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Naturally curly hair (mga kulotchina)
« on: February 09, 2010, 06:53:21 AM »
My curly hair story:
A couple of months ago I was scheduled for a rebonding na naman and I was growing my hair out. I don't know kung anong naisip ko. One morning before going for work, I was ready to blow dry my hair straight and instead I just went, what the heck, i am gonna wear my hair as it is today, pagod na ako magpanggap! Haha. So I skipped the comb and slathered my hair with a dollop of hand cream (yes, hand cream) and allowed it to air dry. I expected to be ridiculed, to be told na ang gulo ng buhok ko, what happened, mahangin ba sa labas etc. To my surprise, people asked me kung nagpakulot ako and I said no and the response was actually positive! They were saying bakit pa raw ako nagpaparebond eh okay naman daw pala ang kulot sa akin.

My mistake pala was, I was combing my curly hair and blowing it dry kaya ayun, nagiging puffy and frizzy kaya ang pangit tignan. At first it felt weird to be walking along with girls with pin straight hair, I felt like the odd one out. Kasi parang if you are asian, you are expected to have pin straight hair :( . But now thankful ako na I embraced the natural state of my hair. Its fun being curly pala! Naturally curly and loving it :)

Girls with naturally curly hair, share your stories naman po.





























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Re: Naturally curly hair (mga kulotchina)
« Reply #1 on: February 09, 2010, 12:09:29 PM »
how i wish maging natural na wavy hair yung buhok ko, yung parang tipong parang island girl ang dating na di nagsusuklay. mas gusto ko ang wavy kesa sa super straight hair.

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Re: Naturally curly hair (mga kulotchina)
« Reply #2 on: February 09, 2010, 12:55:19 PM »
^Ako rin sis!!!

Ako kasi hindi pin-stright ang hair ko, may semi-wave. Yung hair ko yung tipong may curl paloob parati, parang gumamit ng round brush habang pinapatuyo, pero hindi naman ako nagsusuklay pag nagpapatuyo :P Pero pag shoulder length na siya, patikwas naman siya na walang patawad.

May tip sakin yung isa kong friend - after showering, don't comb or brush your hair. as in punasan mo lang ng towel and leave it as is. Pag natuyo siya, pwede ka na magsuklay. May natural volume yung hair mo na para kang nagblow-dry. So far it has worked for me, lumalabas lang ang pagka-way ng buhok ko.  Nakakatawa nga siya kasi pag may special event kaming pupuntahan, don siya hindi nagpapatuyo ng buhok!

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Re: Naturally curly hair (mga kulotchina)
« Reply #3 on: February 09, 2010, 01:19:35 PM »
me me me! hahaha i was born with natural curly hair
what the heck, last year nagrebond ako ayun nasira nagkaputol putol... hahaha ngayon para akong may pugad sa tuktok ng ulo ko.. nagpapahaba ng hair to have it permed... na kasing natural ng wave ng buhok ko... tsk... tama ka sis, we just need to appreciate kung ano yung natural na buhok natin, enhance na lang siguro. di na ulit ako magpaparebond! :(
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Re: Naturally curly hair (mga kulotchina)
« Reply #4 on: February 09, 2010, 06:59:46 PM »
count me in. :D wavy hair din ako kaso parang hindi ko pa nakukuha ng mabuti kung paano imanage ng mabuti kasi frizzy and dry. currently im using himalaya organic shampoo, so far.. wala pa akong nakikitang changes.  :(

mas ok talaga kung air dry lang kaso paano yung pumapasok sa office in hurry hindi pwedeng ganun air dry palagi.

one more thing, sa salon lagi nalang layered ang style sakin kasi nga mag f-fly away pag medyo maikli.

dad ko lang ata nakaka appreciate nito eh kasi sinabi.. tignan mo nga yang nasa beauty pageants katulad ng hair mo kinda curly.. ikaw natural na.. sila pinapaayos pa nila.  ---- di ko alam kung matutuwa ako hehe  ;D after what ive said above this.

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Re: Naturally curly hair (mga kulotchina)
« Reply #5 on: February 09, 2010, 07:22:48 PM »
the first and only time I had my hair relaxed, pinagsisihan ko talaga. buti nalang I did not go for rebonding kahit super pinilit na ko nung stylist.

My hair is naturally wavy kasi. Yung tipong sa dulo lang ang curls tapos relatively big curls pa. I love my hair and if there's one thing that I wont change about my self, it would be my hair. :)
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Re: Naturally curly hair (mga kulotchina)
« Reply #6 on: February 10, 2010, 12:57:06 AM »
^Ako rin sis!!!

Ako kasi hindi pin-stright ang hair ko, may semi-wave. Yung hair ko yung tipong may curl paloob parati, parang gumamit ng round brush habang pinapatuyo, pero hindi naman ako nagsusuklay pag nagpapatuyo :P Pero pag shoulder length na siya, patikwas naman siya na walang patawad.

