Question about why their hair works ok....
I know my hair is bordering on the 3C-4a line...i think I have more 3c parts but there are some that are still 4a. I have tried everything possible to help with the humidity blockage, but nothing is working. What I noticed a few weeks ago is that while I was sitting in my grandmother's house, I had to have my hair pulled up on top of my head, as did my mother (she's white). However, my aunt (afdrican american) always is able to wear her hair down and it never looks like the humidity is affecting it. Whether she has her hair really short and in striaght little layers or longer to her neck, she always has her hair striaght and beautiful and her daughter's hair straight. I know rain will revert anyone's hair, but why does the humidity not affect theirs? If I straighten mine, it is a huge puff an hour later. What do you think they are using on their hair? I love how african american women are still able to have their hair styled even in the dead heat of summer.
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