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Natural Hair 360

A weekly podcast about everything that has to do with Natural Hair, its care, maintenance, trends, etc. Review, rate, and subscribe.

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What is the ideal definition of natural hair?

Why does something as simple as the definition of natural hair cause controversy between black women? Is there an ideal definition of natural hair? If yes, what is it? This episode lends an insight to this controversial topic.Also included are the blog round up segment, and African Naturalistas in the past seven days.Please rate, review, and subscribe in itunes by clicking here, and then click view in iTunes.www.africanaturalistas.com

11 May 2014

Rank #1

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Are some natural-haired ladies bullies?

Here, we tackle, head on, a controversial topic. Are many ladies with natural hair bullies? Some people have said we put ourselves on a high horse, and discriminate against our relaxed sisters. Some have even said they notice some element of discrimination even among sisters in natural hair community. Are all these true? Well, only one way to find out. Listen to the discussion on this week's episode.Also included are the blog round up segment, and African Naturalistas in the past seven days.Please rate, review, and subscribe in itunes by clicking here, and then click view in iTunes.www.africanaturalistas.com

27 Apr 2014

Rank #2

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How to regrow and maintain the edges of your hair.

In this episode, we tackle one problem common to black women, how to regrow and maintain the edges of our hair. We offer and explain simple and effective things you can do to make sure we have those farmland edges we've always desired.Also included are the blog round up segment, and African Naturalistas in the past seven days.Please rate, review, and subscribe in itunes by clicking here, and then click view in iTunes.www.africanaturalistas.com

20 Apr 2014

Rank #3

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How to wear natural hair without frustration

We understand that some women want to go natural, but hesitate to make the final decision because of one or two uncertainties. Some others have gone natural, but are not enjoying their hair journey so far, due to unmet expectations. In this episode, we give you tips on how to wear your hair naturally, without becoming frustrated.Also included are the blog round up segment, and African Naturalistas in the past seven days.Please rate, review, and subscribe in itunes by clicking here, and then click view in iTunes.www.africanaturalistas.com

6 Apr 2014

Rank #4

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How to successfully wear your hair naturally in the workplace

Many women face one stereotype or the other when it comes to wearing their hair naturally at the workplace. Some others have faced discrimination and harsh comments from colleagues or bosses. In this episode, we give realistic ways of successfully wearing your hair naturally in the workplace, without being weighed down by criticisms.Also included are the blog round up segment, and African Naturalistas in the past seven days.Please rate, review, and subscribe in itunes by clicking here, and then click view in iTunes.www.africanaturalistas.com

30 Mar 2014

Rank #5

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When your man doesn't like your natural hair

Many ladies are faced with the difficult situation of dealing with partners who do not like natural hair. This has cause many ladies to carry their hair in textures they don't like, thereby creating lack of self-satisfaction, while some others have damned the consequences, and done what they like, thereby leading to friction in relationships. In this episode, we present realistic ways of dealing with this situation, should we ever find ourselves in one, or know anyone who is facing one right now.Also included are the blog round up segment, and African Naturalistas in the past seven days.Please rate, review, and subscribe in itunes by clicking here, and then click view in iTunes.www.africanaturalistas.com

23 Mar 2014

Rank #6

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Simple solutions to remedy itchy scalp

This podcast edition relays simple things we can incorporate into our hair care regimen, that would help us maintain a state of healthy scalp, thereby ridding off issues of constant and embarrassing itches.Also included are the blog round up segment, and African Naturalistas in the past seven days.Please rate, review, and subscribe in itunes by clicking here, and then click view in iTunes.www.africanaturalistas.com

17 Mar 2014

Rank #7

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How to train your hair stylist

Many naturals dread salon visits, because of the ignorance of many stylists. Salon visits don't have to be a journey to hell if we are deliberate about the experience. Here, we inform you about the things to do in order to make sure your salon experiences are a pleasant one.Also included are the blog round up segment, and African Naturalistas in the past seven days.Please rate, review, and subscribe in itunes by clicking here, and then click view in iTunes.www.africanaturalistas.com

9 Mar 2014

Rank #8

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Things you must do before going Natural

No one leaps over a wall before first trying to find out what is on the other side of the wall. Here are some things you should do before you take the leap to being natural.Also included are the blog round up segment, and African Naturalistas in the past seven days.Please rate, review, and subscribe in itunes by clicking here, and then click view in iTunes.www.africanaturalistas.com

23 Feb 2014

Rank #9

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Why you probably don't get hair compliments

Sometimes, after we take time to care for our hair and make it look gorgeous, we step out and no one seems to notice our hair. Here is a reason why you might not be getting the hair compliments many women crave. Also included are the blog round up segment, and African Naturalistas in the past seven days.Please rate, review, and subscribe in itunes by clicking here, and then click view in iTunes.www.africanaturalistas.com

10 Feb 2014

Rank #10