Do you think there ever be??

I saw another make-over spot on a show and this girl was black and already had processed hair. Of course her make-over just made it straighter.. Do you think there will ever be a make-over where they take a curlygirl that is a straightened and style her hair curly? I've noticed since I've been curly I feel different, I've been fighting what I was actually supposed to look like all along...and this is who I'm supposed to be...it's great not to mention it makes me look younger!! YAY
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Back on Cones,so now my routine is,wash with Deva No-Poo every other day or so. Occasionally use 365 sulfate free,maybe use low sulfate shampoo mixed with conditioner once every two weeks are longer. I condition with Aussie Moist or HEHH. I style with a little GF TN,and finish up with tons of GN Pure Clean Smoothing Cream. No frizz...slippy, happy hair.
The only show where I saw them make someone straight go curly is when there was some celebrity look-alike show where they tried to get her to look like someone with curly hair.
Mostly 3c and lovin' my curls

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It's simple, pop culture thinks curls are a nuisance and messy. It's so humiliating for us!
Curly 3a. Letting it grow, using conditioners and products that are PRO curl and not straightening thanks to NC.com.
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Pop culture sucks and fashion is fickle. Seriously. I would try not to take it to heart.
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I have been on vacation and my curls are loving it...even my straight haired family has to blow dry..just to get volumn. I just jump outta the shower put in a little product and plop for a while....then I'm ready to go. The way my hair looks when I come from the beach is the way alot of women try to make thier hair look...it's sexy and free and i am so glad that i found this site and learned to love my curls. I wouldn't trade them for anything now. So whatever society, pop culture, or anybody thinks of them...I know that they really are a blessing. I'm so glad I decided to go natural!!
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Back on Cones,so now my routine is,wash with Deva No-Poo every other day or so. Occasionally use 365 sulfate free,maybe use low sulfate shampoo mixed with conditioner once every two weeks are longer. I condition with Aussie Moist or HEHH. I style with a little GF TN,and finish up with tons of GN Pure Clean Smoothing Cream. No frizz...slippy, happy hair.
I once saw an episode of What Not to Wear, and Nick Arrojo styled one woman curly. She looked like a 2b or c, and she brushed her hair out, so it was straight-ish, with alot of frizz, and fairly long. After the makeover was done, it was shoulder length and almost 3a in places . I was soo happy when I saw this episode . He used his usual mousse and curl activating cream, and a diffuser. She was shocked it was so curly - I'm thinking she was one of those who just assumed her hair was straight, and so treated it as though it was. I have to say that was one of my favourite episodes .
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~Jenny
Yes, Nick Arrojo on WNTW seems to generally work with the natural pattern of the hair. I'm not always too impressed with the result, but he does style curly hair curly.
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I once saw an episode of What Not to Wear, and Nick Arrojo styled one woman curly. She looked like a 2b or c, and she brushed her hair out, so it was straight-ish, with alot of frizz, and fairly long. After the makeover was done, it was shoulder length and almost 3a in places . I was soo happy when I saw this episode . He used his usual mousse and curl activating cream, and a diffuser. She was shocked it was so curly - I'm thinking she was one of those who just assumed her hair was straight, and so treated it as though it was. I have to say that was one of my favourite episodes .
Originally Posted by Chrematisai
I saw that epi! I watched it just to see what they would do to her hair, than turned the channel :P. I was sooo happy they kept it curly, though I kinda wished he would have kept it a little longer...but oh well it was one of the best episodes.
Mostly 3c and lovin' my curls

This is not a fashion trend, it's not a statement, it's pride for who we are and what we look like. And that is where our true beauty shines.


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Yes, Nick Arrojo on WNTW seems to generally work with the natural pattern of the hair. I'm not always too impressed with the result, but he does style curly hair curly.
Originally Posted by Bailey422
Yea there was one when he blow-dried the curly hair and I was a bit anonyed, since I had seen 2 other episodes where he had styles the hair curly, but yes I do give him that as well.
Mostly 3c and lovin' my curls

This is not a fashion trend, it's not a statement, it's pride for who we are and what we look like. And that is where our true beauty shines.


http://public.fotki.com/cocoalily/
A lot of women on WNTW, who come in all straggly and terrible in the beginning, have plain, flat straight hair - let's just say the "bad" end of straight hair, so by bringing out curls it gives them so much more life and fullness.
Curly 3a. Letting it grow, using conditioners and products that are PRO curl and not straightening thanks to NC.com.
PW: curlz
Have you ever noticed, though, that when the person does their "reveal" with family/firends, they always style it straight again?
Laura
a 3A, sometimes more like 2A, living in hot and humid Mississippi

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