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More Pics & Videos from Black Salons for 2017

By at January 1, 2017 | 2:11 am | 0 Comment

What’s New for Salon Finder Magazine in 2017?
The year, 2017 will be a year of improvement and productivity for Salon Finder Magazine. More high-quality images, videos, and live one-to-one interviews of stylists will be added to our archive. These stylists will be based in African Hair Braiding Salons, Dominican Salons, Natural Hair Salons, and Black Salons in Charlotte NC and the entire North and South Carolina.

No longer will you have to ask random strangers for information on salons when you need to get your hair done. Salon Finder Magazine makes it much easier to find quality Black Salons, Natural Hair Salons, Dominican Hair Salons, and African Hair Braiding Salons in North and South Carolina.

If you want to catch a glimpse of the quality hairstyles offered, we provide amazing photographs from stylists spanning the cities of North Carolina and Charlotte. Moreover, you can review the history of each beautician and the accompanying salon so you can choose the one that’s nearest to you.

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Benefits and Tips For Transitioning to Natural Hair

By at October 2, 2014 | 11:05 pm | 0 Comment

When it comes to connecting black women with the best Natural hair salons in NC, Salon Finder Magazine is at the top of the game. Transitioning to natural hair can be overwhelming for anyone who has never been on such a redefining journey. Having a great natural hair stylist available to help can be very beneficial. Salon Finder Magazine makes this valuable guidance available at your fingertips 24/7 on our website whether you live in the cities of Charlotte, NC, Greensboro, NC, Winston Salem, NC or other cities in North Carolina. We offer reviews by real clients, photos, opening and closing times as well as information about the salons and services offered.

The decision to take the path towards a natural hair journey can seem like an immense undertaking for some, but the benefits outweigh the challenges.

With so many blogs and Youtube personalities with tips to help through every stage of this positive lifestyle change, you will have the support of a growing community of healthy black women. Although there are many more, I have listed a few of the benefits of transitioning below.

  • Financial Benefit
    Despite the false assumption that maintaining natural hair is a lot more challenging, I am here to assure you that this is false. In order to reduce breakage with relaxed hair, it is essential to keep regular salon appointments. This is not the case with natural hair. You will spend less dollars at the hair salon, meaning more money for you to spend on other things.
  • Better Overall Health
    A crucial benefit of going natural, is the extraction of toxic chemicals from your hair routine, and therefor from your body as well. You will begin to have healthier, longer hair. A 1994 study conducted by The Food and Drug Administration and The American Cancer Society showed black women with natural hair have a decreased risk of all fatal cancers combined and urinary system cancers.
  • Natural Hair is Versatile
    From braids, locs, afros, straight or kinky hair styles, the sky’s the limit with natural hair. There are countless online tutorials and gurus to help find the styles that best fit you, and thanks to Salon Finder Magazine, great stylists at your disposal.

Some great tips from Salon Finder Magazine for those of you that are new to this journey are listed below.

  1. The first step in deciding to have natural hair, is deciding whether you would like to do the big chop (cutting off all of the processed hair) or transitioning by cutting it off slowly.
  2. Moisture is something you will hear often throughout your journey. Finding the perfect moisturizing routine for your hair is key, what may work for one person’s hair may not work for the other, especially when trying to manage two different textures. There are many oils that can be used individually or combined in order to find what works best for you. Castor oil, olive oil, and coconut oil are a few of the popular options.
  3. Stay away from ingredients that cause more damage to transitioning hair, such as petroleum sulfate or mineral oil.
  4. Incorporating heat in your routine defeats the purpose of exploring your natural curls, and can create a third texture to accustom yourself to. Rather learn to let your hair dry naturally, giving it more time to soak in the natural moisturizers you will now be using.
  5. Finding the right natural stylists for you. Finding an understanding and patient natural hair stylist is important as well. Below is a list of some of the great natural hair stylists on Salon Finder Magazine.

Charlotte, NC
A Nu U Transitional Salon
8724 Arbor Creek Dr

Koffi Salon
616 N Tryon St

Sister Tash/ Locs and Dreads
1800 Shamrock Dr

Winston Salem
Hair Studio L
2987 Waughtown St

Natural Hair Styles by Makeia
602 Monmouth St

And so many other great salons available through

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