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Promo Fab: Jennifer Hudson & Ciara

Both Jennifer Hudson and Ciara are doing promo photoshoots for their upcoming albums. Check out some of the shots: CiCi was spotted taking a break from the set of her photoshoot.  She even brought Tyson (her pup) along to keep her company.  Is it just me or is she riding that fine line of bobblehead status? Curves are fab CiCi don't lose 'em all. And Jenny Hudson's shots: Hot. More pics when you read the rest.... Click above pic for larger image Nice looks for Jenny.   And interesting looks for Ciara.  Fab chicks all around though.  
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I don't like Ciara's hair

I don't like Ciara's hair like this.. Nor do I like those tights with this dress.. I like J-Hud's pixx... The 3rd one is not such a good shot.. Her leg looks out of place and her face looks a bit tough..
Rayza's picture

Stop makig excuss for Ciara.

Stop makig excuss for Ciara. She did not have to lose weight if indeed she is modeling. She wasn't that big in the first place. Her whole look is terrible. She looks like a hooker. Jennifer on the other hand looks good.
memyselfandi's picture

CIARA GOT SOME BIG ASS FEET,

CIARA GOT SOME BIG ASS FEET, SERIOUSLY SHE IS PRETTY AND SHE CAN DANCE AND ALL OF THAT... SO I AIN'T HATING BUT DAMN HER FEET ARE HUGE.
Mo's picture

please ci ci looks like she

please ci ci looks like she been smoking two crack pipes...boo curves are sexy you were fine the way you were the skin and bones look is not fly. I dont want her to do a dance and break a bone she needs to eat ASAP. J hud looks good
miss T's picture

Ciara looks she has developed

Ciara looks she has developed the eating disorder which if true is disappointing. Stills looks like she has the hips though. J-Hud I love but it is funny how people are saying she looks great when it is obvious that her recent photoshoots are photoshopped. There will be some photo's of her out and about and we will see that she is atleast 40lbs heavier then in the shoots. Curves and thickness is good J-Hud. That is what you fans love about you.
parkside701's picture

CiCi doesn't look good to me.

CiCi doesn't look good to me. JHud is FIYAH!!! Working that Photoshop...
Em's picture

she looks lowkey sick

she looks lowkey sick
keama's picture

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[quote comment="159600"][quote comment="159509"][quote comment="159469"]THANK YOU LADIES!!!!!! Also, I have NEVER had a weave. I heard that your hair grows a lot underneath a full head weave. I'm thinking about trying that, but when I talked to my hairstylist about it, she said she only uses good hair (that costs $40/ oz!!) What kind of hair do you recommend?? (that doesnt cost too much) I applaud those who have made "the big chop" and started from scratch... but i would never do that.. i need length. Its been so hard to manage these days :'( I find myself pulling it back all the time but i dont want my hairline to start receding so I dont really want to do that anymore... And are there any good wigs out there? .. i mean im not trying to make it obvious that its a wig (if i choose that option.[/quote] Your hair stylist is wildin'... you can still get good hair in bulk for cheaper.. never heard of $40/oz. I needed 8 oz and it cost me $212 from one of those special hair shops that sell them in bulk. Look up your nearest one[/quote] Did you guys hear about MTG oil?? A oil used for horse. Ive been reading a lot about it and i decide to give a try.Its supposed to grow your hair like crazy, thick and all... I don't have hairline issue and i did not touch a relaxer in a year and my hair are thick but impossible to manage so... Anyways, i alsoefound a company called Miss jessie and they have a salon in NY where they can turn your kinks into curls without using any chemical. That should give more softness to the hair. I will take an appointnment. You guys should look at the website its so nice...[/quote] Nice.... Only heard about Mane N Tail.. the horse shampoo. Maybe we should have some beauty section... take us away from all this celeb gossip when it gets ugly. Let us know how the oil works out?
Joja86's picture

Yeah Ciara looks like she's

Yeah Ciara looks like she's on something in that first pic. J-hud looks great!
MsPoodle's picture

OK,I know you must be a

OK,I know you must be a certain height and weight for modeling but i'll be damned if Ciaara isn't starting to look like Nicole Ritchie pre prgnancy.
NolaChic's picture

