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    OH MY GOD...Jazzybee445..I am going to watch every video of you...wauw..

    I want my hair to grow like that too...How did you do that? What kind of protective style do you wear? OH MY GOD...wauw...wauw...
    [B]Hairtype:[/B] 4 a/b/c highly porous and very fine
    [B]Shampoo:[/B] Curlicious Curls Cleansing Cream/Pure Curls Clarifing Shampoo
    [B]Conditioners:[/B] Oyin Honey Hemp Conditioner/Curl Ecstasy Hair Tea Conditioner
    [B]Moisturizer: [/B]Kimmay Leave-In

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    The search function (located above in the links with "User CP") will provide you with a wealth of knowledge, advice, thought-provoking ideas, and hilarity. Check it out!

    Last Chemical Fire Cream: February 2001 * Transition Style: Extension braids * BC: November 2001 * Joined Nappturality: December 2002 * Characteristics: mostly coils and undefined naps with patches of straight hair and curls; fine; thin-ish; highly porous; shrinky!

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    Thumbs up Great question

    Quote Originally Posted by brownstonegirl1989 View Post
    How do you guys detangle fine hair? It seems like combs are the cause of some breakage to my hair. I might have to start finger detangling/combing.
    I have been having this problem myself this month. I am currently using my pic comb, wide tooth comb, and my hand lol I also have to section my hair off into sections . . .small sections at a time; I hold the root of my sections and detangle from the ends up. I usually try to keep my hair stretched as much as possible, because sometimes I don't have the patience to go through the process weekly. I'm thinking about giving the tangle teaser a try. I hear good talk about this tool on youtube. . . maybe it will make the process less time consuming.

    I have to say! Although I have my OMG GOT TO WRAP THIS UP days, I will BC all over again . . . because that is how much I have grown to love my natural texture.

    My scarf is my bestie haha . . . I work wonders with her

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    oops! nm.
    Last edited by OHR; 08-21-2011 at 12:50 PM.









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    Quote Originally Posted by OHR View Post
    I have fine hair in my crown as well as in the left back section of my head. The fact that I have a lot of hair does not matter. When twisted or braided, the strands compact so much, that it looks thin. Now that it is longer, I tend to twist and pincurl the finer sections on top, to camouflage the sparseness.
    Quote Originally Posted by Kinkycoilydiva View Post
    I'm thinking about giving the tangle teaser a try. I hear good talk about this tool on youtube. . . maybe it will make the process less time consuming.
    You'll want to check out the many[!] tangle teezer threads on here, OP! I am a fan of this tool. It has helped make small work of my detangling sessions. But with any tool, you have to use it properly. Good luck! YMMV.









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    Yay! I like this thread, especially since I'm a fine-haired natural too!
    Almost 2 years natural!
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    I have fine and thin hair. My album is very old though, I am going to reopen it and then you can see I rocked lots of hairstyles with my thin, fluffy hair.

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    I need to bookmark this. I'm tired of the same old thing
    ~Sanity is Subversive~

    Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities~ Voltaire

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    Bumpin On Up...Fine Haired Nappy Right Here


    Do any of you guys use protein treatments and if so how often?
    Last Time Flat Ironing mid-April 2010
    Big Chopmid-June 2010~have not looked back since.

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    Bump!

    I use Aubrey GPB Protein Balancing Conditioner 2-3 times per month. Just bought some Aphogee for hardcore support -- it's for every 6 weeks.

    I've been primarily finger detangling and it's working pretty good, but the shed/broken off hairs are causing crazy tangles. Tangle Teezer is too much for my fine strands but I might have to break it out to clear out the undergrowth.
    The search function (located above in the links with "User CP") will provide you with a wealth of knowledge, advice, thought-provoking ideas, and hilarity. Check it out!

    Last Chemical Fire Cream: February 2001 * Transition Style: Extension braids * BC: November 2001 * Joined Nappturality: December 2002 * Characteristics: mostly coils and undefined naps with patches of straight hair and curls; fine; thin-ish; highly porous; shrinky!

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