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Hey Jamaican Curry, this is really sweet of yaWink
 
Just wanted to include what protective styles are:  the bun, braid-outs, twist-outs, bantu knots.  These keep your hair from being fried up by the curling irons and keep the moisture optimal.  Also, keeps hair off the shoulder where rubbing with clothes causes breakage.
 
Also, if you starting out with some dry, breaking hair, the S-curl "no-drip" is the way to go.  This stuff will keep you hair from breaking, unless you need a trim, until you find other products and get you regimen together.
 
 
BUN and s-curl is what got me thru. 
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okay i have one quick question about some of the stuff that might have been left out. 
 
what does APL and bump mean?
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APL= Armpit Legth
Bump= moving the post up to the top of the page so more people will see it and reply.
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Originally posted by Sidney Sidney wrote:

Hey Jamaican Curry, this is really sweet of yaWink
 
Just wanted to include what protective styles are:  the bun, braid-outs, twist-outs, bantu knots.  These keep your hair from being fried up by the curling irons and keep the moisture optimal.  Also, keeps hair off the shoulder where rubbing with clothes causes breakage.
 
Also, if you starting out with some dry, breaking hair, the S-curl "no-drip" is the way to go.  This stuff will keep you hair from breaking, unless you need a trim, until you find other products and get you regimen together.
 
 
BUN and s-curl is what got me thru. 
 
co-sighning on the bun and s-curlThumbs Up
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Hello...this is WRITENOW. I am a NEWBIE! Thank you so very much for providing info r/t the abbreviations commonly used on this site! I had a horrendous time trying to figure out what they meant. It was so mind boggling...until I kind of  just  said forget it! I finally figured out the MTG. Again thank you for your support as well as the other helpful info that you provided!  I went bought  the Mane'N Tail shampoo and conditioner. Tell me is MTG  a separate or different product?  Please let me know! Again thank you, JamaicanCurry!
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Writenow, they are two completely different products made by completely different companies.
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Thank you phoenix1017. Where can I order or buy MTG from? This is "Writenow"
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Originally posted by writenow writenow wrote:

Thank you phoenix1017. Where can I order or buy MTG from? This is "Writenow"
 
You can order it online.
 
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What she said! Smile
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