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kookimonster asked:

17 Mar 2010

How do I treat my hair?

My hair is very kinky (african-american hair) and i never know how to stlye or treat it properly. PLEASE HELP!!



karenatra says:

Posted on 17 Mar 2010

its easy try cornrows or twisting it or just try an afro lol i had the same probs until i straightened mine


nana_0601 says:

Posted on 18 Mar 2010

yep, just like karenatra said, you can do cornrows, or twist it. or get it braided in anyway, if you want it to grow longer. I cut my hair in the pic, and right now it's braided, even in the braids you need to wash it. (not as frequently though). Depending on what your hair is lacking you'll have to invest in shampoo's or products, but hair needs a couple of things, protein and moisture, and it must be in balance or you'll get breakage. If your hair is dry (like mines) you'll have to get a MOISTURIZING shampoo (not a replenishing one that just replenishes lost protein), and most african american hair , has enough protein. Also, invest in a moisturizing conditioner and a hotoil treatment bottle, as well as an oil based pomade (mind you they all have to be natural)

for Example:

my products are=

1. Palmer's Olive Oil (Extra Virgin Olive Oil) with Vitamin E Smoothing Shampoo

(the back of the bottle strictly says it is a moisturizing shampoo) (used every 2 or 3 weeks)

2. Suave Professionals Humectant Conditioner for Dry Hair (used every mid-week to week)

3. For my hot oil treatment (which will give the hair moisture back and keep it from breaking) i use Jojoba Oil or Do-Gro for even thicker hair XD (used every month)

4. My leave in Conditioner is Infusium 23 not the cream, the lighter liquid (used daily)

5. My pomade is Indian Hemp which is light and natural, the ingredient is almost all, it's amazing (used after daily moisturizing lotion)

6. Hair Moisturizer = Olive Oil Moisturizing Lotion (daily, either at night or in the morning)

To put it in a nutshell, we're giving the hair alot of moisture so it can be flexible and not break when it's put under stress. You should develop a hair care regimen that works for you. Not all hair types are the same, but I'm following my sister's hair care regimen, and she's natural right now. With this regimen(at least the main parts of what you should use on your hair *STAY WITH NATURAL INGREDIENTS * should definitely help your hair grow long and healthy. If you want too, you can straighten your hair (use a nonmetalic one and a heat protectant >.

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