[quote comment="159504"]I

[quote comment="159504"]I noticed some you mentioned soul food and looking for a good one in Cali. Well, if you're in Southern California you should try LBJ's located in Long Beach.[/quote] Long Beachhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!
camdon's picture

ciara looks good. her body is

ciara looks good. her body is toned. but she does look a bit tired.... long day or lack of nourishment. drink an energy drink cici.
sdf's picture

wtf is ciara on?

wtf is ciara on?
black_ice's picture

[quote

[quote comment="159509"][quote comment="159469"]THANK YOU LADIES!!!!!! Also, I have NEVER had a weave. I heard that your hair grows a lot underneath a full head weave. I'm thinking about trying that, but when I talked to my hairstylist about it, she said she only uses good hair (that costs $40/ oz!!) What kind of hair do you recommend?? (that doesnt cost too much) I applaud those who have made "the big chop" and started from scratch... but i would never do that.. i need length. Its been so hard to manage these days :'( I find myself pulling it back all the time but i dont want my hairline to start receding so I dont really want to do that anymore... And are there any good wigs out there? .. i mean im not trying to make it obvious that its a wig (if i choose that option.[/quote] Your hair stylist is wildin'... you can still get good hair in bulk for cheaper.. never heard of $40/oz. I needed 8 oz and it cost me $212 from one of those special hair shops that sell them in bulk. Look up your nearest one[/quote] Did you guys hear about MTG oil?? A oil used for horse. Ive been reading a lot about it and i decide to give a try.Its supposed to grow your hair like crazy, thick and all... I don't have hairline issue and i did not touch a relaxer in a year and my hair are thick but impossible to manage so... Anyways, i alsoefound a company called Miss jessie and they have a salon in NY where they can turn your kinks into curls without using any chemical. That should give more softness to the hair. I will take an appointnment. You guys should look at the website its so nice...
Valenne's picture

[quote comment="159007"]j hud

[quote comment="159007"]j hud looks beautiful..not sure if im feeling those black tight/pantyhose on ciara..not feeling the hair either..not feeling the look at all[/quote] I agree here. Jenny looks HOT! Ciara looks like a person for a scary movie with WAY to much hair. She would look a lot better if she take out some of the weave. It makes her look off balance. Cute pup tho.
JustSaying's picture

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[quote comment="159544"][quote comment="159507"]me too LJ! yay for wrapping, lol[/quote] I know! Makes being a YBF chick so much easier! lol[/quote] yes, lawd yes, lol
kaykay's picture

Danielle said: Pew. The title

Danielle said: Pew. The title of the album is 'Fantasy Ride'...I was expecting something else. Cici looks like somebody's drunk Auntie who got strung out on the corner the day before Thanksgiving. *And I say the day [before] because Cici is in dire need of a Bologna sandwich on rye. NOT a good C. Luvs the hair however. And I see Mimi’s retoucher is still on the loose…that ain’t Jenny’s body! SMDH. Thank you guh! you da only one being honest. Now I love me some Ciara. I think she one of THE best..but Miss Goodies is lookin a bit crackish.
cloverix's picture

[quote comment="159507"]me

[quote comment="159507"]me too LJ! yay for wrapping, lol[/quote] I know! Makes being a YBF chick so much easier! lol
LJ's picture

Jennifer looks ok.. Ciara

Jennifer looks ok.. Ciara looks a mess..
KIKI's picture

[quote

[quote comment="159510"][quote comment="159469"]THANK YOU LADIES!!!!!! Also, I have NEVER had a weave. I heard that your hair grows a lot underneath a full head weave. I'm thinking about trying that, but when I talked to my hairstylist about it, she said she only uses good hair (that costs $40/ oz!!) What kind of hair do you recommend?? (that doesnt cost too much) I applaud those who have made "the big chop" and started from scratch... but i would never do that.. i need length. Its been so hard to manage these days :'( I find myself pulling it back all the time but i dont want my hairline to start receding so I dont really want to do that anymore... And are there any good wigs out there? .. i mean im not trying to make it obvious that its a wig (if i choose that option.[/quote] Your hair stylist is wildin'... you can still get good hair in bulk for cheaper.. never heard of $40/oz. I needed 8 oz and it cost me $212 from one of those special hair shops that sell them in bulk (lasts 6-8 months). Look up your nearest one[/quote] thats why i deal with wagmans hair.
Missy's picture

