Making a trip to the natural hair blogs that I read almost daily, I found out the info above. I don’t use The Jane Carter Solution, but I’ve been using Miss Jessie’s Curly Meringue to do my Twist-Outs. I love this stuff!! I also have there Curly Pudding which is good, but I like the Meringue better.
I have my hair in twist now. Ive made them in for four days now. I’ll prob take them out tomorrow or Friday. I’ll post a picture here so you can see how the Curly Meringue looks in my hair.
I can’t recall what site I got this from. Might have been Napturality but Sandy Nolastname wrote it. (UPDATE: Napturality isn’t a site anymore, but I got it from there. I think.) Yeah so GO TEAM NATURAL! I’m “semi” natural. I don’t have a relaxer but I bleached my hair 9/15/09 (yeah I remember…
I applied a Henna treatment to my hair on Sunday. Which did nothing, not color it red, not thicken or condition it as it says on the box. Though I’m not to upset that my hair didn’t thicken up more!
The last time a colored my hair was when it was relaxed and I didn’t do it naturally. I used one of those last 28 washes businesses. It worked wonderfully! The color went from a nice dark reddish brown to a dark brown with red highlights. =) I just don’t want to use chemicals in my hair now that I’m all natural….
My mother did warn me that Color Henna Powder isn’t good. I should count my self lucky that it didn’t color my hair green like it did hers!
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you have tamed me now you must take me how am i supposed to be i don’t have my thorns now and i feel them sprouting they’ll grow right through if i don’t watch it they’ll grow right through even if i watch it and a sunset couldn’t save me now
If you have food in the fridge, clothes on your back, a roof over your head and a place to sleep, you are richer than 75% of the world. If you have any money in the bank, your wallet and some spare change in a dish someplace, you are among the top 8% of the world’s wealthy. If you woke up this morning with more health than illness, you are more blessed than the million people who will not survive this week. If you have never experienced the danger of battle, the agony of imprisonment or torture, or the horrible pangs of starvation, you are luckier than 500 million people alive going through this suffering. If you can read this message you are more fortunate than the 3 billion people in the world who cannot read at all.
If you are not informed about natural hair or natural hair care, do not speak on the costs and how troublesome it is.
It is not. Natural hair is extremely versatile and with natural hair products, you can make your own for under $15 dollars..trust, I have. I’ve spent less money going natural than I did buying $8 perms and buying numerous products to keep my hair healthy from the effects of perming.
I don’t care what you want to do to your hair, but do not throw false information on the practice of natural hair.
Have fun with your perm.
I’m not even all natural, yet, and I totally agree with you. I’m $7 or $8 every 6 weeks richer!
Last night I left the oven on. Spent the night tossing and turning and aching and thinking. I thought up a thousand things to fear. I feared my own house. I feared the walls. I feared the ceiling. I feared the doorways. I did not fear myself. I should have.