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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote jadepage04 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul 21 2011 at 9:13pm
Oh yeah,
Everyone besides you guys thinks that I am crazy. Their like shut up talking about hair already. And I need to go to rehab because I have 4 shelves of hair products and I don't use more than half of them. smh!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote bellacnella Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug 14 2011 at 3:49pm
Originally posted by luvlytresses luvlytresses wrote:

That my hair can be an example to others that DON'T believe black girls can have long hair.


This.
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Originally posted by bellacnella bellacnella wrote:

Originally posted by luvlytresses luvlytresses wrote:

That my hair can be an example to others that DON'T believe black girls can have long hair.


This.

Indeed.
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I don't call it a "hair journey" anymore, but anyway.....

- low mani #4life
- trial & error is key
- more knowlegable about hair & hair ingredients
- NEVER getting a relaxer/texturizer EVER again #natural4life
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote longhairvisions Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun 04 2012 at 8:27pm
1. My journey experiences depends highly on my attitude towards it.
2. Patience and TLC really are the keys.
3. Conditioner is my hair's best friend.
4. It's best I do everything to my hair in sections for little to no damage and most importantly a lesser chance of frustration.
5. I love my natural hair, doesn't mean I can't get angry at it.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote breBR3bre Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun 04 2012 at 10:31pm
ORS Carrot Oil is only thing that keeps my hair from breaking and my ends from splitting and it helps me retain length.
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1. That if I had discovered this hair phenonmenom back at the end school days (2009) would've of have been damn waist length by now AngryLOL Lol!

2. That I love my natural hair colour, even though I'd still love to dye it.

3. A black woman can do just about anything with there hair - straighte,curl it,tong it,braid it,twist it,leave it shrunk etc.

4. My hair is fabulous even when I do get frustrated with her Embarrassed

5. Keeping products simple is the way forward.

6. Water is honestly the best thing that can happen to anybodys hair.

7.  I'm glad I found natural hair care. I didn't want to be a salon chick.

8. Products do not make hair grow it' all in the technique of good hair practises.

9. Finally.. it's just hair Smile
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1. Protective styling, especially w/ my own hair helps me retain tons of length.

2. My hair loves co-washes w/ cheap conditioner like vo5.

3. The beauty supplies set black women up to take all of their money by selling all these horrible products that dry and damage our hair, while promising to grow our hair.

4. All I need is raw Shea butter, water, coconut oil and conditioner to style & maintane my hair. Mane stream products are a waste of my money.

5. Scalp massages are a MUST if want my hair to grow.

6. In order to have the healthy growing hair that I dream of I have to care for my hair like it was a garden that I want to grow. Protect it, feed it, nuture it etc.

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1. my hair doesn't need direct heat
 
2. i Heart low mani & only need 5 products: (1 conditioner, ACV, 1 oil, AVJ/water, Bentonite)

3. i'm much more knowlegable about hair/hair ingredients in general
 
4. my hair hates products w/cones, parabens, mineral oil/petroleum, SLS, sodium hydroxide, & drying alcohols

5. i'm NEVER getting a relaxer/texturizer EVER again
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Less is more. Less manipulation, less product, less heat = more growth and retention.
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