Attempting to Grow Hair-Does anyone have long hair pics?

I have short 3c hair-and have had for quite some time now...but now I'm trying to grow it out and it has been a pain. I would like to see some pics of you guys growing your hair out...I need some sort of motivation.-I'll try to send some pics of myself soon.
This is Midnitecurl's fotki link. She is a huge inspiration, and one of my hair idols.

http://public.fotki.com/Raehlilisynth/
A wonderful mix of coils, curls, corkscrews, and kinks.

http://s211.photobucket.com/albums/bb133/shyygirl_2007/
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Thank you so much...I one of your postings with that picture right before you replied to me, so thank you so much. I also wanted to ask you about what products you use...I saw some pics of your hair and it looks FABULOUS!- I currently am using Paul Mitchell Mousse, Paul Mitchell sculpting foam and Beyond The Zone Sexy Styling Sauce...it looks nice during the day but when I wake up in the morning I look TERRIBLE AND HAVE TO REWET IT every morning and I'm trying to find some regimen to get out of that (especially with these VA/DC winters). I work with a girl with curly hair and she sprays Soft Fro in her hair... but hair is really long (when I attempt to use it-it looks like a jerrycurl). Any ideas.
Thanks!

My product rotation is alittle crazy right now because I'm experimenting with a few since the weather will be changing soon. Last year, I moved back into the D.C. area from Chicago, and my hair had to get used to it. Products that worked out there didn't work as well down here, or actually worked better because the water here isn't a hard. Plus, my hair is in better condition(I think), so I may not need to use heavy conditioners like I did last spring/summer.

But the products I use consistently are: Mastey Traite Shampoo(once a week, or as needed), Tigi Moisture Maniac or Elucence as my conditioner/rinse, and Elucence (or Paul Mitchell the Conditioner) as my leave in. I generally like to just go with a leave in and no styling products, but during the warmer months, I will definitely need to use a cream or gel with some hold if I don't want to rewet my hair. I really like using the blue Fantasia IC. It gives excellent, but flexible hold, and should hold up to DC humidity. Since it's not a huge investment, I would try it out.

Do you have a satin pillowcase? This helps preserve my style and prevents my hair from being dried out. If my hair is alittle smushed in the morning, I just spritz with a water/conditioner combo, fluff and go.

If you can, post some pics of your hair so that we can give more product recs.
A wonderful mix of coils, curls, corkscrews, and kinks.

http://s211.photobucket.com/albums/bb133/shyygirl_2007/
PW: curlyhair

I have a blog now. Follow meeeee!

http://naturalurbanista.blogspot.com/

"You see, when it comes to language competence, a true patriot must hit that sweet spot between "job-stealing immigrant" and "liberal elitist." ~Eilonwy

Wanna have access to the top names in fashion and luxury at up to 70% off retail? Sure you do. http://tinyurl.com/3yxneol

DC metro area

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