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Are u happy with your hair Posted on 11-18-2004
xavierette

I was bored so please post any rants or raves u have about ur hair. Are u happy with the lenth, texture, or are u ready to cut it all off/ Ill go first My hair is natural and very thick 8)
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prettypoet8804 replied on 11-23-2004 10:37PM [Reply]
Poody wrote:
prettypoet8804 wrote:
i just went natural less than a week ago and i am very happy with my hair and myself for the first time in a long time.
how did u go natural less than a week ago? did u cut off ya hair?
you probably not really trippin off my response anymore but i feel rude when someone addresses something directly to me and i just look at it so...yes, i let my new growth grow in for about 2 months and then i just went and got it cut. it's been 2 weeks and 3 days now. the only thing that has made me unhappy for split seconds at a time is being questioned about it by people who don't understand why i did it.
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replied on 11-23-2004 11:03PM [Reply]
I love the color of my hair (sandy brown), but I wish it were thicker and a little longer.
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Blutifully Human replied on 11-24-2004 01:23AM [Reply]
Lady_ J wrote:
I like my hair. Its thick but I actually want it to be a lil thicker tho. As far as the length...its past my neck..almost to my shoulder...i been working on trying to get it longer...thats why I wear a lot of weave..cause my hair grows fast when I have weave in....but yea...overall I like my hair. Does anyone know of any products for black women to help thicken hair???
Keep it moisturized daily and using oils/leave in conditioner/grease with vitamins and special herbs help to keep it healthy. Can't promise that'll it'll get thicker per se, becuz sometimes it just depends on the grade of your hair. Some people just naturally have thinner hair. But keeping it healthy or using shampoos/conditioners that increase volume, does help to give it a "thicker" appearance.
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BrownSugar replied on 11-24-2004 10:15AM [Reply]
I'm happy with it now. It's thick, healthy, and at the length i want it to be. But i get bored easily so i may switch things up and either cut it or go natural.
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shygirl_19 replied on 11-24-2004 10:36AM [Reply]
I love my hair. I went natual about 6 years ago (in the 8th grade), and ofcourse it was hard but it was the best decision I've ever made for my hair. It's EXTREMELY thick. When I flat iron it (which I rarely do) or stretch it, my hair reaches my waist. When I don't manipulate it whatsoever it sits just below my shoulders. One thing that annoys me about my hair is washing and especially drying it. It takes sooooo long! I may change my hair color to a dark brown/black, cuz I've never liked my natural sandy brown hair color.
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La replied on 11-24-2004 11:49AM [Reply]
*PURE*Kindnezz wrote:
Lady_ J wrote:
I like my hair. Its thick but I actually want it to be a lil thicker tho. As far as the length...its past my neck..almost to my shoulder...i been working on trying to get it longer...thats why I wear a lot of weave..cause my hair grows fast when I have weave in....but yea...overall I like my hair. Does anyone know of any products for black women to help thicken hair???
Keep it moisturized daily and using oils/leave in conditioner/grease with vitamins and special herbs help to keep it healthy. Can't promise that'll it'll get thicker per se, becuz sometimes it just depends on the grade of your hair. Some people just naturally have thinner hair. But keeping it healthy or using shampoos/conditioners that increase volume, does help to give it a "thicker" appearance.
Thanks
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Afro-American replied on 11-24-2004 01:56PM [Reply]
i didnt braid my hair because of a certain "nightmare"....so imma keep wearing it in homemade twists and when im going back to Howard im getting it professionally straightened(pressed) with a new hair cut, and see how it turns out....im basically makeovering my whole life, since i got some good news this morning 8)
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replied on 11-24-2004 02:17PM [Reply]
im lovin my hair. its a perfect length for me its just about to the middle of my back and i have it in layers its shorter in the front and longer in the back its really cute. and my hair is really thick and healthy and i just get it down every two weeks a press and curl lol.
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Its_like_candie replied on 11-24-2004 02:21PM [Reply]
I just took my weave out! And it felt soooo good!!! Im not too happy wit my hair right now. Its too bushy! But it has grown a nice amount since i had my weave in. ALL i need to do now is put some relaxer in it! Cause i dont wanna be walkin around any longer wit my head lookin the way it does.
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Blutifully Human replied on 11-24-2004 07:41PM [Reply]
Lady_ J wrote:
*PURE*Kindnezz wrote:
Lady_ J wrote:
I like my hair. Its thick but I actually want it to be a lil thicker tho. As far as the length...its past my neck..almost to my shoulder...i been working on trying to get it longer...thats why I wear a lot of weave..cause my hair grows fast when I have weave in....but yea...overall I like my hair. Does anyone know of any products for black women to help thicken hair???
Keep it moisturized daily and using oils/leave in conditioner/grease with vitamins and special herbs help to keep it healthy. Can't promise that'll it'll get thicker per se, becuz sometimes it just depends on the grade of your hair. Some people just naturally have thinner hair. But keeping it healthy or using shampoos/conditioners that increase volume, does help to give it a "thicker" appearance.
Thanks
no prob bob
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