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But I have to say that my training plus my upbringing (I'm older than most people here), makes me be "rubbed the wrong way" by some things too. I know most people only like to hear compliments even if they're insincere and that's just not me. Besides, I know most men very often need a little guidance when it comes to their appearance because they don't have a clue about what women may like or not. And no, IRL I do tell people these things, I guess the internet makes us more bold sometimes and when I posted that I had had very little sleep...

And with that said, Bobby my apologies to you.
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Hi I'm trying to figure out my hair type. I made a thread but almost no one seems to be answering, so I figured I'd try here. Any help would be appreciated.
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Hi I'm trying to figure out my hair type. I made a thread but almost no one seems to be answering, so I figured I'd try here. Any help would be appreciated.
Originally Posted by Secondsight
You seem to have some nice 3C curls that need a little moisture and a bit more definition. Do you use shampoo or just co-wash? Are you interested in hair care tips? I can try to help if you give me more details.
Hi I'm trying to figure out my hair type. I made a thread but almost no one seems to be answering, so I figured I'd try here. Any help would be appreciated.
Originally Posted by Secondsight
You seem to have some nice 3C curls that need a little moisture and a bit more definition. Do you use shampoo or just co-wash? Are you interested in hair care tips? I can try to help if you give me more details.
Originally Posted by CGSince2002
Hi CG thank you for replying. I could use some tips if you have them. I don;t really follow a regular regiment when it comes to my hair. I generally just shampoo and condition and I usually shampoo once a week or once every two weeks. Sometimes I won't even bother with either. I use a T-tree oil leave in conditioner, but it sometimes leaves my hair feeling rough as opposed to soft like it usually is. I tend to avoid moisturizers because I can never really find one that works for me. Any advice?
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Hi I'm trying to figure out my hair type. I made a thread but almost no one seems to be answering, so I figured I'd try here. Any help would be appreciated.
Originally Posted by Secondsight
You seem to have some nice 3C curls that need a little moisture and a bit more definition. Do you use shampoo or just co-wash? Are you interested in hair care tips? I can try to help if you give me more details.
Originally Posted by CGSince2002
Hi CG thank you for replying. I could use some tips if you have them. I don;t really follow a regular regiment when it comes to my hair. I generally just shampoo and condition and I usually shampoo once a week or once every two weeks. Sometimes I won't even bother with either. I use a T-tree oil leave in conditioner, but it sometimes leaves my hair feeling rough as opposed to soft like it usually is. I tend to avoid moisturizers because I can never really find one that works for me. Any advice?
Originally Posted by Secondsight
Oh, I do, even a video that you may like. I'm going to guess that you use the TTO LI (leave in) because of scalp itching. If that's the case, not washing your hair for up to 2 weeks is not helping because even when the scalp is dry we all normally shed dead cells and not removing them contributes to the itching. A way to keep your hair moisturized is to stop using shampoo and use a different CO (conditioner) like Suave Tropical Coconut to wash with (that is called "co-washing"). You must give your scalp a good massage with the pads of your fingers every time you co-wash, and I recommend leaving the CO on for at least a couple of minutes before rinsing. Then reapply a little. Next, follow the "LOC" steps outlined in the video starting at 3:20. You may not even need the "cream" and you don't have to use exactly the products shown there. An inexpensive and easy oil to get is "Africa's Best Ultimate Herbal Oil", don't use too much at first, several drops might be enough, you can always add more later.

Here's another video I found (with a cheesy ending ) where only the styling part is shown on, I assume, already clean hair. You'll notice she kind of scrunched the guy's hair instead of shaking, so now you have 2 choices to try.

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Originally Posted by CurlyMan82
Hi, the tips I just gave Secondsight may help you get better defined curls (which I think would look really awsome!).
Been growing for almost 3 months now ...strictly using the shea moisture coconut & hibiscus smoothie plus their gel souffle combo ! & what to know my hair type ?
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