Kiss Transitioning Troubles Goodbye with Carol’s Daughter 3-Step Kit

Now that the natural hair revolution is underway, more women are making the decision to ditch relaxers and embrace their curlier textures. However, that journey isn’t always easy. Transitioning can be a tough task to take on for someone unequipped with the proper hair care knowledge needed to successfully go au naturel.

Carol’s Daughter’s 3-Step Transitioning Kit was created to help make that leap from silky straight strands to curls, kinks or coils a lot smoother.

Transitioning 1-2-3 Kit available at Carol’s Daughter stores,, Dillards, Macy’s, Sephora, Ricky’s NYC, HSN, and Regis Salons starting in June, $40

They’ve identified product build-up, scarred scalp, and demarcation breakage as the three main problems many women face when transitioning and formulated products to serve as solutions. The trio of products includes: Purifying Low-Poo Cleanser (makes it easy to detangle without stripping hair of its moisture), Renewing Scalp Spray (exfoliates the scalp), and Restoring Anti-Breakage Treatment (strengthens demarcation points). Plus, the products are packed with natural ingredients such as sugarcane, olive oil, coconut, and soy protein to promote healthy hair transitions.

Had this kit been around a few years ago, it would’ve saved me from emotional stress and helped me tackle my once tortured tresses with ease.

Are you currently transitioning? If so, what has been your experience?


  1. msfarrah says:

    I am currently in transition, and my experience so far has been ok, I did have the urge to go back to a relaxer just this week but I went to the dominican salon to get a blow out, then ordered some products from Oyin. Now as far as the blow out I will not be doing that often becasue I want to lose my curls and kinks and I dont want my hair to get used to the blow out. I do have a few half-wigs that I wear when I just don’t feel like being bothered with my hair.

  2. It’s been over a year for me and my biggest issue is finding a style that would allow my natural hair to do it’s thing! I don’t really know how to wear it so I flat iron it or hide it under weave…BUT when I wash it I love to see my natural coils! We are such a wonderful people!!

  3. Sherita says:

    I think I am one of those people who should NOT have natural hair. I’ve toyed with the idea but i’m extremely tenderheaded.

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