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Tracee Ellis Ross is launching a new haircare line for biracial and mixed race women who struggle to manage their loose curly hair.

Although mixed race women are envied for their so-called "good hair", most mixed race women say they struggle to maintain their frizzy curls that tangles easily.

Ross has the answer to their problem. The 'Black-ish' star said her new haircare line Pattern Beauty will "fulfill the unmet needs of our community".

Although the line is targeted toward the mixed race community, Black women with a tighter curl pattern than their mixed race sisters can also use Ross' products.

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The 46-year-old Scorpio announced her new line on Instagram.com on Tuesday, Sept. 3.

"@patternbeauty is here to empower," Ross wrote.

"@patternbeauty is for those of us who need more than a quarter size of product. large conditioner sizes that actually fulfill the unmet needs of our community. accessible pricing because everyone should have access to their most beautiful hair in their own shower, and gorgeous packaging that conjures the legacy of our history and makes us all feel like the royalty that we are."

Pattern Beauty products will include a shampoo, three targeted conditioners, a leave-in conditioner, two hair serums, a shower brush, a hair clip and a microfiber towel to enhance and nourish curls.

Ross said she spent two years working with chemists in order to select the seven initial formulas with safe ingredients.

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"I'm excited for PATTERN to join the natural hair movement, and to celebrate our hair for what it is: beautiful!" she said.

The products will go on sale Monday at patternbeauty.com and on Sept. 22 at Ulta stores. Prie range from $9 to $42.
 

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Thrilled to introduce PATTERN // my new hair care brand specifically for curly, coily, and tight textured hair.?? ?? @patternbeauty is the result of 20 years of dreaming, 10 years in the making (I wrote my first brand pitch in 2008, right when girlfriends finished ) and 2 years of working with chemists. I’m so excited to share this with y’all. ?? ?? @patternbeauty is here to empower and nourish curly, coily and tight-textured hair. 3b to 4c. The formulas are unique and packed with luscious & safe ingredients-trust me I know, because my panel and I tried 74 different samples to get these 7 formulas for phase one.?? ?? @patternbeauty is for those of us who need more than a quarter size of product. large conditioner sizes that actually fulfill the unmet needs of our community. accessible pricing because everyone should have access to their most beautiful hair in their own shower, and gorgeous packaging that conjures the legacy of our history and makes us all feel like the royalty that we are. ?? ?? I’m excited for PATTERN to join the natural hair movement, and to celebrate our hair for what it is: beautiful! The line will be available on patternbeauty.com this Monday, September 9 at 9am ET!!!! #RockYourPattern

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  • jeniefrumdabloc™
  • morenYAHdelsur

    To be fair, Tracee didn’t refer to this as “mixed race” hair care ?

  • The Chosen 1.

    I WONDER IF IT WILL DO ANYTHING FOR THE BUCK SHOTS ON SOMEONES HEAD. KEEP IN MIND THAT THOSE ARE TIGHT CURLS, TOO.

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    She didn't have to. We can read between the lines.

  • IyanlaVanzantoftheInterWebs

    Beautiful Odd looking woman just like her momma!

  • Miss Lady

    Two questions....how does shampoo/hair products empower you and what does being naked have to do with shampoo/hair products? I'm just asking for a friend.

  • deidre martin

    OK I THINK KEVIN HART DONE F'D UP AGAIN. I KNEW IT AFTER HE CLAIMED HE WAS SO MUCH BETTER THAN KAT WILLIAMS AND FELT A LITTLE TOO BIG FOR HIS BRITCHES! THEY DONE HYPED HIM UP AND ABOUT TO TEAR HIM DOWN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Blaque Mahogany

    I didnt see anything that suggested this is made for mixed women but if so, shes a little late. I mean there is a literal brand called Mixed Chicks.

    I just need to know why she has to be naked to sale haircare products.

  • Miss Lady

    I do like the name of her line especially since she posted #RockYourPattern.

  • Miss Lady

    I asked that question for a friend, lol.

  • ZRoJoTheLezBeyond

    "..what does being naked have to do with shampoo/hair products?"
    You was just in my head!

    https://media0.giphy.com/media/W3a0zO282fuBpsqqyD/giphy.gif

  • Renee26

    Congrats to her!!

    That body is siiick!! Get it guurl!!

  • Renee26

    Chile I suppose she's exhibiting o'natural ?

  • Renee26

    ?

  • Alextra Ballard

    Lordt....I was finna “kudos” Ms Tracee tew the nines until I scrolled down and saw her nekkit.....only thing umma say is Good Luck!

