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|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by Ejadamen(f): 6:03pm On Dec 14, 2010|
Hi Ladies. I just had braids done. the harmattan has been fierce so I decided to do a protective style for my hair so i got braids done using black wool as my extension. It's cool and I love it.
|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by SAGoddess: 7:18am On Dec 15, 2010|
That is so cool Ejada, can't you post a pic (back of your head if you don't want face showing), pretty please!
I am also getting my hair cornrowed in wool when I go to Lesotho in two weeks' time, I will take a pic to post! I am so excited about it (hairstyle)!
|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by Ejadamen(f): 6:44pm On Dec 15, 2010|
SA Goddess:Lol. Here are some pics.
|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by 2blunt: 5:57am On Dec 16, 2010|
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|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by Nobody: 6:44am On Dec 16, 2010|
llmao@ the the subject title; "No gays plz"
I know that this is not a natural question, but does anyone know I can get great videos that demonstrates how to do pick up weave-on?
|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by InkedNerd(f): 7:23am On Dec 16, 2010|
What's pick up weave?
|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by Nobody: 7:27am On Dec 16, 2010|
Pick up braid I meant. So I can put weave on my head [not sure if I'm even saying it right.]
And pick up twist
|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by InkedNerd(f): 7:37am On Dec 16, 2010|
Oh so are they braids or just weave [as in sew, glued, fused, etc.]?
|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by Nobody: 7:47am On Dec 16, 2010|
Nah, just braids weaved with weaves.
|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by InkedNerd(f): 8:12am On Dec 16, 2010|
Hmmm, this is the first I'm hearing of this. Interesting . How is it done?
|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by Nobody: 8:18am On Dec 16, 2010|
lol Inked nerd. . . . its just a simple braid. You know, you use weave to braid hair to make it appear long. Like the previous pixs.
|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by InkedNerd(f): 8:44am On Dec 16, 2010|
lol I guess from the way you described it, I thought it was something else
|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by SAGoddess: 7:02am On Dec 20, 2010|
Very nicely done Ejada, love it.
I have got two styles in mind for now, I guess I will decide when I get there what I want!
|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by Ejadamen(f): 1:08pm On Dec 20, 2010|
SA Goddess:Thank you.
|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by SAGoddess: 7:29am On Jan 26, 2011|
How are you ladies and your fros doing? Mine is growing nicely, I have thoughts of putting chemicals in it to soften it a bit at times but I remember why I went natural in the first place, I have been strong.
I plaited in Dec, will post pic once downloaded, pity I had to take the plaits out too soon because I could not wash my hair. . . . .I love the "give it a good wash daily" thing. . . . . . . . .
|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by Ejadamen(f): 8:32pm On Jan 26, 2011|
I am yet to see what my 'fro looks like. I still have my wool braids in. I wash the hair occasionally but I haven't been moisturising and sealing as I should. Ah well I'll know the state of my hair in 2 weeks. Happy new year everyone!
|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by SAGoddess: 7:43am On Jan 27, 2011|
Happy New Year Ejada
At least you can wash your braids, I had flat plaits that I could not wash and I was getting rather uncomfortable so I managed to keep them in for two weeks only. . . . .
I will get braids in winter (I think) if I am over the trauma I went through the last time when I eventually cut my hair. . . . .
Nerd where are you girl? Madlady?
|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by madlady(f): 1:46pm On Jan 27, 2011|
Hi SA Goddess, hope your well.
So you had flat braids, i think that's what i call cainrow
I did cut mine but it did not suit me, it made my flaws more obvious, I ended micro braiding it in the end. It's easier and cheaper to maintain ,saves me money now that i am between jobs.
|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by SAGoddess: 3:12pm On Jan 27, 2011|
Hey Maddy, I am well girl, you good too?
I will post a pic as soon as I have it downloaded from my phone, didn't use the normal camera to take the pix. I think what I got is canerows but it was done in a funky style, will post as soon as I can.
Yeah, I agree you need something low maintenance if you are in between jobs,
|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by madlady(f): 4:00pm On Jan 27, 2011|
SA Goddess I'm ok, at least my Mum is still holding on, thanks to the Creator.
I will look in and see it. I hope @Inked Nerd comes in, she gave me so many really great money saving tips.
|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by InkedNerd(f): 9:37am On Feb 06, 2011|
lol, I'm here girl. I've been busy but I'm back now. How ya been? What's new?
lol, glad to know that my tips helped
|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by madlady(f): 4:17pm On Feb 06, 2011|
^^Your tips on @SA Goddess's thread and your natural products thread are helpful to all age ranges,money saving tips that really work are what we all need. It's great to get them from somenone who's so user friendly.
|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by SAGoddess: 3:06pm On Feb 09, 2011|
Hi Nerd and Madlady,
You ladies good?
Maddy, you mentioned something about mom still holding on, is she unwell? If so I hope she is getting better.
Nerd, I also haven't been around much, was on long leave and then took another week off work but I am back now.
Nerd's tips definitely help, this thread and hers have encouraged me in staying natural, thanks for all the priceless tips.
Be well guys!
|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by InkedNerd(f): 3:30pm On Feb 16, 2011|
Hello everyone. . . I'm so very happy that my tips have helped. I'll try to post some more. I've been away as well. The semester is about to start and I have work so I haven't had much time for NL
I hope all of you lovely ladies are well
|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by SAGoddess: 12:27pm On Feb 21, 2011|
Hey ladies. . . . . . . .I am also tied up at work Nerd so am hardly here but I do hope all the ladies are doing great. WOnder how Maddy is doing!!
|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by madlady(f): 3:59am On Feb 22, 2011|
|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by filnaija: 7:43pm On Feb 27, 2011|
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|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by SAGoddess: 7:56am On Feb 28, 2011|
Maybe you missed somehthing but this is about natural, kinky hair not straight factory hair, you may want to post elsewhere!
|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by SAGoddess: 12:59pm On Mar 15, 2011|
My afro is so big ladies, my arm even gets tired when combing through my bush. I should get plaits again soon but I am happy. I still have to get myself to condition weekly but I will get there!
|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by InkedNerd(f): 5:28pm On Mar 15, 2011|
Wow, that's good to hear .
|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by SAGoddess: 9:25am On Mar 16, 2011|
|Re: ***Hair For African Women*** by ExqHAIR: 3:39pm On Mar 18, 2011|
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