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scrunching 4a "just for me texturized" hair

InayahLInayahL Posts: 4Registered Users
Hey guys, im new to the site and so far i like it!:tweety:

My question and problem is about trying to scrunch my african american texturized hair. My hair has been natural for as long as i can remember BUT as i got older i wanted more looks as most teens do (im 2O now). So around that time i had a just for me texturizer put in my hair to keep my texture but loosen the tightness of my curls. My hair is SUPER STRONG and you can pull my hair strand super hard before it even snaps. When my hair is wet its straight and soft BUT when it starts to air dry or after its blown out with a basic dryer its soft with more of a straightened slightly frizzy and poofy from the roots meltdown:sad8: ( i call it the troll doll look)


I recently came across a youtube video of a girl telling you how to achieve the "scrunched look" for black hair. She too has a just for me texturizer and when she washed her hair it looked exactly like mine does! so i figured this HAS to work. Well i later found out she was black and puerto rican so her hair has more of a natural softer curl than mine does and when i tried the same exact steps as she did my hair turned out HORRIBLE! it was hard from the products (mainly mouse and garnier fructis with some pantene pro-v products) and it puffed and frizzed as it dried *sigh*

The look i wanted to achieve (and still do) is the same look my hair has when i put conditioner in it (straight and slightly wavy yet dry) is there anyone who can help me?!



Heres the video of the scrunched hair look /home/leaving?target=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3D1_cocTYnDSo" class="Popup


and this is a pic i found of someone with scrunched hair. Its supposed to look how it does at the top to middle. my hair is about medium length and to my shoulders

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PLEASE HELP

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  • Cali ChikCali Chik Posts: 1,494Registered Users
    InayahL wrote: »
    Hey guys, im new to the site and so far i like it!:tweety:

    My question and problem is about trying to scrunch my african american texturized hair. My hair has been natural for as long as i can remember BUT as i got older i wanted more looks as most teens do (im 2O now). So around that time i had a just for me texturizer put in my hair to keep my texture but loosen the tightness of my curls. My hair is SUPER STRONG and you can pull my hair strand super hard before it even snaps. When my hair is wet its straight and soft BUT when it starts to air dry or after its blown out with a basic dryer its soft with more of a straightened slightly frizzy and poofy from the roots meltdown:sad8: ( i call it the troll doll look)


    I recently came across a youtube video of a girl telling you how to achieve the "scrunched look" for black hair. She too has a just for me texturizer and when she washed her hair it looked exactly like mine does! so i figured this HAS to work. Well i later found out she was black and puerto rican so her hair has more of a natural softer curl than mine does and when i tried the same exact steps as she did my hair turned out HORRIBLE! it was hard from the products (mainly mouse and garnier fructis with some pantene pro-v products) and it puffed and frizzed as it dried *sigh*

    The look i wanted to achieve (and still do) is the same look my hair has when i put conditioner in it (straight and slightly wavy yet dry) is there anyone who can help me?!



    Heres the video of the scrunched hair look /home/leaving?target=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3D1_cocTYnDSo" class="Popup


    and this is a pic i found of someone with relaxed scrunched hair

    sc.jpg


    PLEASE HELP
    Wait... you WANT your hair to look like the hair in the picture? Well uh... ok...

    um... Have you tried using those soft flexi rods? Try leaving it in overnight with some spritz.
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  • InayahLInayahL Posts: 4Registered Users
    Cali Chik wrote: »
    InayahL wrote: »
    Hey guys, im new to the site and so far i like it!:tweety:

    My question and problem is about trying to scrunch my african american texturized hair. My hair has been natural for as long as i can remember BUT as i got older i wanted more looks as most teens do (im 2O now). So around that time i had a just for me texturizer put in my hair to keep my texture but loosen the tightness of my curls. My hair is SUPER STRONG and you can pull my hair strand super hard before it even snaps. When my hair is wet its straight and soft BUT when it starts to air dry or after its blown out with a basic dryer its soft with more of a straightened slightly frizzy and poofy from the roots meltdown:sad8: ( i call it the troll doll look)


    I recently came across a youtube video of a girl telling you how to achieve the "scrunched look" for black hair. She too has a just for me texturizer and when she washed her hair it looked exactly like mine does! so i figured this HAS to work. Well i later found out she was black and puerto rican so her hair has more of a natural softer curl than mine does and when i tried the same exact steps as she did my hair turned out HORRIBLE! it was hard from the products (mainly mouse and garnier fructis with some pantene pro-v products) and it puffed and frizzed as it dried *sigh*

    The look i wanted to achieve (and still do) is the same look my hair has when i put conditioner in it (straight and slightly wavy yet dry) is there anyone who can help me?!



