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My story with a happy ending. =]

Submitted on Sunday, January 1st, 2012 by Babygirl14494

I was known for having frizzy curly hair. So I started straightening it all the time. It ended up catching fire twice once was due to my birthday cake. This took place many years ago but it took my hair forever to recover!! Although I didn't lose any thank god. There was still damage. Luckly I didn't have to shave my head. But the frizz only got worse and worse. I discovered the curly girl method and it's changed my whole outlook on my hair. I finally love it. I have no products in this picture. I just cut it myself, now use so4 free s and c. Only comb and brush when wet. Usually wash hair with only c. And when I cut my hair I cut it dry. It sounds crazy..but it doesn't mess with the length. You have full control over how long you want your hair to be curly. When it's straight you don't have that freedom. I cut about three inches off had I had done it when it was wet and straight it would have been up past my ears. I'm now happy to say that I love my hair. And I refuse to be like everyone else and have straight hair. And I love not caring if it rains anymore. =]

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