologics.com/product_p/aohc.htm

•Our nourishingly rich blend of old world oils, organic herbs and natural humectants leaves coarse, dry and brittle hair extra soft, healthy and supple!

•Key Ingredients: Our ultra thick cream contains Amla, Brahmi and African Aloe, premium Afro-Indian…

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Creme De La Who?

  Nothing can be more upsetting than having a head full of natural hair and no products to tame it. I grew sick of waking up on several occasions to failed bantu knot results, twist outs, and braid outs. I couldn't even stomach the idea of doing a wash and go knowing that the products I was using didn't hold. Many products made my hair feel heavy with product, or look dry. Finally having enough of botched hairstyles, I took a stroll through hair product…

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Slick Down

Hey Guys,

The only style that I know that I can do and accomplish well is a gel down with a deep side part. I did the big chop again October 14th and my hair is about 2 1/2 to 3 inches long and I can't do anything but that to it at the moment.

What I do is
1. Moisturize my hair with water and olive oil
2. comb out any knots and tangles [VERY gently]
3. make my side part, on either side, and gel that down first
4. continue gelling down the rest of my head, using…

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