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Re: Is Natural Hair Preferred Over Chemically Treated Hair? by Nobody: 12:41am On Nov 30, 2012
charlsecy4: Women love any hair that is not their own!

SOOO not true!
I love my natural hair more than anything.
In fact I am transitioning from processed hair.

It's been nearly 6 months since I last had a perm or even hair dye in my hair. cool

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Re: Is Natural Hair Preferred Over Chemically Treated Hair? by baby124: 2:00am On Dec 01, 2012
Depends on the texture, my hair is a contradiction. Long, thick and very tough. But I have a very sensitive scalp. . All that natural stuff won't work for me. Been doing it myself and my hair when relaxed is at the middle of my back. cool. wink. Its more manageable this way. My hair was breaking combs when I was small.lol.
 
Re: Is Natural Hair Preferred Over Chemically Treated Hair? by Lovelyempress(f): 2:05pm On Dec 27, 2012
baby_123: Depends on the texture, my hair is a contradiction. Long, thick and very tough. But I have a very sensitive scalp. . All that natural stuff won't work for me. Been doing it myself and my hair when relaxed is at the middle of my back. cool. wink. Its more manageable this way. My hair was breaking combs when I was small.lol.
Yeah I had that same problem but I noticed my hair was much longer when it was natural as a child. I agree natural hair is hard wrk and I agree not everyone wants to go through all that
 
 
 

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