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9 comments:

  1. hi! love the info by the way...well for short summary i never had a perm but i dye my hair alot,and also use to flat iron daily.for 2 months i been just wearing ponytails and braids.the roots and more of the middle of my head seem to be curly ( the way it was before damage).the ends and edges especially oward the front are straight and thinning.i had my edges clipped,but didn't seem to help.do you have any poiners for me? thanks for listening and keep doing your thing.its nice to see black woman embracing themselves then being what public wants:) god bless

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    1. Hi Anon.
      Glad the blog is of help to you :)
      Your edges might be thinning because of the excess tension caused by ponytails and braids. If your hair is damaged, I would advice you to just leave it alone and nurse it back to health. This means, no more braids, ponytails, coloring or heat. If you continue exerting excess tension on your edges, it could lead to permanent hair loss. For healthy hair, let your hair grow. You can either cut all the damaged ends off at once or style your hair in protective styles (such as cornrows, light braids (do not pull back in ponytail) etc). The way you care for your hair is also very important. Have a look around the blog, there are numerous posts on caring for your hair.

      I hope that helps :)
      Don't hesitate to ask anymore questions you may have

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  2. I am not of direct african descent but i love your blog!

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    1. Hi Anon.
      Thank you so much for your lovely comment. it really means a lot :)
      Thanks for the love <3

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  3. Hello,

    Could you please enable right clicking on the links, sometimes I want to open a link you attach in your posts but I cannot because right clicking is disabled.

    Thanks.

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    1. Hi Lou.

      Try left clicking the links, that works.

      Hope that helps :)
      Don't hesitate to ask anymore questions you may have

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  4. hi funbi. i recently did the big chop almost three months ago and my hair has grown alot (yay!) i have really curly hair and i'm afraid if i even blow dry it that it won't return back to curly when i do my wash and go again. can you help?

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    1. Hi Aaliyah!
      Congrats on your big chop.
      Heat is damaging but when done right, your hair should revert when you wash it after blow drying.
      However, blow drying is not a remedy to dealing with your hair texture. Try stretching your hair without heat. Check out this post.

      http://www.datfunkyfro.com/2011/03/focus-onstretching.html

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  5. Hi Funbi,
    About 6 years a go i decided to quit relaxing my hair do to bold spots and financial issues.
    No my hair is long but the thickness i had for years is gone. My edges are almost gone and everytime i wash my hair a hand full of hair comes out (even if i finger comb it).
    I have a very stress full life but i dont see that changing anytime soon.
    I read online that using Black jamaican castor oil/shea butter and 100% coconut oil can benefit hair growth and taking biotin but it seems to not make a difference.
    i do not put any excessive pressure on my hair. (i make thick twists).

    I'd like to know what i can do to prevent more hairloss and save my edges.can you help me?

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