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Define "fully black".
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If you are African American you're not all black, somewhere down the line you have other ancestry. And I know people from the horn of Africa are a different story, but I'm talking straight black, sub-saharan/west/south/central africa with no mixture....I wonder if they would have 3c hair. I was under the impression that they would have 4b/4c and sometimes 4a
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul 19 2011 at 12:10pm
Originally posted by iLoveMrCortez iLoveMrCortez wrote:

If you are African American you're not all black, somewhere down the line you have other ancestry. And I know people from the horn of Africa are a different story, but I'm talking straight black, sub-saharan/west/south/central africa with no mixture....I wonder if they would have 3c hair. I was under the impression that they would have 4b/4c and sometimes 4a
 
I would think that they'd have 4b/4c hair but you never know
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul 19 2011 at 12:14pm
@ilovemrcortez.

That's what I think, too. I don't know what people mean when they say "I'm black and my parents are black and I have so-so hair..."

Are you saying you the lot of you have brown skin or known relatives of other or halved ethnicities so that makes you all black? 
It is my understand that most every "black" person is derived from mixed descendants somewhere. I, too, think that can (meaning not ALL the time) play a part of textures and complexions. It is also my understanding that certain ethnicities are created on mixing (puerto rican, cuban, dominican, cape verdean (sp?), etc...

So I think the question is, if there is in fact a such thing as being NOT at all mixed? And if that question were answered... what would their texture be

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Afroid people hair texture is curly,no matter if you are African American or African. We are Afro people. Afro people have curly hair period. It always has been. God made us with curly hair. Now we as people, put degrees of curls on each other. And then assign a number to it. When Afro hair is just curly period.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul 19 2011 at 12:28pm
Originally posted by iLoveMrCortez iLoveMrCortez wrote:

If you are African American you're not all black, somewhere down the line you have other ancestry. And I know people from the horn of Africa are a different story, but I'm talking straight black, sub-saharan/west/south/central africa with no mixture....I wonder if they would have 3c hair. I was under the impression that they would have 4b/4c and sometimes 4a

Would? Do you mean could? Confused
Anyway, the answer is YES. Reading is fundamental.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul 19 2011 at 1:20pm
Originally posted by Veemack Veemack wrote:

Afroid people hair texture is curly,no matter if you are African American or African. We are Afro people. Afro people have curly hair period. It always has been. God made us with curly hair. Now we as people, put degrees of curls on each other. And then assign a number to it. When Afro hair is just curly period.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul 19 2011 at 6:21pm
Originally posted by Veemack Veemack wrote:

Afroid people hair texture is curly,no matter if you are African American or African. We are Afro people. Afro people have curly hair period. It always has been. God made us with curly hair. Now we as people, put degrees of curls on each other. And then assign a number to it. When Afro hair is just curly period.
 
THIS!!!
 
Type 3 hair is nothing out of the ordinary for black people.
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul 20 2011 at 7:39pm
its not about the curl pattern really i think its more about texture. like someone can have 3b hair and it be very coarse and another person can have 3b hair and it be very silky. most aa women have more coarse hair but it can be curly, not just kinky
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