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From: Veronica (184.108.40.206)
Subject: Upside down "U" shape in the back of my hair
Date: December 27, 2006 at 1:03 am PST
I am a black female. I was adopted so I am not sure what my specific heritage is, but my hair is very wavy and curly (like a racially mixed person), not tightly curled or "kinky," but not straight either.
Here is my problem: I usually wear my hair flat-ironed straight and down (I have it professionally done once a month). But ever since I was a teenager, I noticed that I would get breakage in the back, forming an upside down "U" shape. So basically, it was longer on the sides and dreadfully shorter in the middle. My stylist told me that it could be from wearing tight ponytails, but that didn't make sense to me, as it seems the hair would break on the sides and not the middle. When I wear my hair straight, I usally wrap it up with a silk scarf at night. When I wear it curly I put of lot of moisturizer and mousse for control and manageability. I usually let it go free at night when it is this way. I also usually wear low maintenance styles.
My question is: what could be causing this odd breakage, and how can I get back my length and thickness?
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