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Big Chopped. Now What?

So. I'm tired of it. I said 24 months but I'm, at 14 months and I can't take it any more. In 37 hours I will be getting the BC. I'm scared like riding a rollercoaster. I know it's coming, I'm scared, but I'm gonna do it and know I'm gonna love it regardless. But, to the point, all my styles have been braidouts and braid-n-curls so have NO CLUE of how to handle a 4-6 inch TWA. My hair is mostly 2c and 3a with my nape being 4a. Do any vets have any suggestions for regimens to try? I don't really care about cost.

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  • steph35steph35 Posts: 176Registered Users
    Congratulations! You're going to be just fine....get your research on, enjoy your new look, and welcome to the best place for advice on the air for curly hair.:hello2:
    french/black american 3b/3c/4a hair; fine n crrrrrrly
    'poo~ SheaMoisture C 'n' H (pink label)
    rinse out/leave in conditioner~ Tresemme Moisture,GVP Balm, Suave Shea and Almond
    Deep Con and Detangling~ Mixed Silk,Elasta QP (now with olive oil!)
    Stylers/Oils~ SheaMoisture DTM, Africa's Best Herbal Oil, ,Grapeseed oil/Tresemme Thermal Spray (great for diffusing/heat) all shea oils

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