Wow. I dont want to add salt to the wound but just reading this was making me pissed off. I'm not gonna sugarcoat the ridiculousness of this situation and coo you, I'm about to scold. There are first of all many options you could have chosen. You could have chosen a wig that matched your hair texture, you could have worn a lace front. You could have even worn braids or even gotten a wig that was prebraided and braided the hair in the front to match. But you chose to relax part of your hair?
And it occured to you to reach out now, but what are we supposed to do? Why didnt you reach out before about how to deal with your twa? There are support groups for that in many places online and advice. You couldve looked or asked online and researched wigs of afro texture, or anything to deal with your hair that wasnt so sacrificial.
This is why i dont understand the extent that was taken here just to make a temporary hair peice look good, and most of all why you are even surprised now. what did you think was going to happen when you took off your weave? You didnt think clearly about what it was you were doing before you did it and the ending consequence? I see this all the time people treating their hair like its some kind of wig rack, off handedly destroying their hair for the sake of their temporary european look. just like those ppl who glue their own hair to their weave, what i am reading is making no sense.
Honestly the only advice i can give is to learn from this experience as much as you can, and do transition styles while you grow the relaxed part out. There are many set styles you can do that can make the texture at least somewhat match. or you can protective style. You are going to have to accept what you did to your hair and work with it the way it is now. Next time before you do something irreversible, try to use your common sense.
Edited by pinkecube - Apr 09 2014 at 6:57pm