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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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Celebrating the Beautiful Textures of Black Hair

Being that black history month is coming to an end, I would like to take this time to celebrate our beautiful hair however we choose to wear it.  I think it is important that we celebrate each other despite all the differences we find individually.  Honestly in the last few years I have seen some beautiful hair.  I…
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Preparation for protective styling

 In the northeast the past few weeks have been brutally cold! So cold, that one day my fro actually frooze! lol! Yes! I kid I kid you not! I had my vey own personal frociscle! lol!! So after that pleasant experience I decided that it may be a good time for a protective styling.

  First, what is protective styling? these are styles that well, protect your hair. Hairstyle where your ends are tucked away and have limited exposure to the elements.

 Here are a few examples of…

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Hair In the Winter

When first becoming natural during the summer i always wore my hair in braids and twist but in the winter wore it out. After time went on I started to realize that my hair would get dry and stiff when wearing it out in the winter. I found out that the wind and cold air often drys out the hair especially when you have natural oils in it, so I started to wear my hair in protective styles most of the time. I would wear a beanie( having a shower cap under to protect my hair from the beanie as well…

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Getting the hang of things

Hello Queens!!!!    So I'm still getting use to my hair. But aren't we all (I'm not really a 4c, but were all a big loving natural family). I'm still getting the hang of twist outs and braid outs and those things of the sort. I can watch a good amount of YouTube tutorials, but almost the equivalent of not having a green thumb :/ any suggestions? I would love to be able to style my hair in way like "hey! I did that"

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3 Replies · Reply by Destiny Washington 10 hours ago

Oily Hair

Can someone help me? I washed my hair Sunday morning and I've only moisturizer my hair twice since then. But whenever I touch my hair, my hands usually get REALLY oily. Is this supposed to be a sign of moisture not getting into my hair and products just sitting on top of the strands?My hair type is 4c and I have low porosity hair for the most part.

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4 Replies · Reply by Destiny Washington 10 hours ago

Straightening My hair

Hi all.. Last year December I straightened some parts of my hair because i was doing crochet braids with kanekalon(correct my spelling if I am wrong) and it had leave outs. No it's been almost a month if not more and those parts are still straightened and my sister decide to snip the ends but ofc now they're all uneven. I'm wondering what I should do because the the some straight some curling thing is annoying me a bit >.< Help?

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1 Reply · Reply by Shin.xo❤️ 13 hours ago

Hi Everyone!

My name is Terin and I'm excited about being invited to join this group! This is my second time being natural. It will be two years in April. I also have a two year old daughter, who I'm hoping will grow to love and embrace her natural hair. So, yeah! Happy to be here and can't wait to get more involved.

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Love your Natural

The first sight of natural hair can be a shocker to people because it may be new to them or they simply just may not understand it. Confidence in your natural hair goes a long way, because there's always an eye on you. Being natural may be new to your family and they may not except it at first or at all but that doesn't mean change it, if any thing it means embrace it more. Dreads, braids, curls, pressed hair they are all beautiful not…

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