    Heres the video of the scrunched hair look /home/leaving?target=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3D1_cocTYnDSo" class="Popup


    and this is a pic i found of someone with relaxed scrunched hair

    sc.jpg


    PLEASE HELP
    Wait... you WANT your hair to look like the hair in the picture? Well uh... ok...

    um... Have you tried using those soft flexi rods? Try leaving it in overnight with some spritz.

    lOl no not THAT big. im gonna see if i can find another pic and no i just wanted to try something that i could wash and go for the summer and doesnt spritz dry your hair out?
  • Sandy CoilsSandy Coils Posts: 662Registered Users
    Am I the only one that sees 2 different pics? :oops: :dontknow:
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  • NikG20NikG20 Posts: 461Registered Users
    I see two different pictures as well.

    OP I think if you could possibly post a picture that would help. It sounds like all of your curls/waves are gone from the relaxer though so you may not be able to acheive the same results. I remember girls in HS scrunching their (naturally straight) hair and it still looked straight, just scrunched and hard. lol...

    Personally I'm not a huge fan of the scrunched look. I tried scrunching and plopping on my own hair and it was a mess. I don't like how it looks at all.

    Hopefully someone else can help! Good luck.
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  • NikG20NikG20 Posts: 461Registered Users
    Also, you may be able to achieve a somewhat similar look by doing a braid out. Maybe try two french braids.
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  • BekkaPooBekkaPoo Posts: 3,861Registered Users
    Am I the only one that sees 2 different pics? :oops: :dontknow:

    Nope.. me too.
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  • EllyEllyOxenFreeEllyEllyOxenFree Posts: 6,446Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    When I was transitioning I used to scrunch my hair in order to not use heat (but it was BIG because my roots were curly and voluminous and my hair is thick). Pardon my mean mug, I had just used a gel I didn't like and and showing my dislike, lol!
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  • Sandy CoilsSandy Coils Posts: 662Registered Users
    ellepixie wrote: »
    When I was transitioning I used to scrunch my hair in order to not use heat (but it was BIG because my roots were curly and voluminous and my hair is thick). Pardon my mean mug, I had just used a gel I didn't like and and showing my dislike, lol!
    020.jpg?w=261&h=300

    [buylink=http://www.curlmart.com/Kinky-Curly-Curling-Custard-p-778.html?utm_source=naturallycurly.com&utm_medium=text-link&utm_content=curltalk-post-text&utm_campaign=kinkycurly-curling-custard]KCCC[/buylink] was the best gel I used to get good scrunched hair. However, if your hair has been straightened too much by heat/relaxers, it's not going to curl. My hair was always a bit rebellious against relaxers so it wasn't completely straight.



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  • NikG20NikG20 Posts: 461Registered Users
    ellepixie wrote: »
    When I was transitioning I used to scrunch my hair in order to not use heat (but it was BIG because my roots were curly and voluminous and my hair is thick). Pardon my mean mug, I had just used a gel I didn't like and and showing my dislike, lol!
    020.jpg?w=261&h=300

    [buylink=http://www.curlmart.com/Kinky-Curly-Curling-Custard-p-778.html?utm_source=naturallycurly.com&utm_medium=text-link&utm_content=curltalk-post-text&utm_campaign=kinkycurly-curling-custard]KCCC[/buylink] was the best gel I used to get good scrunched hair. However, if your hair has been straightened too much by heat/relaxers, it's not going to curl. My hair was always a bit rebellious against relaxers so it wasn't completely straight.

    Yours actually looks CUTE! Looks like a braid out, lots of volume. See I don't like the stringy, hard, flat scrunchy looking look. I guess that's the best way for me to explain it, lol.
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  • EllyEllyOxenFreeEllyEllyOxenFree Posts: 6,446Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    NikG20 wrote: »
    ellepixie wrote: »
    When I was transitioning I used to scrunch my hair in order to not use heat (but it was BIG because my roots were curly and voluminous and my hair is thick). Pardon my mean mug, I had just used a gel I didn't like and and showing my dislike, lol!
    020.jpg?w=261&h=300

    [buylink=http://www.curlmart.com/Kinky-Curly-Curling-Custard-p-778.html?utm_source=naturallycurly.com&utm_medium=text-link&utm_content=curltalk-post-text&utm_campaign=kinkycurly-curling-custard]KCCC[/buylink] was the best gel I used to get good scrunched hair. However, if your hair has been straightened too much by heat/relaxers, it's not going to curl. My hair was always a bit rebellious against relaxers so it wasn't completely straight.

    Yours actually looks CUTE! Looks like a braid out, lots of volume. See I don't like the stringy, hard, flat scrunchy looking look. I guess that's the best way for me to explain it, lol.

