Anonymous asked:

This may be a weird question and all but before you do the big chop, how do you tell your new growth from the relaxed ends? All of it looks the same to me. All that i'm trying to do is see how short my hair will be.

Teenie Weenie Afros Answer:

It’s not a weird question at all! Next time you cowash or deep condition your hair, step out of the shower and look at your hair with product in it. Notice how the relaxed ends look stringy while your new growth should have some sort of curl or wave to it. At this stage, I would look for a curl pattern since your hair is attached to relaxed needs that weigh down the curl. And for most of your TWA experience I would concentrate more on the health than trying to figure out what girl pattern you are.

I hope this helped.

ifidontjust:

FREE HAIR PRODUCTS!!! EVERYTHING MUST GO!!

I use a grand total of like 4 products, but due to the nature of my work I have a crate of products just sitting here barely used.

Since I didn’t have to pay for these, you won’t either. Just pay shipping! I will use USPS. I don’t know if I will use flat rate shipping or not, but here is that price info » https://www.usps.com/ship/priority-mail-flat.htm I will ship anywhere, I mean you’re the one paying after all ;) Payment will be through Paypal. 


CLICK TO FILL OUT THE FORM, it lists how full/used each product is. Most of it is 3/4 full or “practically full — i only used it once” » https://docs.google.com/forms/d/10lwTaO_OfWhdO1ntlsrZJgbOmZiZYm-2ZA9c4Km_oc4/viewform


IN THE FORM (not in the comments) just select EVERY product you would like shipped to you. This is on a first come first serve basis. HOLLERRRR

Anonymous asked:

How can you upload pics to a question?

Teenie Weenie Afros Answer:

I don’t think that’s possible. You could include the image URL in the ask or submit the picture with a question and I can answer your question that way.

Anonymous asked:

How to know what products to use for your hair after your first year of being natural, I feel as if my hair is too dry and breaks easily

Teenie Weenie Afros Answer:

It takes trial and error to see what works well with your hair but knowing the porosity of your hair is the first step.

I would test to see the porosity of your hair. Take a couple of strands (I suggest using strands of hair that shed naturally) and put them in a translucent cup of water. Wait about 5 minutes and see if it floats or sinks. If it sinks, you have high porosity hair, if it floats, you have low porosity hair.

If your hair is low porous, it’s recommended to use hair milks, light moisturizers that won’t stick to sit on your hair since the hair cuticles lay flat. If your hair is highly porous, it’s recommended to use leave-ins and seal with a oil. I suggest doing the LOC method for high porosity.

More information on this could be found on Naturally Curly.

Anonymous asked:

Can you judge my hair for me. I'm confused on what stage I am at

Teenie Weenie Afros Answer:

Sure! You can send it and if you don’t want me to, I can not post it and just answer in your ask privately.

Anonymous asked:

Do you know any cheap products to use for twist outs?

Teenie Weenie Afros Answer:

naijacurls:

Hey! I do completely understand that many of these products are very costly. Some products have crazy expensive price tags, yet offer feature mediocre, synthetic ingredients—no shade intended, but I’m just speaking the truth!

Of course, you can never ever go wrong with a homemade whipped shea butter mix for twist outs! That will give you great hold, and save you some serious cash. Another great benefit to making whipped shea butter is that you can change up the consistency and the contents to however you like to help fit your needs. If you’d like, you can check out my DIY recipe, here.

But if you’re not much of a mixtress, then here are a few inexpensive options below. Each have great reviews and are no more than $10:

* - Please take note the three products with asterisks next to them do have ingredients (ex. dimethicone) that build up on the hair overtime if hair is not properly clarified. Though they have great reviews, do use discretion :-) 

If any one else has suggestions for cheap products for styling, please leave them below :-)

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pr3ttygurlguap3:

@naturallycherrell 😭😭😭😭 #catchtheeznappz #ctn #naturalhair #naturalistas #blackisbeautiful #kinkyhair #curlyhair #coilyhair #curlygirl #fierce #fun #fabulous 💚🔶💜

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