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6/13/20 11:15 P

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I actually am natural but I would suggest keeping your hair moisturized and I would probably do roller sets, ponytails and other low maintenance styles...and when it is wash day, I would make sure I am deep conditioning

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5/26/20 4:26 A

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Hope everyone had a great weekend! I haven't posted in a long time and it doesn't look like anyone else has either! Although I need to get back into routine exercise (many failed attempts for one reason or another), I was actually looking for any hair care info in times of coronavirus. Hair salons are not open yet in my state (I don't think) and where I usually go is still too much of a hot spot (NYC). I feel as if I am one of the few black women still with relaxed hair but being forced natural by covid , which is leading to breakage. I did not realize the extent until this weekend. I'm an essential worker,so I haven't been paying true attention to the damage until the now. Anyone with any hair care tips. Please note: I fear screwing up my hair (more than it already is)

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