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Ladies in relationships: Cut your men some slack!!!

Posted 08-04-2008 at 10:02 PM by Divine Inspiration

Ladies, if you are in a relationship with a great man who is good to you, cut him some slack. He means well.

I know some of you are confused since I've been on my soapbox about not accepting bad behavior from men. Let me explain. There's a difference between a man showing his behind with you during week 2 and a man making a mistake week 86. A man who is in a COMMITTED relationship with you is not the same as a random guy you've been out with 4 times. When you are in the early stages...
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January 2008 Feature of the Month - Zzirvingj

Posted 08-05-2008 at 09:14 PM by beverly
Updated 08-06-2008 at 07:36 AM by beverly

(1) What is your hair care regimen?

I wash and deep condition my hair once a week. On wash day, I do the following:


*STEP ONE: Pre-poo:

I take my bun down, wet my whole head and apply BURT'S BEE'S AVOCADO BUTTER PRE-SHAMPOO TREATMENT to my entire head. I put my hair back into a bun until I’m ready to wash it later that day. I try to let the Burt's Bee's sit on my hair for however long I can (usually at least a couple of hours).

*STEP TWO:...
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February 2008 Feature of the Month - Queeny20

Posted 08-05-2008 at 09:18 PM by beverly
Updated 08-06-2008 at 07:36 AM by beverly

(1) What is your hair care regimen?

Right now during the winter, I wash or co-wash my hair while in braids or twists 2-3 times a week. I co-wash almost daily during the warmer months and wear a lot of wash and gos by using a micro fiber hair towel to soak up a lot of the water.

Once a week I take out the braids or twists, I apply castor oil and let it soak in. Then I put my hair in 4 loose braids, wash and, apply pantene relaxed and natural hair mask. I rinse each...
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Yvette's Journal, the member who grew 9" in one year Part 1

Posted 08-07-2008 at 09:00 AM by Softresses (Like Fine Silk..)

I was looking through my old box of disks for a file and I found Yvette's posts from the BHC. Remember her? She grew her hair from shoulder length to almost waist length in a year wearing buns. I had copied all of her posts and put it onto one page and printed it out for inspiration. It may seem confusing because she is answering questions and I didn't save the questions because it was too long (and half of that thread was just a series of CONGRATS and YOU ARE AN INSPIRATION). I tried to separate...
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Three Steps to Healthy Long hair. from LHCF Part 3

Posted 08-14-2008 at 05:47 AM by Softresses (Like Fine Silk..)

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Shampoo comes from the Hindu word champo, which means "to massage" or "to knead". The main function of shampoo is to remove the sebum that the scalp naturally secretes, as well as to remove conditioning and styling products.

A safe shampoo for any kind of hair should have a pH of 4.5-5.5. pH levels indicates how acidic or alkaline shampoos are. If shampoos are too alkaline (high pH), it can cause the hair shaft to swell and damage the cuticle. If...
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