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Posted by The Charlotte Post on Monday, March 7, 2016

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I am a 75 year old woman of African decent, who have had long hair most of my life. Foolishly, people have asked where I've from, as well as if I have Indian heritage. People have also mistakenly put their hands in my hair. I AM SO MUCH MORE THAT HAIR. I am an Africian American woman!
I was taught in college that biologically ALL hair grow a certan length each month. It is the dryness that breaks the hair. Since moving to Charlotte, I've found only two beauticians that condition my hair properly. Between salon visits I wash and condition my own hair.
Additionally, our hard earned money could be used for more than nails and hair! Good Luck to you on your Journey.
Posted on March 10, 2013
 
Quite interesting cause I have given up on my hair and now wear wigs, weaves or braids. Had long hair before but have done everything to it over the years and now that I need it long, it stays the same. I am of African origin and have natural kinky African hair that doesn't grow anymore. Can you advise? I am up there in age also. Thanks
Posted on March 9, 2013
 

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