May tip sakin yung isa kong friend - after showering, don't comb or brush your hair. as in punasan mo lang ng towel and leave it as is. Pag natuyo siya, pwede ka na magsuklay. May natural volume yung hair mo na para kang nagblow-dry. So far it has worked for me, lumalabas lang ang pagka-way ng buhok ko.  Nakakatawa nga siya kasi pag may special event kaming pupuntahan, don siya hindi nagpapatuyo ng buhok!


ang ganda noh parang island girl ang dating, pero kelangan syempre may konting kulay yung hair para mas kita yung pagaka-wave nya. ang buhok ko kasi straight pero yung sa dulo naka-curl paloob. tapos pag pinonytail ko, hindi sya tuwid parang naka-twist sya, ewan ko ba natwist sya ng kusa siguro kasi may konting layer yung hair ko noon. ngayon kasi pinahahaba ko pa yung hair ko kasi mali ang gupit. kainis.  ;D di rin ako nagsusuklay kasi diko type yung hitsura ng hair ko mukhang hinimod ng baka accdg. to my mother.

pag medyo kulot ang buhok ata kelangan di talaga magsuklay kasi nagbubuhaghag ang hair or yung malalaking ngipin na comb.

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Re: Naturally curly hair (mga kulotchina)
« Reply #7 on: February 10, 2010, 01:40:24 AM »
Korek kayo mga sisses, hindi pala talaga dapat sinusuklay ang wavy or curly hair. Kasi ngayon na 2 months ko ng hindi sinusuklay ang buhok ko napansin ko mas shiny at mas healthy siya ngayon (ano ba yan parang commercial ng shampoo!), wala pang frizz.

Kung hindi naman kayo sanay na hindi siya suklayin then pag naliligo na lang, when you slather the conditioner to your hair.

Ako nga ngayon ko lang talaga naappreciate ang buhok ko, imagine all through out my life I always wore my hair straight (kumulot lang ito when I reached college then puro rebonding na pinaranas ko sa kanya)

Now, girls with naturally straight hair approach me and ask kung nagpakulot daw ba ako, when I tell them na natural hair ko to, they would say, buti ka pa, gusto ko kasi ganyan eh.

Hay buhay, baliktad talaga.




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Re: Naturally curly hair (mga kulotchina)
« Reply #8 on: February 21, 2010, 02:56:39 PM »
natural talaga hair ko wala ako ginagawa straight or rebond. ang prob ko is SUPER DRY di ko alam kung dahil sa tubig namin or what. try ko na hot oil hair spa wala effect. kainiis pa pag nasa parlor e parebond ko daw e nipis din kaya hair ko. any advice

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Re: Naturally curly hair (mga kulotchina)
« Reply #9 on: March 18, 2010, 11:51:06 AM »
nagstart maging wavy yun hair ko ng highschool, so pag dating na college pinastraight ko lagi. medyo magastos kasi yearly ang pa-straight so nagdecide ako i-stop muna para mapahinga rin sa chemicals hair ko.   pinaputol ko lang yun straight na part nun humaba na yun hair ko then pagkaligo, lalagyan ko lang ng suave/vitress tapos nagcucurl un ends. so tinanong ng mga kasama ko sa work kung nagpakulot ako. nun medyo humaba na kailangan ko na i-bun yun hair ng basa bago pumasok sa office para hindi mag amoy usok. mas maganda yun effect, malalaki yun loops and parang curls ni goldilocks yun dulo ^_^ pag may sinasamahan ako sa saloon or parlor ngayon madalas ako tanungin san ako nagpa perm/digiperm/curl. pag sinabi ko naman natural, kainis yun look of disbelief sa mukha nila.  hindi ko alam kung napapangitan sila sa curls ko or naaappreciate nila pero 5 years na ako nageenjoy sa curly na hair

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Re: Naturally curly hair (mga kulotchina)
« Reply #10 on: March 18, 2010, 07:05:59 PM »
i have curly hair, blame it on my Mexican hormones.
but i love it! ;D parang Marimar daw, haha.
"Thalia" nga tawag ng mga tao saken sa school.

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Re: Naturally curly hair (mga kulotchina)
« Reply #11 on: March 19, 2010, 01:46:17 PM »
me too, hindi lang wavy, kulot talaga!  in all those years na nagpapastraight/rebond ako, hindi ko na nakilala yung hair ko when i had it cut to trim all rebonded parts.

like Razzy, pagod na rin ako labanan ang natural hair ko  ;D so what i did also was to brush my hair once lang after magshower tapos hair lotion/cream then put it in a bun.  After 2 hours, ganda na ng curls, big ones....parang nagpadigiperm. 

Yun nga lang parang lagi akong may pupuntahang party hahahaa

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Re: Naturally curly hair (mga kulotchina)
« Reply #12 on: March 19, 2010, 03:05:30 PM »
Kakatuwa naman kayo mga sisses, mabuhay ang mga kulotchina!

Minsan nga inaasar ako ng mga friends ko, sinasabihan ako na basta raw kulot salot! haha, inggit lang sila.