    Aw, thanks guys! Yes, ITA about the stringy, crunchy look. It would look like that when I initially applied gel - I would let it get to about 70-80% dry like that to set my hair (hiding in my apt if possible), then scrunch out the crunch like crazy to give it volume and make the curls soft and fluffy. Only problem was when my roots started growing out you could see the two textures clearly and to me it looked wack...like I had these pretty curls at my roots then it started to fall into waves...it was just too different.
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  • hippychichippychic Posts: 4,673Registered Users
    pretty pic ellepixie :)
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  • Nappy_curly_crownNappy_curly_crown Posts: 4,162Registered Users Curl Connoisseur
    Cali Chik wrote: »
    Wait... you WANT your hair to look like the hair in the picture? Well uh... ok...

    um... Have you tried using those soft flexi rods? Try leaving it in overnight with some spritz.

    I just want you to know I am HOLLERN over here...:lol::lol:
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  • Cali ChikCali Chik Posts: 1,494Registered Users
    Cali Chik wrote: »
    Wait... you WANT your hair to look like the hair in the picture? Well uh... ok...

    um... Have you tried using those soft flexi rods? Try leaving it in overnight with some spritz.

    I just want you to know I am HOLLERN over here...:lol::lol:
    LOL looking back it was kind of an @$$hole question.

    but anyway am I trippin or did the pic change in the original post? And uh... I never saw TWO pics but now i'm seeing different pics.
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  • curlsugarcurlsugar Posts: 240Registered Users
    the OP explained that she changed the original picture to a different one since the first one wasn't a good representation of how she wanted her hair to look. i don't blame her since she got a rude response with her original pic up.
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  • Curly1908Curly1908 Posts: 192Registered Users
    That looks a HOT mess.

    You'd be better off putting a stronger relaxer in your hair and rocking straight hair than rocking that mess.
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  • TorimomTorimom Posts: 258Registered Users
    The look i wanted to achieve (and still do) is the same look my hair has when i put conditioner in it (straight and slightly wavy yet dry) is there anyone who can help me?!


    If that's the look you want just leave the conditioner in it and let it dry. Have you seen Terri's method on TightlyCurly.com. There's no rule that you have to rinse out your conditioner.
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  • EllyEllyOxenFreeEllyEllyOxenFree Posts: 6,446Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    curlsugar wrote: »
    the OP explained that she changed the original picture to a different one since the first one wasn't a good representation of how she wanted her hair to look. i don't blame her since she got a rude response with her original pic up.

    I understand what you're saying curlsugar, but shouldn't people also research a site before they post on it? I'm sure most of the women on this site are not against relaxers, but we have hair that is curled WAY tighter than that and I don't think anyone here really needs to use a scrunching technique to get curls...she may get a different response in the 2 section or the relaxed section.
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  • curlsugarcurlsugar Posts: 240Registered Users
    ellepixie wrote: »
    curlsugar wrote: »
    the OP explained that she changed the original picture to a different one since the first one wasn't a good representation of how she wanted her hair to look. i don't blame her since she got a rude response with her original pic up.

    I understand what you're saying curlsugar, but shouldn't people also research a site before they post on it? I'm sure most of the women on this site are not against relaxers, but we have hair that is curled WAY tighter than that and I don't think anyone here really needs to use a scrunching technique to get curls...she may get a different response in the 2 section or the relaxed section.
    :dontknow:

    i don't disagree with you at all. but i also feel she could've simply been directed to another section of the board rather than being laughed at (literally). i remember my days as a newbie and i was grateful to the people who were patient with me.
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  • EllyEllyOxenFreeEllyEllyOxenFree Posts: 6,446Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    curlsugar wrote: »
    ellepixie wrote: »
    curlsugar wrote: »
    the OP explained that she changed the original picture to a different one since the first one wasn't a good representation of how she wanted her hair to look. i don't blame her since she got a rude response with her original pic up.

    I understand what you're saying curlsugar, but shouldn't people also research a site before they post on it? I'm sure most of the women on this site are not against relaxers, but we have hair that is curled WAY tighter than that and I don't think anyone here really needs to use a scrunching technique to get curls...she may get a different response in the 2 section or the relaxed section.
    :dontknow:

    i don't disagree with you at all. but i also feel she could've simply been directed to another section of the board rather than being laughed at (literally). i remember my days as a newbie and i was grateful to the people who were patient with me.

