Black female hair care?
I am a black.What do you black females do with your hair,is it permed,natural,hot combed?How do you keep it good?I had natural thick black people hair and a lot of it,then I permed it,and now its real long and i still have a lot of it. Do you think I should go back natural or stay this way.It isn't damaged or anything.I just keep getting so much new growth and everyone thinks its nice permed.I should've never permed it
If I leave it permed,what are some hairstyles besides a ponytail that I could put it in?
I feel weird with it permed,I miss my braids,but i'm in high school.What do you think?
- 1Lv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
same here...I feel weird with my hair straight....just look threw the black hair magazine...they have alot of nice styles in there
if you are more confortable with it natural...then do it...BUT it will be a LONG process you will have to grow your hair out...and will have to keep it in braids or something until it completely grows out... and you'll have to make sure your hair NEVER dries out...
OR you can have your hair waves =]...if you texturized you hair...yoiu can put some mousse in it...it will take a while for the curls to look perfect...you'll have to keep doing it for a good while...my sister does...and it looks soo good
oh and you shouldn't have your hair pulled back so often...you're forehead will grow...if you know what I mean...I wear my hair down often...so when I put my hair in one...my hairline is nice and thick...so be carefulSource(s): Moi;D
- Anonymous4 years ago
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
im not black... lol
but i was in cosmetology and we do learn bout all different ethnicities of hair care.
either way....i dont think t matter whether you perm it or not....i think it looks good both ways...
but you take LESS chance damaging it if you keep it natural.
besides a pony tail... you could try a head-band every once in a while....
try jus puttin twist on one side of ya head... let tha rest be curly n wavy...or half way round....i kno u kno wat im talkin bout....even everyonce in a while get some extentions or sum'um ta spice it up...try a few highlights...but some thing that still looks natural.
if u have longer hair....try puttin layers in it...to give it some volume n life...
but well hope i help u out alil bit ther.Source(s): my cosmetology courses
- Anonymous1 decade ago
My hair is permed, and my hair is past my shoulder. I apply an hair dressing to my hair and scalp twice a week and message it in. I use an hair dressing that contains natural herbs and vitamins and minerals. I also use a oil sheen hair spray to my hair before styling every morning. I don't use rubber bands on my hair. Also don't over comb and brush your hair, this causes your hair to stretch and break off. I also do not use heated hair appliance to my hair. Shampoo your hair every 7 to 10 days. Our hair does not need to be shampooed and conditioned every week. That ruins our hair and we loose our natural oils in our hair. I wet set my hair. For permed hair styles is the same hair styles for pressed hair. Just buy you some plastic, magnetic rollers with the smooth barrel and roll up your hair every night. Or wrap your hair up and wear it straight. Or just roll your hair up half way up and wear loose bouncy curls or roll up the ends for loose cursl. There are a lot of hair styles for relax hair.
I wear my hair in sprial curls on the week days and wear loose curls on the weekends.
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- Mushtaq ALv 71 decade ago
There should be no problem with you hair abiet you are black. You must be having stronger hair than other white coloured women. Nice to meet you.
- 1 decade ago