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what's it like not having straight hair?
when it was shorter, then one day my hair just became long and it was curly - it came as a complete shock to me but then i asked my (bald) dad and he said that in the 70s he basically had an afro, so it kind of makes sense.
i like having the devil's curly hair.
all i ever do with my hair after i've washed it is brush it and leave it, i hate hairdryers but it always goes fucking poker straight and it's really annoying, i want some luscious waves. even the other day i curled my hair up into a beret (as i always do) when it was wet and then when i took it down it just went straight down! i just want you to have some waves" HAVE SOME FUCKING WAVES! DON'T MAKE ME USE HAIRSPRAY!
It's interesting. For everyone concerned..
Mine is getting to the point where it may need cut soon, but I made a deal with everyone that I wouldn't touch it till Newcastle next win a game. I may live to regret that....!
I think the definition of "curly hair" is that it goes through 360 degrees of rotation in the first 10cm from the scalp.
Mine is pretty straight-ish until it gets quite long, then it goes sort of wavy so I look like an american kid from an 80s movie.
curling thingies are for. curling?
but I've had it pretty short for the past few years. I guess it's still sort of wavy.
only brush my hair when i wash it
only then it takes forever as my hair is weirdly curlier underneath..
why can't i be like you guys :(
myself also it gets fairly knotted sometimes though. takes along time to grow to desired length
But boys curly rather than girls curly
it's easy. Just have to wash it and the rest takes care of itself (or looks really silly; matter of opinion)
I've just given up on straightners recently and have decided to embrace the curls. It's quite high maintainance product wise etc though.
the thing about having curly hair is, it can either look amazing or it can look totally shit. Every day, you're living on the edge.