    True, I feel you. Hey I tried to help her!
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  • curlsugarcurlsugar Posts: 240Registered Users
    ellepixie wrote: »
    curlsugar wrote: »
    ellepixie wrote: »

    I understand what you're saying curlsugar, but shouldn't people also research a site before they post on it? I'm sure most of the women on this site are not against relaxers, but we have hair that is curled WAY tighter than that and I don't think anyone here really needs to use a scrunching technique to get curls...she may get a different response in the 2 section or the relaxed section.
    :dontknow:

    i don't disagree with you at all. but i also feel she could've simply been directed to another section of the board rather than being laughed at (literally). i remember my days as a newbie and i was grateful to the people who were patient with me.

    True, I feel you. Hey I tried to help her!

    haha yes, yes you did. :) i wish i could help too, but i got nothin.
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  • EllyEllyOxenFreeEllyEllyOxenFree Posts: 6,446Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    curlsugar wrote: »
    haha yes, yes you did. :) i wish i could help too, but i got nothin.

    See, that's the thing though, lol! For the most part, "we got nothin" because we don't have relaxed/straight hair. One of my friends asked me what she should put in her relaxed hair and why I didn't have a section on my blog for relaxed hair; I looked at that child like she was plum crazy. I think people just get a bit taken aback when we get questions like that. At least she didn't go on Nappurality and ask!
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  • hippychichippychic Posts: 4,673Registered Users
    ellepixie wrote: »
    curlsugar wrote: »
    haha yes, yes you did. :) i wish i could help too, but i got nothin.

    See, that's the thing though, lol! For the most part, "we got nothin" because we don't have relaxed/straight hair. One of my friends asked me what she should put in her relaxed hair and why I didn't have a section on my blog for relaxed hair; I looked at that child like she was plum crazy. I think people just get a bit taken aback when we get questions like that. At least she didn't go on Nappurality and ask!
    :sign5:

    i think some people need to develop a thicker skin if they are online. you never really know who you will encounter and can't let people make you curl up into a ball and cry over hair advice.:tweety:
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  • curlsugarcurlsugar Posts: 240Registered Users
    i don't think it's okay to explain away rude behavior by saying people need to develop thicker skin. i think it makes more sense to just not be rude in the first place.
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  • Nicky791Nicky791 Posts: 679Registered Users
    I honestly don't see anything wrong with this OP question...I just think she posted it under the wrong board. I understand that everyone is entitled to their opinion but I think it's out of line to exibit negativity toward an obvious newcomer to our site...we should help and direct not judge and ignore.
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  • qteeqtee Posts: 163Registered Users
    Cali Chik wrote: »

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    PLEASE HELP
    Wait... you WANT your hair to look like the hair in the picture? Well uh... ok...

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  • murrrcatmurrrcat Posts: 9,596Registered Users
    I never understood why girls with straight hair put that gel in it and had crunchy straight hair and called it "my curly hair day". Don't make no sense.


    Anyway. I don't know what your talking about either, I mean I don't know what you're hair looks like so I can't really help you, BUT if i was trying to go for that look, I would braid my hair into pig tails wear that at night and un do it, the braid would probably scrunch the crunch, unless your hair was still wet, if your hair was still damp then you could put gel in it for that look, or if your hair was dry it would still almost look like that look but be softer looking and not gel looking.
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  • MixedUpCurlyChickMixedUpCurlyChick Posts: 2,568Registered Users
    ellepixie wrote: »
    curlsugar wrote: »
    haha yes, yes you did. :) i wish i could help too, but i got nothin.

    See, that's the thing though, lol! For the most part, "we got nothin" because we don't have relaxed/straight hair. One of my friends asked me what she should put in her relaxed hair and why I didn't have a section on my blog for relaxed hair; I looked at that child like she was plum crazy. I think people just get a bit taken aback when we get questions like that. At least she didn't go on Nappurality and ask!

    lmao...and adorable pic btw...I didn't think u looked "mean"...u look like u make faces like that IRL and get away with it lol. If I made that face, I might scare lil chilren.
    curlsugar wrote: »
    i don't think it's okay to explain away rude behavior by saying people need to develop thicker skin. i think it makes more sense to just not be rude in the first place.

    Agreed. It does get annoying when ppl ask certain questions, but you're absolutely right...the helpful thing to do would be to direct the poster to a more appropriate board. Like EP said, most of us here really don't have a need for scrunching, but maybe the OP didn't know that :dontknow:
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  • MixedUpCurlyChickMixedUpCurlyChick Posts: 2,568Registered Users
    turtles wrote: »
    I never understood why girls with straight hair put that gel in it and had crunchy straight hair and called it "my curly hair day". Don't make no sense.

    I thought I was the only one lol. I don't get that look either. Not trying to be mean...I just honestly don't.
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  • werenumber2werenumber2 Posts: 260Registered Users
    Karen from the Where Did U Get That blog has relaxed hair that she scrunches curly:

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    I'm sure she would be happy to describe her methods if you message her.
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