Taming the Curly Beast
I so remember when my niece discovered her natural hair. My brother's girlfriend was trying to be helpful and did her hair for him. Let's just say she wasn't ready! My baby's hair was a tangled mess of oil and little black rubber bands. Her little face was so sad. All she could say was, " Auntie, please don't ever let her touch me again!" I re-did her hair and she lived through it. With all her hair too. I recently realized that a lot of your little ladies are having very similar experiences as my niece and you guys are unaware of it.
My brother's girlfriend thought she did a great job. Let's call her Ann. To Ann's defense, she did as best as she could. Unaware of the fact that my niece's spongy hair is a beast of another kind. It's awesome when it's wet. It has pretty curl patterns and looks real shinny. But, after that drying time passes; all the natural kink bust out and kills a style. Let's collectively say, HOT MESS!!!!!!!!!!! By the time I saw it there was no taming it. All you natural beauties know what I'm talking about. No product or accessory will help it out, either. You have 1 or 2 options. Start again from scratch or put on a hat and try again tomorrow.
I have put together a list of products, tools and styles that mom's can use on that naturally curly, semi-straight in the back, edges too dry and not growing, could us a trim, hair.
PI am just a girl who loves her job (owning and styling at HUC!) and is pretty good at explaining hair to other people.
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