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[quote comment="159496"]*sigh* im back[/quote] welcome back male ybf'er :)
kaykay's picture

[quote comment="159469"]THANK

[quote comment="159469"]THANK YOU LADIES!!!!!! Also, I have NEVER had a weave. I heard that your hair grows a lot underneath a full head weave. I'm thinking about trying that, but when I talked to my hairstylist about it, she said she only uses good hair (that costs $40/ oz!!) What kind of hair do you recommend?? (that doesnt cost too much) I applaud those who have made "the big chop" and started from scratch... but i would never do that.. i need length. Its been so hard to manage these days :'( I find myself pulling it back all the time but i dont want my hairline to start receding so I dont really want to do that anymore... And are there any good wigs out there? .. i mean im not trying to make it obvious that its a wig (if i choose that option.[/quote] Your hair stylist is wildin'... you can still get good hair in bulk for cheaper.. never heard of $40/oz. I needed 8 oz and it cost me $212 from one of those special hair shops that sell them in bulk (lasts 6-8 months). Look up your nearest one
Joja86's picture

[quote comment="159469"]THANK

[quote comment="159469"]THANK YOU LADIES!!!!!! Also, I have NEVER had a weave. I heard that your hair grows a lot underneath a full head weave. I'm thinking about trying that, but when I talked to my hairstylist about it, she said she only uses good hair (that costs $40/ oz!!) What kind of hair do you recommend?? (that doesnt cost too much) I applaud those who have made "the big chop" and started from scratch... but i would never do that.. i need length. Its been so hard to manage these days :'( I find myself pulling it back all the time but i dont want my hairline to start receding so I dont really want to do that anymore... And are there any good wigs out there? .. i mean im not trying to make it obvious that its a wig (if i choose that option.[/quote] Your hair stylist is wildin'... you can still get good hair in bulk for cheaper.. never heard of $40/oz. I needed 8 oz and it cost me $212 from one of those special hair shops that sell them in bulk. Look up your nearest one
Joja86's picture

me too LJ! yay for wrapping,

me too LJ! yay for wrapping, lol
kaykay's picture

[quote

[quote comment="159493"][quote comment="159448"][quote comment="159430"][quote comment="159395"][quote comment="159376"][quote comment="159274"]... ok so i know this is kinda random, but has anyone ever made the transition from relaxed to natural hair? i havent permed my hair in a whiiillee and its beginning to be unmanageable. any suggestions??[/quote] A friend of mine did it-she just cut her hair off and started from scratch. She wore wigs when it was really, really short and then as it grew she would twist it or braid it (with her own hair, not a weave). Now, it has grown out and it is a big pretty afro-it looks sooo good it almost makes me want to do the same-emphasis on the almost because my hair is so thick, I need a perm in my life![/quote] man, thick hair is the bomb! your perm is probably so pretty but so would your twist/fro/braids, etc....i love thick hair...[/quote] I love it too but by the time I get to six weeks I am pretty much begging for a perm! But yeah, the natural probably would look good, more than anything, I think I'm just really timid about cutting it all off.[/quote] well if you want to cut off and forgo the short fro you could just get a cute short cut. i just got a cute little cut and i really like it, it looks like i have a wig on but it's my hair, lol...and you feel like a new person-there's a lot to be said for reinvention if you're looking for a change...hair is so fun :)[/quote] I have been in a hair rut for a while so maybe a cut is just what I need. The only thing is every now and then I get real lazy in the morning and a ponytail saves me from looking really foolish so I don't know how the short hair would work with that.[/quote] kimmy i wrap my little doo every night and it looks the bomb in the am. mind u it's not even a week old yet :) but so far so good. i love the whole wrapping thing...i loved my pony too-rememba when you chop it your hair grows back super fast-you can do it! lol
kaykay's picture

I noticed some you mentioned

I noticed some you mentioned soul food and looking for a good one in Cali. Well, if you're in Southern California you should try LBJ's located in Long Beach.
nba961's picture

