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From: Jessica Miranda (
Subject: Re: Mixed Ethnicity Hair
Date: July 17, 2009 at 10:38 am PST

In Reply to: Mixed Ethnicity Hair posted by Kimberley on January 8, 2007 at 3:25 pm:

Mixed ethnicity hair is the hardest to take care of. I dont know about you but not only do i have mixed hair i have different hair texture in different areas on my head. I inherited traits of African American hair such as dryness, curls and frizz. Certain areas of my hair are curls and other areas are just wavy. I've never relaxed my hair because my hair is extremely dry and almost no products work in my hair. The only advice I can give you on how to make your hair more manageable is to not use shampoo. It seems discusting not to use shampoo but conditioners provide a mild cleaning. This is a recent discovery for me I read about not shampooing hair in a magazine and I haven't gone back i'm now able to wash my hair more often and my frizz is almost completely gone. Let me repeat that my FRIZZ is almost all gone. Before I used to shampoo my hair once twice a week and everytime i shampooed my hair would be dry and i would have to use handfuls of conditioner just to comb through. Now I just use a boar bristle brush before i shower and i brush my whole head completely to distribute the oils throughout my hair. Once every two weeks ( yes i know it seems discusting) i'll use the smallest amount of shampoo and apply it to my hair where i part it and any areas that seem greasy. When i'm in the shower i just make sure i run water through my hair multiple times and when i come out of the shower it doesn't look greasy. If you have hair thats prone to being oily then another suggestion is dry shampoo. Dry shampoo helps me so much because I can straighten my hair and keep it that way for 5 days! I just spray the dry shampoo on my roots and it absorbs the oil so my hair looks clean again. I think the solution to dealing with mixed ethnicity hair is mostly just not shampooing it and forcing your hairs oils to reach your whole hair. I wish you luck lol

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