Some of the most beautiful hair I've ever seen

Okay, I know she's not a curly but I just had to share! My friend has the MOST beautiful, healthy, soft hair. I love the colour of it too (it's natural). The most amazing thing is that she literally doesn't use products on her hair except for shampoo, and her hair still looks like this:


I guess it's just in her genes.
2b, loose waves (wish my hair were curlier!)
Low porosity

Previously dyed and chemically straightened
Currently trying out no-poo (Started on 28/11/2011)
Coconut oil as conditioner
She does have gorgeous hair!

I think straight, wavy, curly, and kinky hair can all look beautiful with the right care. Likewise, they can all look terrible with the wrong care. Some hair will require more care than others. Typically the more textured, the more care is required. It doesn't make it better or worse, just different.

I do envy straighties' ability to be so low maintenance--but at the same time, I'd get so bored with straight hair, no matter how pretty it was. My hair isn't exactly wild and crazy, I can change it up significantly using different products and techniques and I LOVE having that ability.

So in conclusion, don't waste your energy envying other people's locks. As pretty as your friend's hair is, the world would be an awfully boring place if everyone had hair like that
My girlfriends hair is even better looking than that and she does nothing to it at all, hers is straight and naturally blonde.
- Nate

Co-wash - Boots / Tresemme Naturals
Condition - Bodyshop Rainforest / Tresemme Naturals
Style - Holland and Barrett Aloe Vera gel / Garnier Fructis Camouflage gel

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