[quote

[quote comment="159493"][quote comment="159448"][quote comment="159430"][quote comment="159395"][quote comment="159376"][quote comment="159274"]... ok so i know this is kinda random, but has anyone ever made the transition from relaxed to natural hair? i havent permed my hair in a whiiillee and its beginning to be unmanageable. any suggestions??[/quote] A friend of mine did it-she just cut her hair off and started from scratch. She wore wigs when it was really, really short and then as it grew she would twist it or braid it (with her own hair, not a weave). Now, it has grown out and it is a big pretty afro-it looks sooo good it almost makes me want to do the same-emphasis on the almost because my hair is so thick, I need a perm in my life![/quote] man, thick hair is the bomb! your perm is probably so pretty but so would your twist/fro/braids, etc....i love thick hair...[/quote] I love it too but by the time I get to six weeks I am pretty much begging for a perm! But yeah, the natural probably would look good, more than anything, I think I'm just really timid about cutting it all off.[/quote] well if you want to cut off and forgo the short fro you could just get a cute short cut. i just got a cute little cut and i really like it, it looks like i have a wig on but it's my hair, lol...and you feel like a new person-there's a lot to be said for reinvention if you're looking for a change...hair is so fun :)[/quote] I have been in a hair rut for a while so maybe a cut is just what I need. The only thing is every now and then I get real lazy in the morning and a ponytail saves me from looking really foolish so I don't know how the short hair would work with that.[/quote] Well I can wrap my new cut so that saves me A LOT because when it comes to hair, I can be lazy as hell
LJ's picture

[quote comment="159469"]THANK

[quote comment="159469"]THANK YOU LADIES!!!!!! Also, I have NEVER had a weave. I heard that your hair grows a lot underneath a full head weave. I'm thinking about trying that, but when I talked to my hairstylist about it, she said she only uses good hair (that costs $40/ oz!!) What kind of hair do you recommend?? (that doesnt cost too much) I applaud those who have made "the big chop" and started from scratch... but i would never do that.. i need length. Its been so hard to manage these days :'( I find myself pulling it back all the time but i dont want my hairline to start receding so I dont really want to do that anymore... And are there any good wigs out there? .. i mean im not trying to make it obvious that its a wig (if i choose that option.[/quote] i'd go for the half wigs if you take the wig route. they are popular amongst my hairstylist/braider/model friend here in DC and if you flat iron your roots you can blend your hair over the hairline (be mindful of breakage tho). betsy johnson has a nice line of wigs-don't know how young the styles are though. please don't get a weave unless it's a good one that you get done like regular hair at the shop-them girls weaves be the bomb! there expensive though.
kaykay's picture

[quote

[quote comment="159481"][quote comment="159439"][quote comment="159376"][quote comment="159274"]... ok so i know this is kinda random, but has anyone ever made the transition from relaxed to natural hair? i havent permed my hair in a whiiillee and its beginning to be unmanageable. any suggestions??[/quote] A friend of mine did it-she just cut her hair off and started from scratch. She wore wigs when it was really, really short and then as it grew she would twist it or braid it (with her own hair, not a weave). Now, it has grown out and it is a big pretty afro-it looks sooo good it almost makes me want to do the same-emphasis on the almost because my hair is so thick, I need a perm in my life![/quote] I have thick hair as well so w/o the perm, it takes me about 4 hours to flat iron it. Its a pain in the azz b/c its hella hot in Tn in the summer. My hair looks much healthier w/o the perm. At least my biceps are getting a workout though! LOL Now there are times when I just want to give up and go back to the perm but I think about how much better my hair looks w/o one so I just suffer through it. *sigh* The struggle to be YBF! :)[/quote] Yeah, I bet it does look much healthier without the perm but 4 hours! How often do you have to flat iron it? And I live in FL so I can only imagine what the heat would do to my hair cause it is hot like a mofo down here![/quote] Girl, one time I did it and it took 6 hours! But I think that's because I was trying to run back in the living room to watch tv. Now how often I do it depends on the weather. If it rains, I can CANCEL it because my hair puffs into a big afro. Since my hair frizzes at the slightest sign of rain or humidity, I try to use products that get rid of that. Mostly, I do it every week and a half or every 2 weeks. My hair has a mind of its own so I really just have to see how its going to act on a daily basis. And Kimmy you cool wit me so I ain't EVEN gonna lie to you, if I don't feel like doing it, I just call my homegirl and she'll do it! LOL
LJ's picture

