Looking For a Big Sis....STL, MO HEEEEEELLLLLLLPPPPPPP!!

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Looking For a Big Sis....STL, MO HEEEEEELLLLLLLPPPPPPP!!

Post by NewlyNaturalT on 5th January 2011, 1:33 pm

Hello, I am sooo in need of a big sister. Someone to help me along on this journey. My last relaxer was 1/8/2010. I have been flat ironing it up until just recently. I am ready to wear my natural but I keep fighting with myself about the bc. I am soooo ready to bc but everytime the day comes I find something else to do. Why?! Maybe because I'm not used to short hair I don't know but I am so TIRED of transitioning and I want to see what my natural hair looks like. What kind of curls do I have? I just want to be free! I suck at styling hair and have no talent when it comes to being creative with hair. I have to pay someone to keep my 5 year old daughters hair braided. I cant flat twist or cornroll. When I do my twist outs they come out frizzy looking and I dont know how to sleep on them to keep them up for a few days. I have a satin pillow case and bonnett and what not but my hair is flat in the mornings. I have so many questions... Like whats the proper way to revive morning hair, how do I get soft-bouncy hair, how do I grow my hair, whats the best way to braid or twist to acheive good curls/crinkles, how often should I wash and deep condition, how do I keep my hair moisturized and the list goes on...... I just need guidance and someone I can go to when I have a question or need to vent about my bad hair days lol. Thank you in advanced!!!

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Re: Looking For a Big Sis....STL, MO HEEEEEELLLLLLLPPPPPPP!!

Post by LittleOne on 8th January 2011, 3:59 pm

Hey NewlyNaturalT!

I'm sure someone in STL will pop up. Until then, try a Twist Out with these instructions.... http://www.hairliberty.org/black-hair-care/diy/natural-hair/twist-n-curl-tutorial.html . Make sure to use a creamy leave in and shine serum.

Also, here's articles on deep conditioning and washing....

http://www.hairliberty.org/black-hair-care/articles/hair-care-secrets/deep-conditioning.html

http://www.hairliberty.org/black-hair-care/articles/hair-education/shampoo-schedule.html

I think that info will really help you. Other than that, don't BC if you're not ready. Just start with a hair cut and get as much as you are comfortable with taken off. HTH Smile Good luck!
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