The odds of curly hair???

warfield1202warfield1202 Posts: 27Registered Users
Ok, I am in week 8 of my transition. I would like to know what are the odds of getting curly hair? Does that depend on the products used? If I had to guess, I would think my hair is going to be a 4b. Again, this is just a guess. So confused.
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  • Butterfly_CurlzButterfly_Curlz Posts: 955Registered Users
    Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but the reality is that unless you were born w/naturally "curly" hair you will not have it even after you transition, no matter what products you use (That is unless you plan on giving up the natural route and getting a curl put in it or something). Any product that says it can give you curly hair is a lie...those products just enhance/define the natural curls a person already has.

    Truth be told most of us have curly hair anyway however its the size, texture, amount, etc. that makes it all look different. So the bottom line is we can not control the type of hair that we have growing out of our heads... be it straight, wavy, curly or kinky. All we can do is take the best possible care of our hair that we can and embrace whatever it is God gave us. The reality is that you can have 4c hair but covet 3b hair and if that 4c hair is healthier and better taken care of than that 3b hair when you put them side by side the 4c hair will always look better than the other! Bottom line is love what you got because you will never have anything else...at least not naturally anyway (if you really want "curly" hair you can always do twist outs...)
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]Hair Type: A head full of THICK, normal porosity curls/coils that I am TOTALLY in LUV with!
    (Transitioned for 16 & 1/2 months)


    Loving:love10:: MC LI Condish, Raw shea butter, Coconut & Grapeseed Oil, SM raw shea butter shampoo,HEHH Conditioner, Braggs ACV & Egg, Mayo & EVOO PT's



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  • mekahwbbmekahwbb Posts: 109Registered Users
    Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but the reality is that unless you were born w/naturally "curly" hair you will not have it even after you transition, no matter what products you use (That is unless you plan on giving up the natural route and getting a curl put in it or something). Any product that says it can give you curly hair is a lie...those products just enhance/define the natural curls a person already has.

    Truth be told most of us have curly hair anyway however its the size, texture, amount, etc. that makes it all look different. So the bottom line is we can not control the type of hair that we have growing out of our heads... be it straight, wavy, curly or kinky. All we can do is take the best possible care of our hair that we can and embrace whatever it is God gave us. The reality is that you can have 4c hair but covet 3b hair and if that 4c hair is healthier and better taken care of than that 3b hair when you put them side by side the 4c hair will always look better than the other! Bottom line is love what you got because you will never have anything else...at least not naturally anyway (if you really want "curly" hair you can always do twist outs...)

    +1 Well said JaylensMami10
    :toothy4:

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    Around apl but going to wl
    coily, wavy, tightly curly, kinky, nappy hair:toothy4:
    Natural products are the bomb.

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