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Old 02-15-2013, 07:25 PM   #1
 
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Default Transitioning 13yr old!

Well..... I want to transition, but my mom won't let me. Last month I was post relaxer for like 1 month and a half, but my mom made me get a perm. She said my hair looked bad, because my curly roots were starting to show. I didn't even know I had curly hair; I was so excited. I did bantu knot outs, but they still didn't blend the two textures. I would do twist outs so that I'll be able to get closer to the scalp, but the always come undone. I've tried putting perm rods at the ends of them, but they always fall off. Please, tell me some different techniques. Back to the convincing part( kind of got off topic). I been wanting to transition for a long time now. I've one my research. I know about cowashing, the line of demarcation, sulfate shampoos, etc. I've thought about printing off articles about the beauty of natural hair and the badd effects of relaxers. I don't know how to convince her. Please help.
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Old 02-15-2013, 07:41 PM   #2
 
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Just keep saying no. It's your hair girl! Did she threaten you?

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Old 02-15-2013, 10:20 PM   #3
 
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Just keep saying no. It's your hair girl! Did she threaten you?

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No, she's just so stubborn though. She thinks one way and there's almost no way of changing her mind. I keep telling her that it is in fact my hair, but she says she gave it to me.
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Just keep saying no. It's your hair girl! Did she threaten you?

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No, she's just so stubborn though. She thinks one way and there's almost no way of changing her mind. I keep telling her that it is in fact my hair, but she says she gave it to me.
Aha. Sounds like my dad. Well why don't you obey her in all things EXCEPT hair?



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Old 03-18-2013, 12:37 PM   #5
 
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Try braiding/plaiting your hair and pinning (with hair pins or bobby pins) it up like a bantu knot. This gave me the texture I wanted and I could wear that style for 3 days without having to re-do. Good Luck!!!!
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