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Old 09-05-2013, 07:05 PM   #1
 
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Default Returning to my old hair?

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Old 09-05-2013, 08:40 PM   #2
 
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o_O @ "average black hair".....#Done


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Old 09-05-2013, 08:43 PM   #3
 
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o_O @ "average black hair".....#Done


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I'm not saying its bad or something I just prefer my natural hair
>_>
if I wanted to offend, I wud have said
"I don't want my hair to look like black ppl's hair"
but thats not what I said. So please....stahpp
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Old 09-05-2013, 09:04 PM   #5
 
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Curl patten can change over time. To make the most of yours start by trying to follow the CG method (curly girl/guy) first. Get it healthy and also try to find a curly stylist to help you.
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Old 09-05-2013, 09:11 PM   #6
 
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Dang so I may never regain my curls? :<
but thanks Ill check out that Curl stylist and look up the cg thing
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Old 09-05-2013, 09:22 PM   #7
 
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Honestly it might just be a matter of getting your hair back in condition and getting the right cut. Definitely look up the CG stuff. It can do wonders.
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Honestly it might just be a matter of getting your hair back in condition and getting the right cut. Definitely look up the CG stuff. It can do wonders.
I am, and I am gonna try it.
I'll let ya know what happens!
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Old 09-06-2013, 08:20 AM   #9
 
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If there is one thing I have learned from haircare forums it is that there is no such thing as 'average black hair'. Specifically what are you trying to say? It's tighter/ looser, drier/ more moisturised, smaller/ bigger, longer/ shorter, healthier/ more damaged?

What made it change, time/ hormones or how you treated it?
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Old 09-06-2013, 11:13 AM   #10
 
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Please clarify, what "average black hair" is. My father, brother and sister are "black" and all have completely different hair. I am "multiracial" and have "multiracial" friends and family and our hair varies as well. I put "black" and "multiracial" in quotations because I'm not a fan of race identification(just another way the system try's to tear apart man kind). Anywho, that phrase you used was pretty narrow.
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Please clarify, what "average black hair" is. My father, brother and sister are "black" and all have completely different hair. I am "multiracial" and have "multiracial" friends and family and our hair varies as well. I put "black" and "multiracial" in quotations because I'm not a fan of race identification(just another way the system try's to tear apart man kind). Anywho, that phrase you used was pretty narrow.

Lol, like this. But now that I examine it a lil more, some curly springs are still there
http://www.buzzle.com/img/articleIma...9-26426-36.jpg
II had a hear cut recently so my hair is no longer as long as the image in the Original Post, but as long asabout 1-2 inches(2 being max)
Average=common
that's the hair I'm referring to-^
@Firefox if u were using those question marks to ask me a question then I have no clue. I figure it wud be how I treated it. Cuz, My parents (Smh) kept telling me I needed to pick out my hair and brush it so now the curls looked more like this;http://www.buzzle.com/img/articleIma...9-26426-36.jpg
Please do not be offended by my "average black hair". If it's not common in the whole black community I apologize. It is just the type of black hair I see often.

Oh and my hair use to be lil curlier than the buzzle link I sent u, but I cut it (1-3 months ago_, and just now realized my curly-waves are coming back
imma try to take a pic, but my phone is being a meanie.

EDIT:

Finally got some decent images. If the above does not clarify, these pics might!

I might have changed it since yesterday cuz I tried conditioning it..? If that was wrong, then I shud only get advice directly from curlytalk lol

heres the images

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