So, after 25 years, I finally am truly embracing me and my hair. I guess I am a 3b...I will share a picture one day. But my main issue is finding a stylist who will embrace my hair as I have. I used to try product after product after product...all to no avail. I think I am good on products, but I am still searching for a stylist. I have long hair (mid-back when straightened) and I want the flexibility to go "natural" or "straight" when I chose, but not lose my length or fullness. I live in Charlotte, I have seen several salons recommended, but I am African-American and a little nervous about going to a non-Afro-American salon or stylist. I am looking for a stylist who can embrace my hair and give me some good tips and everyday styles in the process...Can anyone help a sista out???
And another thing...does anyone out there have a problem with one side of your hair looking fabulously curly and the other side looking straight? Any tips???
I am not from Charlotte, but when I went looking for a salon in my area I read the reviews on naturallycurly.com for my area and found it to be a good resource. I looked at the ones in Charlotte and found you only had 3 in the city, but you could search for cities nearby. here is the link for charlotte salons good luck to you.
Very Thick dry 3b BSL.
Fine, medium porosity
Right now I am using GVP conditioning balm for cowash and RO,
my hair loves protein.
for styling my base is BRHG I can use it alone but prefer with Curl Keeper. I sulphate poo once a month or so as needed. http://public.fotki.com/CurlyHaze/