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Anyone else wear a beanie just to make their hair straight?
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>>14402933
Look into leave-in conditoners. Fixed my jewfro problem immediately.
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>>14403842
Ohh I'm also growing my hair out as well
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>>14403842
what brand? there's a ton appearently. not op.
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>>14402933

Hah, I'm growing my hair out to have trad-goth hair that looks ratted.
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>>14404025
Same. It was impossible to do curly bangs before as a half-Chinese, half-SEA mutt with crazy frizzy hair.
>>14404077
I'm still pretty new to it, but my barber recommended trying anything with shea butter in it. I got this tub of Cantu rn and it's working well enough for what I need.

Something also important he recommended is when you dry your hair after a shower, use a cotton t-shirt to lightly pat it to a less damp level, never use a harsh bath towel. When it's to a manageable wetness, put on a bit of the conditioner and just play around with it.
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>>14402933
lol I put on a beanie for a few minutes right after I wash my hair
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>>14402933
I don't have to :^)



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