[quote comment="159469"]THANK

[quote comment="159469"]THANK YOU LADIES!!!!!! Also, I have NEVER had a weave. I heard that your hair grows a lot underneath a full head weave. I'm thinking about trying that, but when I talked to my hairstylist about it, she said she only uses good hair (that costs $40/ oz!!) What kind of hair do you recommend?? (that doesnt cost too much) I applaud those who have made "the big chop" and started from scratch... but i would never do that.. i need length. Its been so hard to manage these days :'( I find myself pulling it back all the time but i dont want my hairline to start receding so I dont really want to do that anymore... And are there any good wigs out there? .. i mean im not trying to make it obvious that its a wig (if i choose that option.[/quote] Try hair sisters.com, for differnt weave and wig options.
Missy's picture

*sigh* im back

*sigh* im back
TalknMiSh*t's picture

[quote

[quote comment="159448"][quote comment="159430"][quote comment="159395"][quote comment="159376"][quote comment="159274"]... ok so i know this is kinda random, but has anyone ever made the transition from relaxed to natural hair? i havent permed my hair in a whiiillee and its beginning to be unmanageable. any suggestions??[/quote] A friend of mine did it-she just cut her hair off and started from scratch. She wore wigs when it was really, really short and then as it grew she would twist it or braid it (with her own hair, not a weave). Now, it has grown out and it is a big pretty afro-it looks sooo good it almost makes me want to do the same-emphasis on the almost because my hair is so thick, I need a perm in my life![/quote] man, thick hair is the bomb! your perm is probably so pretty but so would your twist/fro/braids, etc....i love thick hair...[/quote] I love it too but by the time I get to six weeks I am pretty much begging for a perm! But yeah, the natural probably would look good, more than anything, I think I'm just really timid about cutting it all off.[/quote] well if you want to cut off and forgo the short fro you could just get a cute short cut. i just got a cute little cut and i really like it, it looks like i have a wig on but it's my hair, lol...and you feel like a new person-there's a lot to be said for reinvention if you're looking for a change...hair is so fun :)[/quote] I have been in a hair rut for a while so maybe a cut is just what I need. The only thing is every now and then I get real lazy in the morning and a ponytail saves me from looking really foolish so I don't know how the short hair would work with that.
Kimmy's picture

Hey, can we keep it on the

Hey, can we keep it on the REAL!!! Cici looks confused as h**...ask her what her name is and she would not have a clue..too many diet pills are not good for your body...let's pray for the sista -- J-Hud looks fabo, sunken in stomach and all!!! PEACE!
PrincessP's picture

[quote

[quote comment="159465"][quote comment="159448"][quote comment="159430"][quote comment="159395"][quote comment="159376"][quote comment="159274"]... ok so i know this is kinda random, but has anyone ever made the transition from relaxed to natural hair? i havent permed my hair in a whiiillee and its beginning to be unmanageable. any suggestions??[/quote] A friend of mine did it-she just cut her hair off and started from scratch. She wore wigs when it was really, really short and then as it grew she would twist it or braid it (with her own hair, not a weave). Now, it has grown out and it is a big pretty afro-it looks sooo good it almost makes me want to do the same-emphasis on the almost because my hair is so thick, I need a perm in my life![/quote] man, thick hair is the bomb! your perm is probably so pretty but so would your twist/fro/braids, etc....i love thick hair...[/quote] I love it too but by the time I get to six weeks I am pretty much begging for a perm! But yeah, the natural probably would look good, more than anything, I think I'm just really timid about cutting it all off.[/quote] well if you want to cut off and forgo the short fro you could just get a cute short cut. i just got a cute little cut and i really like it, it looks like i have a wig on but it's my hair, lol...and you feel like a new person-there's a lot to be said for reinvention if you're looking for a change...hair is so fun :)[/quote] I just got a shorter cut too. I wasn't ready for the short fro (honestly, my head is too damn big!) so I just got a bob similar to one Katie Holmes used to have. After a lame 2007, I was getting new 08 hair to go along with my new 08 attitude![/quote] Aight Patti Labelle!!
Valski's picture

