Pictures of beautiful 4a hair!

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Let's worship our tight little curls/coils, and inspire eachother with beautiful pictures of 4a hair!

Here is my absolute 4a hair idol! (Speaking of, she was on one of the American Idol seasons!) Nadia Turner!

Her hair is soooooo beautiful!









And her famous fro hawk:



See more pictures at her official website: http://www.nadiacturner.com

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Originally Posted by KinkSphinx
My hair looks a lot like the first picture you have on this post. Nadia Turners hair is really pretty!
almost positive that once my hair grows out, this model will be my hair twin--I just love her hair!

http://www.mebsuta.com/bela/bildaro....e=vickie09.jpg
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http://public.fotki.com/pizazz/
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wow, why did i NOT know that Regina King was natural? GORGEOUS!!!
Lady Libra
3c/4a???
i stick with the description "OS thready thick"

my curly fro now is at collarbone when straightened.... basically the length i had when i started transitioning! hooray for growth!!! =)
almost positive that once my hair grows out, this model will be my hair twin--I just love her hair!

http://www.mebsuta.com/bela/bildaro....e=vickie09.jpg
Originally Posted by pizazz

WOW her hair is BEAUTIFUL!
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Great thread!!!
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There was another thread started like this last summer.

Here's the link to it:

http://naturallycurly2.com/phpBB/vie...pictures++hair
A wonderful mix of coils, curls, corkscrews, and kinks.

http://s211.photobucket.com/albums/bb133/shyygirl_2007/
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Nadia has beautiful hair! Great pics! Thanks for the wonderful link SHYYGIRL!
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I love this picture. Her hair is stunning!

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There was another thread started like this last summer.

Here's the link to it:

http://naturallycurly2.com/phpBB/vie...pictures++hair
Originally Posted by shyygirl723
Oh. LOL.

Those are some niiiiice pics in that thread!
So I'm wondering, (sorry for the double post), how could one get one's curls to be as defined as those in these pictures?

I mean, once I WASH my hair, the little ringlets are very defined in most places, but how do you keep it that way for a while?

What products could you use so that the curls don't get all fuzzy wuzzy?

Does anyone know? Thanx a bunch.

Not that I have a problem with the fuzz, it's just that sometimes, I like the look of defined little curls. It's cute.
So I'm wondering, (sorry for the double post), how could one get one's curls to be as defined as those in these pictures?

I mean, once I WASH my hair, the little ringlets are very defined in most places, but how do you keep it that way for a while?

What products could you use so that the curls don't get all fuzzy wuzzy?

Does anyone know? Thanx a bunch.

Not that I have a problem with the fuzz, it's just that sometimes, I like the look of defined little curls. It's cute.
Originally Posted by KinkSphinx
i had/have the same problem with frizz... most of the time i just let it be.

but, i've found that Garnier's Soft Curl Creme is good for defining without frizz.
Lady Libra
3c/4a???
i stick with the description "OS thready thick"

my curly fro now is at collarbone when straightened.... basically the length i had when i started transitioning! hooray for growth!!! =)
So I'm wondering, (sorry for the double post), how could one get one's curls to be as defined as those in these pictures?

I mean, once I WASH my hair, the little ringlets are very defined in most places, but how do you keep it that way for a while?

What products could you use so that the curls don't get all fuzzy wuzzy?

Does anyone know? Thanx a bunch.

Not that I have a problem with the fuzz, it's just that sometimes, I like the look of defined little curls. It's cute.
Originally Posted by KinkSphinx
I use Kinky Curly Curling Custard and get great results on my 4a hair.
I have tried the Granier Curl Cream and its OK but leaves my hair a little hard, the Curling Custard is al natural and makes my hair healthy too.
HTH
Thick coarse 4b hair. Holy Grail: Kinky-Curly Curling Custard. Trying to grow it to bra strap length. Currently collar bone length.
So I'm wondering, (sorry for the double post), how could one get one's curls to be as defined as those in these pictures?

I mean, once I WASH my hair, the little ringlets are very defined in most places, but how do you keep it that way for a while?

What products could you use so that the curls don't get all fuzzy wuzzy?

Does anyone know? Thanx a bunch.

Not that I have a problem with the fuzz, it's just that sometimes, I like the look of defined little curls. It's cute.
Originally Posted by KinkSphinx
I like this look too, so much it's my only "look." Can we say lack of styling motivation? Anywhoo;

Normally I conditioner wash my hair every day or every other. On wet hair I apply a really good frizz reducing leave in like Tresemme's Anti-Breakage Leave In OR Aphogee's Keratin and Green Tea Reconstructor (The aphogee is the better of the two for frizz, through the Tresemme gives more slip.)

I then apply a hair butter, either my own or this stuff by Africa's Best called Lite Tea-Tree Gro...or something. (I'm bad with prod names, I can give you the exact if you're interested.) I make sure to work the butter into my hair thoroughly.

Then I apply a dollop of gel. I scrunch the gel in(Fantasia IC w/ Sparkelites) making sure to get every strand of hair and then I shake my head vigorously a couple of times.

Shaking separates the coils and makes them stand out more. After this I add any barettes or scarves, and go.

The key to me maintaining this frizz free shiny doo?

DON'T TOUCH IT!

Sometimes I feel like I need to sit on my hands, but touching the curls after they're clumped to play with them will lead to ultimate frizz.
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Thanks girls so much! Sorry for the late response.
Here's another. She's an Irene Marie model(also on MTV's 8th and Ocean)

I couldn't paste her pics here, but this is the link to her portfolio:

http://8thandocean.irenemarie.com/po...e/gallery.html


EDT: I found some pics I could post.



A wonderful mix of coils, curls, corkscrews, and kinks.

http://s211.photobucket.com/albums/bb133/shyygirl_2007/
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There was this model from about 15 years ago who was very fair skinned but she had a huge soft looking afro. She was modeling around the time Vanessa Webb was popular.

Anyone know who this is?
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Ani, did she have alot of freckles and reddish/brown hair? If yes, I know who you're talking about, but I don't remember her name.
A wonderful mix of coils, curls, corkscrews, and kinks.

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

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Ani & Shyygirl:

I think you're talking about Chrystele St Augustin. I love her hair!





Article:
http://www.cnn.com/STYLE/9511/chrystele/

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