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Can you guys recommend any curling custards?View on the ForumOriginal author: SugarCareBear
Hey! I’m a newbie!View on the ForumOriginal author: SugarCareBear
I’m new here!View on the ForumOriginal author: SugarCareBear
Sporting a twa and working on growing my hair!View on the ForumOriginal author: TWA63
A woman I am subscribed to on YouTube recently posted a video on rice water and how it has helped grow her hair. I’m curious about it. Has anyone had any success with it? I’m currently in a TWA stage and looking to get out quick lol.View on the ForumOriginal author: QueenArame
Hi. My name is Arame (pronounced air-uh-me) and I’m 18 years old. My natural hair journey has just began for me, I big chopped my hair back in March. My relaxed hair was looking a hot mess and I couldn’t hold on to it any longer so I grabbed them scissors and I cut it all off. Admittedly I’m not as in love with my hair as I used to be as a child. B
I did the big chop back in March, I’m over relaxers for the last time. I’ve had them since middle school and I’m 18 now. I’m starting fresh and I’m honestly pretty awkward with my natural hair, especially with it being short and I’m not sure how to care for it and style it, all I know is to keep it moisturized but that gets difficult for me because
About a year ago my mom put a texturizer in my hair. When she put it in she mainly focused on my roots because my hair is super thick at the roots. However she ended pulling it through so my roots came out straight. Fast forward to now when my hair has grown out, now I have about 3 inches of bone straight hair in the middle of my hair and curly end
I used bentonite clay on my hair as shampoo, and I like how it makes my hair looks weighty and it makes my curl pattern come out more. What pomades/lotions/serums do that for 4C hair as an every day use? :D:DExtra info: I did big-chop 20 months ago. Ive been wearing protective styles to grow out my hairView on the ForumOriginal author: Nn3ka
My daughter has natural, African hair, but it pains me when her mother does her hair because she makes her cry. EVERY TIME.My daughter cries every time she has her hair done because her mother brushes it loose.To my understanding, it's not necessary to brush African hair. I think that she can brush it with her fingers, if she has to brush it. But o
I love this hairstyle and I was wondering what I need to use/steps to do to get it. How long should it grow for? Thankshttps://imgur.com/zzJTODQView on the ForumOriginal author: Mark122

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