Naku sis eternalsnow pareho tayo. Kakaasar lang kahit mga friends ko pinagdududahan, niloloko ko raw sila, di raw pwede na ganito kanice ang naturally curly hair. Nakakatuwa lang kasi nalalaman ko talaga kung sino yung mga friends ko na nakakakilala sa akin, yung mga friends ko nung high school sila pa yung unang magsasabi na , " Oo, kulot siya talaga." Sabi nila parang buhok daw ng santo,ahe.

 Naku mspipay korek ka diyan, ako nga sabi nila para daw laging sasagala eh,hehe.

Sis Michilaine I can just imagine your beautiful curls, dami siguro nagcocompliment niyan [textspeak!]?

Sis natalia, try deep conditioning your hair at least once a week. Baka makatulong.

Kaya mga curly girls enjoy lang natin ang mga buhok natin, we're blessed.

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Re: Naturally curly hair (mga kulotchina)
« Reply #13 on: March 19, 2010, 04:09:38 PM »
Mga curly na sis, what shampoo, conditoner and cream na gamit nyo?

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Re: Naturally curly hair (mga kulotchina)
« Reply #14 on: March 20, 2010, 10:22:26 PM »
^Ako kahit anong shampoo and conditioner basta after taking a bath, wrap it around a towel for about 5 minutes then wag mo siyang ira-rub, basta let go of the towel gently. Dont comb your hair then slather Pantene Oil replacement therapy perfect curls mainly sa ends ng buhok mo (yung the rest of the cream you can smooth to the roots but not too much in order to tame the frizz), then style as you want using your fingers then let it air dry. Kita mo ganda ng effect niyan.

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Re: Naturally curly hair (mga kulotchina)
« Reply #15 on: March 21, 2010, 12:47:17 AM »
Hi friends,


I have naturally curly hair as well. I've struggled with it since I was a kid to the point that I hated my hair being combed. My yaya always insisted to brush my hair (which is a complete no-no) so that it would straighten up. I've tried rebonding and relaxing my hair at least once, but I couldn't maintain it. I gave up and let my hair have its natural way.

Unlike most people around here, I have to comb my curly hair, since my hair goes haywire when I don't comb it. I simply use a wide tooth comb to fix yung hati and even out the tangles.


Btw, do you know any hair stylists that specializes in cutting curly hair? I used to go to my mom's hairstylist, and he always gives me the same haircut, only varied lengths since I was 12 and insists that I get it rebonded. I need a new hairstyle.

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Re: Naturally curly hair (mga kulotchina)
« Reply #16 on: March 21, 2010, 10:57:57 AM »
I have a natural wavy at curly hair na talagang mas gusto ni hubby nakatali na lang talaga kasi parang buhaghag daw, tapos one time nakalimutan ko ang pony sa house namin so pumasok ako sa work ng nakalugay which I do not usually do, they asked me kung permed ba daw ang hair ko sabi ko no, di lang nasuklay at wala lang akong tali sa hair kaya yan ganyan yan mas gusto daw nila ang hair ko nakalugay kasi parang kinulot.

Sabi ko sa hubby ko na madami like ang hair ko na nakalugay, sabi ni hubby huwag daw ako maniwala dun joke lang daw un, sabi konagsabi is like about 4-5 girls, sabi niya pinagkakaisahan lang daw ako nun, nilalait lang talaga nila ako sa totoo lang. This is their dream hair daw.

I am loving my hair, at my body naman siya kaso sobrang kapal at wavy ng hair ko but I am getting compliments naman na parang nagpaparlor or parang may party lagi, I am just thankful at nauso ang buhok na wash and wear tulad ng hair ko.
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Re: Naturally curly hair (mga kulotchina)
« Reply #17 on: March 21, 2010, 04:21:21 PM »
pasali sisses...

mine is very difficult to handle...parang isang daan lang ng hangin, it goes out of hand na...buhaghag na agad... hirap itame...

i've had it relaxed before... i followed what the stylist said...
but alas,  1 week lang sya straight...bumalik uli sa pagiging curly...
lumalaban hair ko..... :P feeling ko tuloy i've wasted my money since no effect pa rin..

can you suggest good creams, lotion or serum?
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Re: Naturally curly hair (mga kulotchina)
« Reply #18 on: March 21, 2010, 08:07:47 PM »
^ i use Vitress Hair Polish, the white one, it manages my swirls perfectly! ;D parang cinurling iron tee hee!. tsaka always remember use a good shampoo, i personally use Kolours in Brilliant brown, nice smell and it does revive my hair and its color. ;)

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Re: Naturally curly hair (mga kulotchina)
« Reply #19 on: March 31, 2010, 02:16:14 PM »
agree ako with sis michilaine, i love using vitress hair polish sa ends ng hair then un clear naman sa top para shiny.  dati kasi meron un suave and ang ganda ng effect kaso na phase out kaya i started using vitress.  parang may party na lagi pupuntahan pag nakalugay pa. ngayon, im trying to grow it hanggang waist para kamuka ng mga nasa mexican novela. girl na girl yun feeling kaso mahirap lang dahil sa falling hairs ska ang gastos sa shampoo ^_^

 

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