Fine haired ladies

where ya'll at!?
I'm fairly new, I have mostly 4a(with a few 3c patches). Plus my hair is naturally super fine and soft. Anywho, I was wondering if any of you ladies could share some pics and/or tips on how you care for your hair.

TIA
Chelle
Fine haired lady over here! =) When I was relaxed, my hair was always thin and fine, limp and lifeless. Now that I'm natural, I still have pretty thin strands...just a heck of a lot more of them. I love my hair.

As for tips... well I don't really have any, considering I'm such a baby being natural. But my hair loves Castor oil, jojoba oil, EVOO (It likes it. Not loves.), Giovanni Smooth as Silk conditioner, V05 conditioner, and LA activator gel.

So soft.
heyy, finally another fine-head (im copy-writing that lol)
My hair was the EXACT same way when I was relaxed (not trying to throw shade at relaxed fine-heads)
I've been fully natural for about 2 years now and I def agree with you about castor oil. Its a MUST for my hair.
What do you do for protective styling? Right now I'm just rocking kinky twists till the end of the semester
Hello ladies I have a question and I'm hoping you could give me some tips. I'm natural but ever since I was a child I have always had this one weak spot. It is the most fragile and prone to breakage area on my head. It grows but is nowhere near as full as the rest of my hair. My hair was doing great and just last week it broke off again. I am so hurt and discouraged. So if you know of any remedies or products I would so appreciate the advice
heyy, finally another fine-head (im copy-writing that lol)
My hair was the EXACT same way when I was relaxed (not trying to throw shade at relaxed fine-heads)
I've been fully natural for about 2 years now and I def agree with you about castor oil. Its a MUST for my hair.
What do you do for protective styling? Right now I'm just rocking kinky twists till the end of the semester
Originally Posted by rchelle
I wish I were natural for 2 years like you! I only about about 1.5inch(ish) of hair, so there aren't too many styling options. I've been doing twist outs so far and putting on a satin bonnet when I get home for the day.

Hello ladies I have a question and I'm hoping you could give me some tips. I'm natural but ever since I was a child I have always had this one weak spot. It is the most fragile and prone to breakage area on my head. It grows but is nowhere near as full as the rest of my hair. My hair was doing great and just last week it broke off again. I am so hurt and discouraged. So if you know of any remedies or products I would so appreciate the advice
Originally Posted by whoa_chelly
Aw, I'm terribly sorry about that . I went most of my life not knowing I had a weak thin spot until my perm started growing out. The back of my hair has a little bald spot. The hair that is there, is twice as fine. I wish I had good advice to help you out..


I wish I were natural for 2 years like you! I only about about 1.5inch(ish) of hair, so there aren't too many styling options. I've been doing twist outs so far and putting on a satin bonnet when I get home for the day.
Originally Posted by GoldenChild21
Girl, the first 1, i had nooo clue what I was doing + I used to fry the living day out of my hair trying to flat iron it. But ahhh yes, I remember the twa days. back then I lived on a college campus and I do little flat twists in the front and when i gained more length I wore braids.
Hi!

My hair was the same when I was relaxed lol Now it doesn't look as thin. I wear two strand twists 95% of the time. I'm about to do some yarn braids soon. I have been using castor oil and it seems like it is thickening up my strands.
4, fine, low-medium density, low porosity





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