For the commentary! YES!!
It took me years to accept this.
What we should be preaching is that both textures are beautiful, and that you don’t need ‘bouncy’ curls to be part of the ‘club’.
Speak on it
This is why new naturals become product junkies.
I can not find words to express how much I LOVE this post as well as the comments. Too many sistahs go natural in hopes of getting a “mixed-girl curl” and when they see their natural BEAUTIFUL yet kinky hair, they go back to the creamy crack in disappointment… Thinking “natural hair isn’t for everyone”. Wrong! Wrong. Wrong! SO wrong! Products won’t give you something that only ethnicity can. But embracing what your hair naturally does is entirely the point. Go natural bc you want to see YOUR results, not bc you have some biracial hair crush.
I always know when its time for my favorite protective style; I wear a puff like everyday, lolololol! So my beloved yarn braids are in again and im loving it!!! P.S. If Im a little puffier or greasier in the face its because im preggers!!!!
Asked by missknolls
Thanks love! As far as moisture, glycerin/ water mixtures has been my best friend! It’s been the most moisturizing to my hair other than the miss Jessie’s baby buttercream, but we know that is a bit expensive! I’m still on the mission to find a moisturizing product that’s affordable and that actuly works! I will be doing more post soon!
Asked by loverhunterfighter
Are you still natural? If so braids are a greAt way to get a break from your hair, you get some extra length to play with, and it gives you time to research your next style whether with your hair or another protective style! Have you tried Bantu knots?