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Any curlies in Kuwait or middle east ?

SayoonSayoon Posts: 432Registered Users Curl Neophyte
Looking for curlies to share experience and available products in the region

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  • HoneycurlsHoneycurls Posts: 1,889Registered Users
    Sayoon wrote: »
    Looking for curlies to share experience and available products in the region

    We had at least one--sarasara--but she's decided she hates Americans and the US, so she doesn't come around anymore except to fight. She was in the UAE--Dubai, to be exact. You could try to PM her.
    OK, I admit it.....I'm an alias! I wasn't born with the name Honeycurls!
    :lurk: Dood, get over it; there's no time limit on lurking.

    I so busy runnin' allllllll over the place and ain't nobody chasin' me! :confused5::laughing5::jocolor:
  • SayoonSayoon Posts: 432Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    Honeycurls wrote: »
    Sayoon wrote: »
    Looking for curlies to share experience and available products in the region

    We had at least one--sarasara--but she's decided she hates Americans and the US, so she doesn't come around anymore except to fight. She was in the UAE--Dubai, to be exact. You could try to PM her.

    Oh thanks for ur reply :) I will try to contact her
  • sarasarasarasara Posts: 1,561Registered Users
    We had at least one--sarasara--but she's decided she hates Americans and the US, so she doesn't come around anymore except to fight.


    Actually its been some time since I came here, glad to have come at the right time to start another "fight." :)

    But what can I say, I'm jus jellis of ur freedom, as RCW and someone else here pointed out. The freedom that people have to get pepper sprayed or smashed in the head by police in protests.

    Or maybe I'm jus jellis of the intellect "liberals" such as the ones in this forum who run around in circles chasing their tails like dogs, ridiculing right-wing citizens when their own actions have the same consequences, when they say things like they oppose the war but support their warriors, even though there is no war without warriors. Criticizing the Nazi soldiers who "did what they were told" but feeling sorry for their soldiers who "have no other choice." Saying that their soldiers need to do their jobs so that they can feed their families-who would be so arrogant as to think they have a right to invade other people so that they can feed their kids, except Americans. It was right here on this board that some of them criticized me for not having an understanding of poverty, because if I did I would understand why it would be ok to oppress other people. Who else would speak with such self-righteousness when they are supporters of criminals? Don't blame me for hating your empire, or the people who continue to support it by remaining ignorant, by being to afraid to even think of saying something different than the status quo, by being afraid to even think that their soldiers are oppresors and not heros, and that their support only makes this oppression continue. Anyone with a conscience should hate this and oppose it, as they did towards the Nazis and the previous Empires.
  • SayoonSayoon Posts: 432Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    sarasara wrote: »
    We had at least one--sarasara--but she's decided she hates Americans and the US, so she doesn't come around anymore except to fight.


    Actually its been some time since I came here, glad to have come at the right time to start another "fight." :)

    But what can I say, I'm jus jellis of ur freedom, as RCW and someone else here pointed out. The freedom that people have to get pepper sprayed or smashed in the head by police in protests.

    Or maybe I'm jus jellis of the intellect "liberals" such as the ones in this forum who run around in circles chasing their tails like dogs, ridiculing right-wing citizens when their own actions have the same consequences, when they say things like they oppose the war but support their warriors, even though there is no war without warriors. Criticizing the Nazi soldiers who "did what they were told" but feeling sorry for their soldiers who "have no other choice." Saying that their soldiers need to do their jobs so that they can feed their families-who would be so arrogant as to think they have a right to invade other people so that they can feed their kids, except Americans. It was right here on this board that some of them criticized me for not having an understanding of poverty, because if I did I would understand why it would be ok to oppress other people. Who else would speak with such self-righteousness when they are supporters of criminals? Don't blame me for hating your empire, or the people who continue to support it by remaining ignorant, by being to afraid to even think of saying something different than the status quo, by being afraid to even think that their soldiers are oppresors and not heros, and that their support only makes this oppression continue. Anyone with a conscience should hate this and oppose it, as they did towards the Nazis and the previous Empires.

    Oh hi Sara nice to meet u am Sarah too I currently live in Kuwait :) I was looking for curlies who r from Kuwait or around to share hair products n also if u know good 3a6ar or 7awai , I can't find good products at all , it would be nice if we help each other :)
  • EilonwyEilonwy Posts: 12,389Registered Users
    Edited since Sayoon doesn't want this in her thread. The two "likes" for this post are from before this edit.
  • SayoonSayoon Posts: 432Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    Ladies with all respect this is not a fighting ring or the political discussion board , I asked for help if u can't then plz leave quietly , this is for all not just for the last comment.

    Thanks
  • EilonwyEilonwy Posts: 12,389Registered Users
    Actually, are there any other curlies here who make their home in the middle east? All I can think of is sarasara (who, the last time she mentioned her location, was living in Japan) and, I assume, Sayoon.
  • JusduitJusduit Posts: 578Registered Users
    I recall just seeing a post by Wavywendalin and noticed her signature. Here's the actual thread. Scroll down a bit to see her post.


    btw, her hair is gorgeous! Maybe you can try to PM her for help.

    Good luck!
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  • redcelticcurlsredcelticcurls Posts: 17,502Registered Users
    Since this is a hair question, she might have better luck with it on the hair board.


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  • RedCatWavesRedCatWaves Posts: 31,258Registered Users
    sarasara wrote: »
    But what can I say, I'm jus jellis of ur freedom, as RCW and someone else here pointed out. The freedom that people have to get pepper sprayed or smashed in the head by police in protests.


    How the hell did I get involved in this thread?

