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I will say is I don't understand why she's saying she cheated a flexi rod set or a perm rod set. She's always presenting info like it's new or like she invented it. She did a flat braid out and a flat twist out and called it her special method and described it like she was doing something new instead of just saying hey, this is a flat twist out and not a regular twist out. That's annoying.


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...what's the cheat?

It still looks nice but I don't understand the cheating part. Halp.LOL
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@ CarolinaCutie exactly. Ermm




I agree that this is 4c hair. So many people are out here claiming they are 4c but are really 4b or their texture is undefined. (Jouelzy or glamfun for example are not 4c to me. I don't know what they are tbh.)

See how it separates into clumps and forms tiny tight coils at the ends? That's how I define 4c. Whereas 4b maintains the round afro shape.




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Nice hair, lies.Thumbs Up
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^for some reason i feel like i see this woman every week
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Originally posted by carolina cutie carolina cutie wrote:

...what's the cheat?

It still looks nice but I don't understand the cheating part. Halp.LOL



The cheat is her doing it on stretched dry hair. Idk how that's a cheat but I guess she is used to doing it on damp/wet hair or something which takes longer to dry. So already dry hair is "cheating"
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7 Signs Your Hair Products Aren’t Working For You

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by Daily of Daily Curlz

With so many products to choose from, how do you know that you’re using the right natural hair product? For the most part, choosing the right natural hair product is a try and error type of thing but there are a few points that will narrow the error i.e. hair type, texture, if your hair is color treated, oily, dry etc.

If you want great hair, it’s not enough getting a generic brand made for everybody. You need a hair product specially made for your hair type and the best way to do so is by reading the description on the product. If doesn’t work for you, just try another one. But how do you know that the hair product you’re using is the right one? Here are the 7 signs to help you identify it:

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1. Your shampoo leaves your hair feeling like a brillo pad

Shampoos are meant to clean your hair, not leave it dry and rough. If your shampoo is ripping your hair’s natural oils and leaving it impossible to detangle, that is definitely a sign that you are using the wrong hair product.

2. Your styling product is leaving a white flaky residue

There are several different reasons why your product is leaving a flaky white residue on your hair: hard water, your diet, too much alcohol in the product or you are using too much product. Flaky white residue doesn’t always mean that you are using the wrong product and the only way to find out is trying the different solutions.

3. Your curls/coils are not as defined as you would like

This is a no brainer, right? If your styling product is not delivering the results you are looking for, no matter how many curly girls like it, you are using the wrong product. *Please note: If your hair has an undefined z-pattern, or if it naturally loses its curly/coily texture as it dries, this point is not applicable.

4. You are a retouch junkie

After you wash- detangle-seal-style your hair, you shouldn’t have to reapply the product every few hours, not even everyday. Most hair products activate with water, so just spritz your hair with your water mist and you are good to go.

5. You leave a trace in your pillowcase and anybody that gives you a hug

After your hair is dry, it’s not supposed to be dripping oil or products, this happens for two reasons: 1.-you are using the wrong product or 2.- you are using too much product.

6. You need to use a whole bottle of conditioner to detangle your hair, even though your hair isn’t that long

Yes, we have a lot of hair but we do not need to use a whole bottle of conditioner to detangle. If this is the case for you, more than likely you’re using the wrong product.

7. Your hair takes forever to dry

Glycerin based products attract the moisture in the air, so if the humidity in your city is very high, your hair will take forever to dry. This also means you will need to switch your hair products.

Are there any products out there that signified less than desired results on your hair?

http://blackgirllonghair.com/2014/05/7-signs-your-hair-products-arent-working-for-you/


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