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4c Hair Help

Post by natural918 on 11th February 2011, 3:41 pm

Okay, I need all my REAL 4c sistahs to help me with this one!

I BC'd 3 weeks ago and I need some help. How do you get your hair to look curly w/o applying all that "gunk" to it? I see videos and the people say they are 4c's, but it is highly apparent that they are not a 4c. Or maybe I'm a 4Z!

What product(s) are good for this texture of hair to make it curly? I don't want to apply all that Eco Gel...gel activator....etc. I want SOFT hair after the product...NOT hard hair! Pleeez help me!

THANK YOU!!!

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Re: 4c Hair Help

Post by ladybug on 13th February 2011, 12:15 pm

I am 4B, and I use KCCC. I also use Oyin's burnt sugar to soften and seal my hair.
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Re: 4c Hair Help

Post by krissyc39 on 13th February 2011, 5:07 pm

I'm not a 4C but I had a lot of problems dealing with my hair in any state (wet, dry straightened) when it wasn't moisturized properly. Once I started to do baggy treatments every time my hair felt dry (which was anywhere from a day to a week) my hair started to behave a lot better and clumped together and curled more too. I don't know how to describe how my hair feels but I am now able to use my hands and oil to get the same results as brushing my hair with gel.

HTH!
I'm sorry I can't help with the products tho Sad
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Re: 4c Hair Help

Post by meepmeep1101 on 13th February 2011, 7:11 pm

Didn't you already post this? Tons of people responded when you first posted. O_O
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Post by Jo Somebody on 14th February 2011, 7:07 am

I think my hair is 4c (tansitioning so can't tell). If it's not naturally curly, it's not naturally curly. *shrugs* I'm just gonna ensure that it's healthy.
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Re: 4c Hair Help

Post by natural918 on 14th February 2011, 10:51 am

@ meepmeep1101...I only posted this once, but I thank everyone that continues to give me their comments versus questioning how many times I post thisquestion.
I am VERY new to the natural club, so if I post it a thousand times then so be it. Please post comments to help me versus criticizing my post.
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Post by meepmeep1101 on 14th February 2011, 11:56 am

natural918 wrote:@ meepmeep1101...I only posted this once, but I thank everyone that continues to give me their comments versus questioning how many times I post thisquestion.
I am VERY new to the natural club, so if I post it a thousand times then so be it. Please post comments to help me versus criticizing my post.
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You didn't post this once, and I am not criticizing. I'm just saying that you never responded to your other post where there were lots of respondants. So by doing that, I was helping. I don't care how much post. I was just telling you. No need to get snappy. Very Happy
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Re: 4c Hair Help

Post by Ekaette on 14th February 2011, 8:32 pm

I'm 4b/cnapp and no amount of product will make my hair "curly"
I have teeny individual coils but unless you're inches away from my hair, it will always look "undefined", not curly and defined like a 4a's hair would look.
It may be an issue with your texture and not a product issue
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Re: 4c Hair Help

Post by creolebeauty1 on 14th February 2011, 10:43 pm

I believe i saw and replied to this topic already but maybe i'm wrong Suspect but i will say this as far as getting your hair "curly" if you don't have a curl pattern when you wet your hair more than likely no product will make it curly that's why the creams are called curl enhancing cremes and gel they are meant to enhance what you already have like someone else said as your hair get longer the curl pattern will become more apparent but if you can't see it now it' pretty much non existent , i would concentrate on growing it out and maintaining it as healthy as possible for now
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