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Lots of discussion...I never have curly hair type. I have straight hair but want to curly one now. I always see people who have different different curly types. I am confused which will suits me best.I confused. Please help me out.

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I like your idea.  I think my hair feels its most natural after a chelating wash and deep conditioning. 
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Drinking more water helps to reduce weight .because many people asks water when they are hungry, it helps to improve digestion system it also helps for skin glow.
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I use hair conditioners after washing my hair, by applying curd and a teaspoon honey regular before shampoo feels my hair smooth and silky.

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I agree totally. When you type your hair it should be after washing with regular shampoo,otherwise it will tangle much.there are many kinds of curly you can visit curly lace wigs
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Ceramic is useful for 21th hair and the latter for thicker curly hair. The Sedu hair isiwtiko Sedu flat iron or have two plates of iron.
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I have a question,i like curly hair,it looks femine,nice whatever terrific!i never curl my hair,i just straight my hair,because i think curly hair do not fit me well,i am,baby fact,big,round face.I really want to have a try,but afraid!^^Confused
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I agree with you guys.Nobody has laid out what the different types are....
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Originally posted by andriyam andriyam wrote:

i think there must be a dedicated section just for different curly hair, though i am new in this forum, hope my views will be given a second thought by you guyz.
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I haven't found that anyone really answers a newbie's questions here. They just chat with each other. I will be staying in the BellOnline forums where I get some interaction.
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i think there must be a dedicated section just for different curly hair, though i am new in this forum, hope my views will be given a second thought by you guyz.
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New here. Smile
 
i have heard the term before but still have no idea how do 'type' my hair. Do I have to read the book? Or is there a place that lists the info in an easy to understand manner?
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So, what is curly  hair typing? People keep saying that they're 3c's or 2a's, but what does that mean?
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I haven't had much luck from sulfate-free shampoo either.  I get build-up on my scalp really bad.  I mainly use regular shampoo on my scalp and organic shampoo on the length so it's not so drying.
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HI Hairbraider! Thanks so much! I am going to check out your site now! You're right, the healthier the hair the less frizz and better curl. I'm trying to keep all heat tools away except for the blow dryer twice a week.

How long is my hair you ask? LOL
I wear extensions so it's fairly long but my own hair comes down to my shoulders.

I'm really interested in changing up my cleansing routine. I use shampoo with sulfates, yay! I feel like that's what gets my hair clean. I wash my hair two times a week. The other days, in the morning I spray my hair with water/conditioner mix.

Thanks for your warm welcome!

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Welcome, Malibu!  I'm not here alot because my time is limited, but I try to check in now and then.  (you can always find me on the long hair support forum or pm me if you have a specific question for me or something) 
 
I think the most important thing for having great curls is to have healthy hair.  I know from experience that the healthier it is, the better the curls form, the less it frizzes.  You can read all about my hair routine and products I use and stuff on my site. (link below) 
 
Do you have a pic of yours?  How long is it?
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Hi! I have curly hair and I have no idea what type it is but I know it's several types all over the place. It's also frizzy. I tried the Noodle Head from Sally's and I must say, it makes a difference for the better! It definitely controls the frizz. It's not a miracle cream but it helps a lot.

On the second day (after I washed my hair) I spray my hair with a water/conditioner mix. That seems to help.

With all that said, my hair has been straight via Yuko for five years and it's finally all grown out. I'm still trying to figure out how to control it but it's been tough. In fact this week I straightened my hair for the first time since Februrary!! and I have to admit, I love it straight. Since I know the flat iron is harsh on my hair I just really want to learn how to wear it curly.

I have fine hair and it's wavy/curly/frizzy. Yum I know.

I'd love to keep this forum active!! Hopefully you guys are still around to chat!

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Originally posted by MSHONEY MSHONEY wrote:

Why don't we both come up with a pre-typing routine then compare and refine them whenever we get the chance?
 
Something like this:
1. deep cleanse to remove all build-up of products (and/or hard water deposits).  I like to use 1 tsp regular shampoo + 1 tsp baking soda.  Gently but thoroughly massage all through hair and scalp, rinse very thoroughly. 
2. deep condition because you just totally stripped your hair and it's very fragile now.  I like to use a big glob of real mayonaise (not low fat, not miracle whip).  Smear it all through the hair immediately after washing and rinsing, clip it up and wrap the entire scalp area and all hair in plastic wrap or a plastic bag and then wrap a warm towel around it, leave for 30 minutes, rinse with warm water.
3. air dry completely, try not to touch your hair while it's drying.  Do not comb or brush or run fingers through, do not add styling products. 
4. your hair should now be at least very close to it's natural state.
5. if your hair is badly damaged, heavily color treated, or chemically straightened this won't work.  You'll have to work to improve the condition of your hair before you'll be able to see what it's naturally like.
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has anyone read that Curly Girl book by Lorraine Massey? it sounds like it is about the same thing as Ophra's hairdresser's. I am waiting for the library to get my copy transfered over from another branch, they said it was gonna take 10 days!Shocked
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I am SO sorry that I haven't replied sooner. I haven't written anything down yet. pm me to remind me to do it this week. 
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