Do you like your hair, is there anything you would like to change and why?
Yes, I'm happy with my hair and presently I don't think about changing my hair-style.
I mostly like my hair. So I guess.. I like, but not love, my hair. It's very wavy which I like, but doesn't hold a curl without an obscene amount of hair goop...I can straighten it just fine with a flat iron and a little patience.. but no matter what I do, I can never, ever get it to be smooth and satiny looking like professional hair. It's always frizzy to some degree. Always!
yes I do for I,m bald and if I would like to change that yes I would like to have very very long hair. but I can't and I,m very happy being bald
by mintinfo 4 years ago
Why do Black women straighten their hair?Is it because of indoctrination, self hatred, brain washing, or too hard to manage otherwise.
by David Livermore 5 years ago
Why are people never happy with the government?Every time I read an article about something a government agency is doing, I always see negative comments about that government. It doesn't matter what country or place we are talking about, there are always negative comments.The government is...
by Jennifer D. 8 years ago
Would you ever change or keep a hairstyle because your man asked you to?I've been in relationships in the past in which the man I was with wanted me to either grow my hair longer, or color my greying roots. I am wondering how many women do this? Is it to keep him happy?
by little J.J 6 years ago
How do I stop my hair from being curly when I wake up after straighten it the night beforemy hair is naturally curly, and one night I would take a shower, and I would straighten it the same night, after my hair dries. then I wake up the next day, and its still a curly mess ! what do I do. help !
by flashmakeit 5 years ago
If you could be Santa Claus what Celebrity would not be on your list and why?
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