  • https://nylapoprush.com/home twitch.tv/NylaPop

    Yassss I'm so here for this cause babayyy that "good hair" shyt is a myth. We have shrinkage too and that frizz be real. I deadass sit at my desk with a WHOLE water bottle to spray my hair throughout the day cause this shyt GUZZLES water and when it's dry issa tangled nightmare you don't want to deal with. Not to mention any products that work for us are expensive af and just like Tracy said WE NEED MORE THAN A DIME SIZE AMOUNT. I can go through a whole bottle of shampoo in a week and a half, moisturizers and other tamers in a matter of days, and it adds up. I am beyond excited to try this and I hope she actually made a good product! https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/128fea48f0d6166a2bcce870503e20441bf2a30b161069cf44359e232b9d7cc8.jpg https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/96dc1c9812cf5a1dd997a77a52129c2f062c8ae05a36093da68cf23d8a593f55.jpg

  • Alextra Ballard

    ?? at odd lookin

  • Cricket404

    I love natural hair products, I'll give it a try. It's for a particular hair type not a specific race.

  • KLo

    That's one ugly beach #realtalk

  • January Jones

    I needed to see this. TY

  • SaltineCrackers

    Good for Tracey, but I'm not spending anymore money on my hair. There are excellent natural hair products that have been on the market for years now. Everyone is trying to make sure the cash out on the wave. Im sure her products will work well for some.

  • KLo

    Her mother wear loose curl wigs. Will she be able to use products on her synthetic wig collection? #ROFLMFAO

  • KarmaBackAround

    ????????

  • January Jones

    Another line that I like is the Vernon Francois products in Sally Beauty. The styling cream tamed my hair in the humidity and that's a game changer for me because I started looking like a Poodle.

  • KLo

    Tracee need to get her weak eye fixed.

  • Joy King

    I’m such a natural hair product junkie.? I’ll have to watch some YouTube reviews of her hair care line first but I’ll definitely purchase if they’re good.

  • KarmaBackAround

    Lawd i tried to go natural a few years ago and im one of them folks that it jus aint work for!! Lil thin, wissspy hair was a mess.. i wanted to be apart of the evolution butttt give me the creamy crack ?????????

  • Li-Wright

    Good luck with that product because it's been done before....Miss Jessie? Carol's Daughter? I use Dippity Doo curls and Garnier Curls. It's all the same. The only difference is she's coming to the party late. She shoud have bought Miss Jessie's!

  • Li-Wright

    You have to moisturize your hair and train it to soften. Moisturize, moisturize your hair (and your face). Get products that have shea oils, Vita E&A, Olive Oil, etc. and use it religiously every day. Your hair will soften and maybe even curl.

  • Li-Wright

    Thanks I'll look that one up.

  • Li-Wright

    Talking about Diana....she needs a modern stylist. I see Diana in videos and her hair hasn't changed since the 1980s....I guess it's her signature but she can change it up. Plus, her long Barbie Doll gowns are passe'. Somebody get Diana a stylist.

  • KcoolMuziq

    Tracee(whom I worked with) had my mouth dropped totally to the floor at her response. But she was a hard worker and deserves all the success she's getting. I'm sure her mother is very proud of her.

  • Alextra Ballard

    I usta use Carol’s Daughter....now I’m byke tew Pantene

  • Chocolate

    I went thru a lot of products before I found what works for me and it’s Designer Essentials entire line. Game changer

    And it’s not as expensive as the others, either.

    FYI I have mid- back length 4b/4c hair ..super thirsty coils.

    This and the LOC method saved my natural life lol

  • Tinytoon

    When you find out, please let the rest of us know. That's a vision I never understood. ?

  • Let them eat cake

    well ppl are def obsessed with traci and her hair texture for sure. It's like she's some sort of goddess to black women LOL. her hair is beautiful... her body is bangin in that photo too but im sorry to say she isn't really aging well in the face. she has enough money to get the best skin treatments and natural rejuvination treatments as well so there's no excuse. She's a sweet person though and thats what matters.

  • Gloria

    Good for her. But why did she have to pose naked just to advertise her product? SMH.

  • Kimberly King

    Auntie ! Lmao stop it ! Where did she say it was for mixed women? Lol As someone with 3A-3C textured curls (ya girl is multi textured; 3B/3C in the back, 3A in the front- see pic below). I can't stand it when people ASSume I don't have hair struggles. My hair tangles easily and can get really frizzy. All I use is Kinky Curly, Alikay and Mane Choice, but I'll look into the brand. I'm an ingredients snob which is why I pass up on 99% of the brands geared towards women with natural hair. Too many fillers, cheap preservatives and other nasty ass ingredients.

