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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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Discussions

My Scalp Is Hungry, Yours Is Probably Too...

I've been natural for 3 years and 3 months and to be honest it was one heck of a ride. Don't get me wrong I still have a long way to go but, I think I'm getting the hang of it. When it came to taking care of my hair YouTube thought me. I wouldn't have gotten this far into my natural hair journey if it wasn't for some of these amazing hair-vlogs. I must say I followed their routine and even altered it to my likings hoping that I would get the results that some of these vloggers are getting. I…

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4 MONTHS POST

Hi :) I need help for: -styling together my natural and relaxed textures -clearing my hair (I can't feel my scalp on most days) -motivational messages PLEASE. (My friends told me months 5-7 are the worst. I'm just about there) I need something. Like help. Jesus, I need help. I have been transitioning for 4 months, didn't do the big chop (I really want to but my grandma might ave a heart attack if I cut my long relaxed hair UGH) My problems are really sad, honestly lol. I think it has more to…

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EDGES, EDGES, EDGES!

Hey! So I'm past my year mark in transitioning and have discovered a new protective, quick, and easy go-to hairstyle. I've learned how to do two strand flat twists (I'm late, I know, lol!) but have noticed something else going on... My edges are starting thin on one side. I know this can be due partially to the stress of pulling my hair into the twists but I wanted to know if any of you gals have experienced any type of edge thinning problems or hair thinning problems at all. If so, what did…

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1 Reply · Reply by N3A JANAE ♫☼ on Sunday

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Do Your Research-Use YouTube

Months before I first decided to transition, I used YouTube to figure out exactly what going natural meant and how to do it successfully.  Naptural85 was one of the first people I found that explained thoroughly what going natural was and why it was a good idea. Most YouTubers, I found, big chopped. Frankly, that wasn’t an option for me. As I continued to research I found out that…

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