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    Posted: Nov 20 2012 at 8:19am
I Need help. It is hard for me to fluff out my twa everyday.

It's winter and I hate that my head has to be cold. I'm afraid my comb will cause damage. And finger combing does not give good results. Please help!
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Hey there! Is your hair long enough for plaits,twist, or fingercoils? If yes, you could set ya hair in those at night and fluff out in the am. Your hair would be fuller and ya head warmer. Hth and Gl!
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Every Afro does not have a long life on my hand..Cry
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well, I thinks you can love your hair first,afro hair is soft, lustrous and naturally coiled when properly maintained.
searh, maybe it can help u: http://www.idolwigs.com/wig/afro-wigs/how-to-fluff-afro-without-damagegrow-natural-afro-hair.html
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our hair loves it's native land, where the sun is plentiful.  So I wrap it up and "hide" it the winter.
No breakage, and keeps my head safe and warm!!
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Hi,
 Here's the thing - Every time we touch or manipulate our hair in any way, we run the risk of breaking some strands. I'm not sure what your hair type is, but if it's anything like mine (4C), I would suggest letting go of the idea that you need to comb or fluff it everyday. It will sabotage your long hair goals because you will unknowingly be making your hair break off faster than it can grow. If your hair is long enough to grab two pieces and twist them together, then do it!

Not only will this stretch out your hair, but when properly covered at night, twist-outs can give you great 2nd, 3rd, or even 4th day hair. That means twisting your hair on Sunday night, untwisting it Monday morning, and enjoying great looking hair until Wednesday or Thursday. 
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