[quote

[quote comment="159439"][quote comment="159376"][quote comment="159274"]... ok so i know this is kinda random, but has anyone ever made the transition from relaxed to natural hair? i havent permed my hair in a whiiillee and its beginning to be unmanageable. any suggestions??[/quote] A friend of mine did it-she just cut her hair off and started from scratch. She wore wigs when it was really, really short and then as it grew she would twist it or braid it (with her own hair, not a weave). Now, it has grown out and it is a big pretty afro-it looks sooo good it almost makes me want to do the same-emphasis on the almost because my hair is so thick, I need a perm in my life![/quote] I have thick hair as well so w/o the perm, it takes me about 4 hours to flat iron it. Its a pain in the azz b/c its hella hot in Tn in the summer. My hair looks much healthier w/o the perm. At least my biceps are getting a workout though! LOL Now there are times when I just want to give up and go back to the perm but I think about how much better my hair looks w/o one so I just suffer through it. *sigh* The struggle to be YBF! :)[/quote] Yeah, I bet it does look much healthier without the perm but 4 hours! How often do you have to flat iron it? And I live in FL so I can only imagine what the heat would do to my hair cause it is hot like a mofo down here!
Kimmy's picture

[quote

[quote comment="159049"][quote comment="159007"]j hud looks beautiful..not sure if im feeling those black tight/pantyhose on ciara..not feeling the hair either..not feeling the look at all[/quote] I hate tights....Looking like a throw back dancer from Solid Gold......She looks like she iabout to give us jazz hands....Not a good look....and the suede boots in the summer?????[/quote] lol @ "jazz hands"
classylady's picture

[quote

[quote comment="159460"][quote comment="159376"][quote comment="159274"]... ok so i know this is kinda random, but has anyone ever made the transition from relaxed to natural hair? i havent permed my hair in a whiiillee and its beginning to be unmanageable. any suggestions??[/quote] A friend of mine did it-she just cut her hair off and started from scratch. She wore wigs when it was really, really short and then as it grew she would twist it or braid it (with her own hair, not a weave). Now, it has grown out and it is a big pretty afro-it looks sooo good it almost makes me want to do the same-emphasis on the almost because my hair is so thick, I need a perm in my life![/quote] I have, but I grew locks when I was growing out my perm. It depends on what you want to do with your hair. Good luck![/quote] I just kept my hair in braids for about 6 months. Then I started getting a WBC(wash,blow,curl). I get compliments all the time about how healthy my hair looks. Good luck and just hang in there it's worth it!
concrete rose's picture

I dont think anyone has made

I dont think anyone has made a comment on that damn dog she keeps bringing around. Not sayin' the baby ain't cut but everytime I see him I think the Snuggle Bear has gooten loose! Omigod! Lions, tigers and bears!!!!!
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[quote comment="159455"][quote comment="159445"][quote comment="159264"][quote comment="159245"][quote comment="159234"][quote comment="159227"]Fashionicon2010, SHUT YOUR MOUTH girl,lol...now true i haven't bought soulfood at home in years b/c i've been gone for so long (and i just eat my dad's)but i know that's not true! Where did you eat this sugar mac and cheese? Everyone in CA is one or 2 generations removed from the south so we have good cookin'...i know don't put sugar in my mac and cheese...[/quote] No cooking like southern cooking though...I can't wait for Thanksgiving!!!![/quote] i guess...my mom's from monroe louisiana-can't get any more southern than that boo...and she can't even touch my aunt clauzella's food...[/quote] Not aunt clauzella?!LOL[/quote] OMG!!!! Stop![/quote] Valksi, where you been chica? lol, yeah we had a good ol' food convo today...even brught my aunt clauzella into it :)[/quote] Me and my manager have been surfing the net all day! Ya'll should check on You Tube with the 2 men and the Lion! It's soooo sweet. Sorry I missed the food chat. I'm here in the ATL with Krispy Kreme and soul food!
Valski's picture

