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From: Mia (
Subject: Options for growing out African American hair??
Date: August 11, 2006 at 12:25 pm PST

I am an African American woman in her late 20's. For about 6 years now, I have been getting my hair curly-permed, and get I touch ups and trims every 3 months or so. Now I am bored with this style and would like to grow my hair to at least shoulder length. However, the options for growing out ethnic hair appear to be very limited. I cannot braid my hair or cut it in a very short natural style, because this would not go over well at my office. I've thought of relaxing my hair, but I'm not sure because my hair is already processed; I have fine, soft hair that damages easily; and I exercise (sweat) quite a bit. I've also thought of getting extensions or a weave, but I'd like something that doesn't look fake, and which would promote hair growth, or at least not damage my hair. Cost is not really a concern at this point; my main goal is to get the best care possible for my hair, regardless of the price. Any advice would be much appreciated. Thanks!
(P.S.: Is there a product that REALLY promotes faster, healthier African-textured hair growth? If so, please let me know, since I think I'll need all the help I can get growing my hair out.)

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