    I think you're mistaken, Sarasara. I do not think I ever said the above to you. I have said that I believe Middle Eastern women in general, Muslim women in particular, are oppressed, but I do not think I ever said you were jealous of anyone's freedom, not even the freedom to get pepper sprayed or smashed in the head.

    If you can link where I said that, I'd appreciate it. Thanks.

    BTW, I hope things are well with you. I did usually enjoy your posts when you were active on this board.
  • SayoonSayoon Posts: 432Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    Jusduit wrote: »
    I recall just seeing a post by Wavywendalin and noticed her signature. Here's the actual thread. Scroll down a bit to see her post.


    btw, her hair is gorgeous! Maybe you can try to PM her for help.

    Good luck!

    Thank u :) btw ur hair us gorgeous I can't keep my eyes from ur pic I wonder what ur using
  • SayoonSayoon Posts: 432Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    Eilonwy wrote: »
    Edited since Sayoon doesn't want this in her thread. The two "likes" for this post are from before this edit.

    Thank u :) I appreciate it
  • SystemSystem Posts: 39,059 Administrator
    Since this is a hair question, she might have better luck with it on the hair board.

    Agreed.
    Sayoon wrote: »
    Ladies with all respect this is not a fighting ring or the political discussion board , I asked for help if u can't then plz leave quietly , this is for all not just for the last comment.

    Thanks

    On the non-hair discussion board, topics tend to veer off in all different directions a lot of the time. It's just the nature of this board. If you want to find middle eastern curlies to talk hair products with, your best bet is to have this thread on the hair board, as RCC suggested.

    With that said, I'm moving this thread so there's a better chance it stays on the topic of hair and hair products.
  • 88aseel88aseel Posts: 1Registered Users
    I'm from Jordan with 3b Curls. I used to be reckless with my hair so ended up
    chopping most of it off and had to live with an afro for two years in Kuwait
    where people kept making fun of me. My hair is very healthy now and I buy all my products from Curlmart, it's quite difficult to find curly hair products here because most curlies straighten their hair or use keratin treatments.
    I would love to teach women in the region to embrace their curls and realise how special they are to have naturally bouncy hair :)
  • ShoroukShorouk Posts: 4Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    I know it's almost like 4 years since you posted your question but ummm lol I live in Kuwait and I have curly hair (probably a mixture of 3B & 3C) and I also would like to exchange experiences and stuff so if you're still interested, please let me know!
  • HonaidaHonaida Posts: 3Registered Users
    I am a curly girl in kuwait! Are you still there! I need someone to share experience with.
  • HonaidaHonaida Posts: 3Registered Users
    Shorouk are you still here in kuwait??
  • HonaidaHonaida Posts: 3Registered Users
    Shorouk wrote: »
    I know it's almost like 4 years since you posted your question but ummm lol I live in Kuwait and I have curly hair (probably a mixture of 3B & 3C) and I also would like to exchange experiences and stuff so if you're still interested, please let me know!

    If you are still here in kuwait and willing to share experience please let me know!
  • ShoroukShorouk Posts: 4Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    Honaida wrote: »
    Shorouk are you still here in kuwait??

    Yes, still in Kuwait. Please, message me if you're still interested!
  • stormstorm Posts: 204Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    Pakistani here. Sorry I'm not very regular here.
  • NickiGeshNickiGesh Posts: 4Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    Hi, am so glad there are more of us from Kuwait here !!! I'd to like to inquire if there any products easily available here ( allergic to Devacurl ) please do let me know if i could message you for more info
    I have 3a/b hair
  • NickiGeshNickiGesh Posts: 4Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    Shorouk wrote: »
    Honaida wrote: »
    Shorouk are you still here in kuwait??

    Yes, still in Kuwait. Please, message me if you're still interested!
    Hi, am so glad there are more of us from Kuwait here !!! I'd to like to inquire if there any products easily available here ( allergic to Devacurl ) please do let me know if i could message you for more info
    I have 3a/b hair
  • NickiGeshNickiGesh Posts: 4Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    Hi ,
    I too have recently started the CG method and am in Kuwait. Would love to share and know more especially about products locally available here and best places to get them !!!
  • ShoroukShorouk Posts: 4Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    NickiGesh said:
    Shorouk wrote: »
    Honaida wrote: »
    Shorouk are you still here in kuwait??

    Yes, still in Kuwait. Please, message me if you're still interested!
    Hi, am so glad there are more of us from Kuwait here !!! I'd to like to inquire if there any products easily available here ( allergic to Devacurl ) please do let me know if i could message you for more info
    I have 3a/b hair
    Yesss, me tooo! 
    Honestly, I don't think I've found anything special here in Kuwait. I'm still trying to figure out what works best for my hair which I suck at since I'm too lazy to have a routine. But I have tried 2 of shea moisture's products before and I found that one of them worked for me (I ordered the products). 
    But anywho, yes, please message me, let's talk some more!
  • GretchenGretchen Administrator Posts: 8,429Administrators, Moderators Administrator
    Love that we have so many curlies from the Middle East!  Do a lot of women in that area have curly hair? 

    Gretchen
    NaturallyCurly.com co-founder
    3A

    You are beautiful!
  • ShoroukShorouk Posts: 4Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    Gretchen said:
    Love that we have so many curlies from the Middle East!  Do a lot of women in that area have curly hair? 
    More and more girls are wearing their hair curly here in Kuwait. I can't tell if we have many curlies here since some people don't even know that their hair is curly. They brush it, it's messy and frizzy, they don't understand it, then they relax it which is what I did until I was a senior in high school.
    That's when I learned that my hair is curly, I had no idea what to do with it so I relaxed it one more time lol. That was the last time I ever relaxed my hair. I'm 24 now.