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How to stay committed to wearing natural hair?!?

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Submitted : 2018-06-14 23:11:03    Popularity:     

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After cutting dead ends and wearing my hair natural for a while I’ve finally gotten my natural curl pattern back (2c) but recently it’s been difficult to resist straightening my hair. I’ve been straightening it every week for the past four weeks and every

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If you ever have the urge to straighten it then use a heat protector on your hair before you apply heat to it. This can help reduce the damage that flat irons can cause. Or don't use flat irons when you straighten your hair.
If you don't want to straighten it then lock up your flat irons some where that you're not tempted to dig them out and use them. Let your hair dry naturally as often as possible. Use conditioner when you shampoo and even consider using a leave in conditioner, curly hair can be dryer then normal hair. Also getting a good hair cut can be life changing to people with curly hair.

Try wigs! Get one that looks like your straightened hair, so when you want to straighten it you can wear the wig, on natural days wear your hair!

As she said a picture of someones hair you admire. I used to be so indoctronated to straight long hair. When I first started I surrounded my social media with curly haired girls, followed groups for natural hair. It reminded me my curly hair is beautiful and not messy i DONT need to straighten it!

Remember also that if you go back to heat damage you might never get the look you wish to have! You'll always be repeating the same vicious cycle!

If it is long enough try protective styles, or flexi rods. Braids Buns all of those things are great for curly hair. Mine is permanantly in braids because I can't be bothered to make it look decent every day!

it'll destroy your hair.

1. Stay focus, NATURAL is better & healthier for the hair's concern.
2. Have a cut-out or photograph of someone's curly hair you admire, where you can see it all the time, like in the bathroom or magnet on your fridge or closet door.
3. The new 2018 hairstyles is back to PERMS or curly hair. Grls with straight hair are getting their hairs CURLY again, and you already have them!



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