THANK YOU

THANK YOU LADIES!!!!!! Also, I have NEVER had a weave. I heard that your hair grows a lot underneath a full head weave. I'm thinking about trying that, but when I talked to my hairstylist about it, she said she only uses good hair (that costs $40/ oz!!) What kind of hair do you recommend?? (that doesnt cost too much) I applaud those who have made "the big chop" and started from scratch... but i would never do that.. i need length. Its been so hard to manage these days :'( I find myself pulling it back all the time but i dont want my hairline to start receding so I dont really want to do that anymore... And are there any good wigs out there? .. i mean im not trying to make it obvious that its a wig (if i choose that option.
GTBABYGYAL's picture

[quote

[quote comment="159448"][quote comment="159430"][quote comment="159395"][quote comment="159376"][quote comment="159274"]... ok so i know this is kinda random, but has anyone ever made the transition from relaxed to natural hair? i havent permed my hair in a whiiillee and its beginning to be unmanageable. any suggestions??[/quote] A friend of mine did it-she just cut her hair off and started from scratch. She wore wigs when it was really, really short and then as it grew she would twist it or braid it (with her own hair, not a weave). Now, it has grown out and it is a big pretty afro-it looks sooo good it almost makes me want to do the same-emphasis on the almost because my hair is so thick, I need a perm in my life![/quote] man, thick hair is the bomb! your perm is probably so pretty but so would your twist/fro/braids, etc....i love thick hair...[/quote] I love it too but by the time I get to six weeks I am pretty much begging for a perm! But yeah, the natural probably would look good, more than anything, I think I'm just really timid about cutting it all off.[/quote] well if you want to cut off and forgo the short fro you could just get a cute short cut. i just got a cute little cut and i really like it, it looks like i have a wig on but it's my hair, lol...and you feel like a new person-there's a lot to be said for reinvention if you're looking for a change...hair is so fun :)[/quote] I just got a shorter cut too. I wasn't ready for the short fro (honestly, my head is too damn big!) so I just got a bob similar to one Katie Holmes used to have. After a lame 2007, I was getting new 08 hair to go along with my new 08 attitude!
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[quote comment="159376"][quote comment="159274"]... ok so i know this is kinda random, but has anyone ever made the transition from relaxed to natural hair? i havent permed my hair in a whiiillee and its beginning to be unmanageable. any suggestions??[/quote] A friend of mine did it-she just cut her hair off and started from scratch. She wore wigs when it was really, really short and then as it grew she would twist it or braid it (with her own hair, not a weave). Now, it has grown out and it is a big pretty afro-it looks sooo good it almost makes me want to do the same-emphasis on the almost because my hair is so thick, I need a perm in my life![/quote] I have, but I grew locks when I was growing out my perm. It depends on what you want to do with your hair. Good luck!
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[quote comment="159445"][quote comment="159264"][quote comment="159245"][quote comment="159234"][quote comment="159227"]Fashionicon2010, SHUT YOUR MOUTH girl,lol...now true i haven't bought soulfood at home in years b/c i've been gone for so long (and i just eat my dad's)but i know that's not true! Where did you eat this sugar mac and cheese? Everyone in CA is one or 2 generations removed from the south so we have good cookin'...i know don't put sugar in my mac and cheese...[/quote] No cooking like southern cooking though...I can't wait for Thanksgiving!!!![/quote] i guess...my mom's from monroe louisiana-can't get any more southern than that boo...and she can't even touch my aunt clauzella's food...[/quote] Not aunt clauzella?!LOL[/quote] OMG!!!! Stop![/quote] Valksi, where you been chica? lol, yeah we had a good ol' food convo today...even brught my aunt clauzella into it :)
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[quote comment="159430"][quote comment="159395"][quote comment="159376"][quote comment="159274"]... ok so i know this is kinda random, but has anyone ever made the transition from relaxed to natural hair? i havent permed my hair in a whiiillee and its beginning to be unmanageable. any suggestions??[/quote] A friend of mine did it-she just cut her hair off and started from scratch. She wore wigs when it was really, really short and then as it grew she would twist it or braid it (with her own hair, not a weave). Now, it has grown out and it is a big pretty afro-it looks sooo good it almost makes me want to do the same-emphasis on the almost because my hair is so thick, I need a perm in my life![/quote] man, thick hair is the bomb! your perm is probably so pretty but so would your twist/fro/braids, etc....i love thick hair...[/quote] I love it too but by the time I get to six weeks I am pretty much begging for a perm! But yeah, the natural probably would look good, more than anything, I think I'm just really timid about cutting it all off.[/quote] well if you want to cut off and forgo the short fro you could just get a cute short cut. i just got a cute little cut and i really like it, it looks like i have a wig on but it's my hair, lol...and you feel like a new person-there's a lot to be said for reinvention if you're looking for a change...hair is so fun :)
