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Madhouse Pullet

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Hi :frow I am JAKI
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Bruce

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I wish I had long beautiful straight hair, like yours 🤩
That is kinda funny. If my hair were the length of yours it would look like yours (and pretty much did in High School) .... well except I have much more white than black now. My mother had straight hair, always wished she had hair like mine.

I think you BOTH have lovely hair :D
 

Madhouse Pullet

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That is kinda funny. If my hair were the length of yours it would look like yours (and pretty much did in High School) .... well except I have much more white than black now. My mother had straight hair, always wished she had hair like mine.

I think you BOTH have lovely hair :D
:lol: funny how some people :hide want the type of hair they don't have. Straight hair always seemedbbn like it was easier maintenanced but you are so sweet, thank you :D
 

JustT

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:lol: funny how some people :hide want the type of hair they don't have. Straight hair always seemedbbn like it was easier maintenanced but you are so sweet, thank you :D
I've always had fine, straight hair so I can't say which is easier. But I CAN say I HATED it when I was a kid. Or at least, I hated having it combed out. It tangled so so easily! I used to brush it out numerous times a day to make it less painful, rather then trying to tackle all the rats at the end of the day. It still tangles, but conditioning products work better these days and help a lot. 🙂
 

Madhouse Pullet

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I've always had fine, straight hair so I can't say which is easier. But I CAN say I HATED it when I was a kid. Or at least, I hated having it combed out. It tangled so so easily! I used to brush it out numerous times a day to make it less painful, rather then trying to tackle all the rats at the end of the day. It still tangles, but conditioning products work better these days and help a lot. 🙂
You'd think straight hair wouldn't get tangled so much. I am not a fan of brushing because it never stays anyway ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
I use to straighten my hair every day but, after kids I got lazy. DH doesn't care, I could be bald and he wouldn't mind :lol:
My oldest son has a white-boy's afro and I can't figure out how to take care of it 😂 he has developmental delays and sensitivities to certain textures so, he hates touching hair and I mainly help him. We haven't taken him for a cut since the pandemic started but, I jut might buy new clippers to help him out. I've been somewhat reluctant because I love his hair... reminds me of how he looked as a toddler. But it's so dry, even after days of not washing it.
I need to find a good product.
 
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