  • Let them eat cake

    I just went back to the basics and use softsheen gold for my curls and my hair loves it. all this new stuff is too much. stick to the old school stuff folks.

  • Starburst

    Why washing your hair in the past with limited shampoos and conditioners on the market never a problem? Also, many years ago I never saw women with no edges? I'm talking 20, 30 or even 50 years ago. Now today out of 4 women at least two have no edges. What happened between now and then?

  • Ni Ni

    You're exactly right. I quit buying all the juices and berry crap and went back to Murray's, Blue Magic, and my hair has gotten much better. I hate i ever went down that product junk road.

  • currvalicious

    That's the white side kicking in.

  • Starburst

    Old school Blue Magic and Dax.

  • Ni Ni

    Yep! I have some Dax as well.

  • currvalicious

    You are re-tarded!!! Lmao????

  • AphroKween

    Meaning she wasn't a nice person.

  • Kimberly King

    Auntie ! Lmao stop it ! Where did she say it was for mixed women? Lol As someone with 3A-3C textured curls (ya girl is multi textured; 3B/3C in the back, 3A in the front- see pic below). I can't stand it when people ASSume I don't have hair struggles. My hair tangles easily and can get really frizzy. All I use is Kinky Curly, Alikay and Mane Choice, but I'll look into the brand. I'm an ingredients snob which is why I pass up on 99% of the brands geared towards women with natural hair. Too many fillers, cheap preservatives and other nasty ass ingredients.

  • AphroKween

    She clearly embrace herself the way she is.

  • Kimberly King
  • starbright9449

    She never said her products are for mixed race women or women with 'good' hair!!

  • talktalk2

    EXACTLY!

  • starbright9449

    Too many weaves

  • AphroKween

    Sandy you a mess..........lol

  • starbright9449

    She never said her products are for mixed women or women with 'good' hair, that's Sandra being shady. Tracey posted 3b-4c hair.

  • T Willis

    It sounds like a dupe for Mixed Chicks - a product that actually works well for my hair type & I ain’t mixed.

    I think we need more hair products that aren’t groomed for specific hair types. It’s always one end of the spectrum: 4Cs or 3A/B’s. Most AA hair is a mixture of every strand from the As to the Ds. I know for me the entire sides of my crown are looser texture, but the middle of my head is C-Z. I just think these lines are overcomplicating our hair texture’s needs.

  • TheWildChild

    I see Taraji P. Henson is hinting and teasing us about her new line....? with the help of Tami Roman

    https://instagram.com/tphbytaraji?igshid=1c3doysgc2hly

  • Starburst

    Yep!

  • Alextra Ballard

    Chiiile who knows

  • MoneyMillz1914

    Facts.

  • MoneyMillz1914

    Lol

  • Kimberly King

    Cmon now ..... You're one of smart ones in the garden. You know why: These tired ass, busted ass wigsssss! Lol these chicks glueing that crap down to their heads and leaving it there for weeks (even months) at a time. Then you have the ones who wear those ultra tight braids. I went nature between 8-10 years who. My hair is very long. I never wore "protective styles" (wigs, braids, etc) and my hair grew beautifully. I'm sick of these corny chicks on YT lying to the masses that if they glue their wig down or get braids and wear the "protective style" for months, their hair will grow. BS! Natural hair MUST be taken care of at least once a week. Going 4 months without touching your hair is absurd.... and quite nasty.

  • Kimberly King

    Right ! #RockYourPattern is inclusive ! That's what we need.

  • currvalicious

    Ooh yippy, another celeb endorsed hair care line. And for mixed girls too!! So innovative she is. Bye Tracee; & go put on some damn clothes. Being naked has nothing to so w/the hair atop your head. Not unless you're advertising the nappy dugout as well. In that case, spread eagle.

  • Kimberly King

    All of these brands you named have filthy ingredients in them. ?

  • KarmaBackAround

    I gave it a year n it was jus not happening.. the soft texture was there.. it felt and looked so healthy..but my styles smh would look awful and wouldnt last a hour after me leaving out the house.. i needed ur help ???

  • Let them eat cake

    yep, the old classics never let you down. i've seen old photos from my grandparents and even old classic videos of blacks back in the 40s and 50s when the products were thriving and their hair was nice and healthy. im going back to pressing oil too just like blue magic.

  • Blaque Mahogany

    I must be the friend cause...

  • Starburst

    In agreement with your statements. It's an epidemic in the Black American and Spanish community, but more-so in the Black community the loss of hair around the temples. