BE HONEST: What do Black women with 4a/4b hair think of black women with 3a/3b hair?

l'animauxl'animaux Posts: 5Registered Users
I'm black and I find that a lot of black women give me negativity for my hair (3b) Most of you will probably assume that I'm mixed, but I'm all black on both sides. My hair wasn't always 3b more like 4b, but my amazing hair dresser has changed the texture of my hair.

What do you honestly first think when you see a black woman with 3b hair?

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  • cgardner4ucgardner4u Posts: 14Registered Users
    l'animaux wrote: »
    I'm black and I find that a lot of black women give me negativity for my hair (3b) Most of you will probably assume that I'm mixed, but I'm all black on both sides. My hair wasn't always 3b more like 4b, but my amazing hair dresser has changed the texture of my hair.

    What do you honestly first think when you see a black woman with 3b hair?

    Well... I don't really think too much about hair type. I've been noticing more and more black women are wearing their hair natural, so when I see natural hair (no matter the texture), I think it's beautiful.

    Now when you say, "black women give you negativity" regarding your hair, what do mean by that? Are you getting evil stares or has someone said something negative to you directly? I wouldn't care, be proud of your natural hair... which brings me to my next question –– how did your stylist manage to change the texture of your hair from 4b to 3b:scratch:?
  • greenandchicgreenandchic Curl Neophyte Posts: 2,584Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    l'animaux wrote: »
    I'm black and I find that a lot of black women give me negativity for my hair (3b) Most of you will probably assume that I'm mixed, but I'm all black on both sides. My hair wasn't always 3b more like 4b, but my amazing hair dresser has changed the texture of my hair.

    What do you honestly first think when you see a black woman with 3b hair?

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  • MixedUpCurlyChickMixedUpCurlyChick Curl Neophyte Posts: 2,568Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    l'animaux wrote: »
    I'm black and I find that a lot of black women give me negativity for my hair (3b) Most of you will probably assume that I'm mixed, but I'm all black on both sides. My hair wasn't always 3b more like 4b, but my amazing hair dresser has changed the texture of my hair.

    What do you honestly first think when you see a black woman with 3b hair?

    Ok so let's pretend for a minute you're not a troll...you have type 4 hair which you have altered to make a type 3...so what do you think of women with type 3 hair? Do you feel negative towards them b/c theirs is natural and yours is not?
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  • Hakim NuraldinHakim Nuraldin Posts: 1,467Registered Users
    Please ignore this troll.

    I hate when ig'nant folk try to start some ****.

    Can your amazing stylist turn straw into gold?

    How about **** into sugar?

    :tongue10::dwarf:
  • dee-naturedee-nature Posts: 630Registered Users
    cgardner4u wrote: »
    l'animaux wrote: »
    I'm black and I find that a lot of black women give me negativity for my hair (3b) Most of you will probably assume that I'm mixed, but I'm all black on both sides. My hair wasn't always 3b more like 4b, but my amazing hair dresser has changed the texture of my hair.

    What do you honestly first think when you see a black woman with 3b hair?

    Well... I don't really think too much about hair type. I've been noticing more and more black women are wearing their hair natural, so when I see natural hair (no matter the texture), I think it's beautiful.

    Now when you say, "black women give you negativity" regarding your hair, what do mean by that? Are you getting evil stares or has someone said something negative to you directly? I wouldn't care, be proud of your natural hair... which brings me to my next question –– how did your stylist manage to change the texture of your hair from 4b to 3b:scratch:?
    +1 please do tell from 4b to 3b?????? theres no way sounds like a texturizer played a part in that (no offense)
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  • dee-naturedee-nature Posts: 630Registered Users
    Please ignore this troll.

    I hate when ig'nant folk try to start some ****.

    Can your amazing stylist turn straw into gold?

    How about **** into sugar?

    :tongue10::dwarf:
    ROFL LOL AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
    hair type: 4a VERY dense u39v2snfy.png

    hair goal
    = WL Aug. 23, 2013

    My hair LOVES oil
    :love5:
    2. "Being natural must be the new crack cus im hooked!!":afro:

    “Being happy doesn't mean that everything is
    perfect. It means that you've decided to look beyond the imperfections.”:wav:

    www.fotki.com/dee-nature-619

  • butterflyjubutterflyju Posts: 53Registered Users
    Yall are too funny :laughing5:. I want to know too, sounds like its been altered a little
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  • teachermrwteachermrw Curl Neophyte Posts: 269Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    Honestly, I haven't thought anything about it at all.
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  • moodydovemoodydove Posts: 1,721Registered Users
    Oh boy.
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