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[quote comment="159264"][quote comment="159245"][quote comment="159234"][quote comment="159227"]Fashionicon2010, SHUT YOUR MOUTH girl,lol...now true i haven't bought soulfood at home in years b/c i've been gone for so long (and i just eat my dad's)but i know that's not true! Where did you eat this sugar mac and cheese? Everyone in CA is one or 2 generations removed from the south so we have good cookin'...i know don't put sugar in my mac and cheese...[/quote] No cooking like southern cooking though...I can't wait for Thanksgiving!!!![/quote] i guess...my mom's from monroe louisiana-can't get any more southern than that boo...and she can't even touch my aunt clauzella's food...[/quote] Not aunt clauzella?!LOL[/quote] OMG!!!! Stop!
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[quote comment="159376"][quote comment="159274"]... ok so i know this is kinda random, but has anyone ever made the transition from relaxed to natural hair? i havent permed my hair in a whiiillee and its beginning to be unmanageable. any suggestions??[/quote] A friend of mine did it-she just cut her hair off and started from scratch. She wore wigs when it was really, really short and then as it grew she would twist it or braid it (with her own hair, not a weave). Now, it has grown out and it is a big pretty afro-it looks sooo good it almost makes me want to do the same-emphasis on the almost because my hair is so thick, I need a perm in my life![/quote] I have thick hair as well so w/o the perm, it takes me about 4 hours to flat iron it. Its a pain in the azz b/c its hella hot in Tn in the summer. My hair looks much healthier w/o the perm. At least my biceps are getting a workout though! LOL Now there are times when I just want to give up and go back to the perm but I think about how much better my hair looks w/o one so I just suffer through it. *sigh* The struggle to be YBF! :)
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[quote comment="159395"][quote comment="159376"][quote comment="159274"]... ok so i know this is kinda random, but has anyone ever made the transition from relaxed to natural hair? i havent permed my hair in a whiiillee and its beginning to be unmanageable. any suggestions??[/quote] A friend of mine did it-she just cut her hair off and started from scratch. She wore wigs when it was really, really short and then as it grew she would twist it or braid it (with her own hair, not a weave). Now, it has grown out and it is a big pretty afro-it looks sooo good it almost makes me want to do the same-emphasis on the almost because my hair is so thick, I need a perm in my life![/quote] man, thick hair is the bomb! your perm is probably so pretty but so would your twist/fro/braids, etc....i love thick hair...[/quote] I love it too but by the time I get to six weeks I am pretty much begging for a perm! But yeah, the natural probably would look good, more than anything, I think I'm just really timid about cutting it all off.
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Hey Fashion Icon 2010 - I

Hey Fashion Icon 2010 - I belive that Union City is close to you and there is a krispy kreme in the big shopping center there. When you move to Berkeley (my city!) there is a krispy kreme in pinole about 15 miles away off the 80
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[quote comment="159401"][quote comment="159395"][quote comment="159376"][quote comment="159274"]... ok so i know this is kinda random, but has anyone ever made the transition from relaxed to natural hair? i havent permed my hair in a whiiillee and its beginning to be unmanageable. any suggestions??[/quote] A friend of mine did it-she just cut her hair off and started from scratch. She wore wigs when it was really, really short and then as it grew she would twist it or braid it (with her own hair, not a weave). Now, it has grown out and it is a big pretty afro-it looks sooo good it almost makes me want to do the same-emphasis on the almost because my hair is so thick, I need a perm in my life![/quote] man, thick hair is the bomb! your perm is probably so pretty but so would your twist/fro/braids, etc....i love thick hair...[/quote] You should like my mom. Yeah, its nice unless you have to deal with it daily! Trust. LOL. I think everybody always wants something other than what they have.[/quote] sound* like
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there is something

there is something brokedown-modely about ciara's first few pics, but they both look pretty good
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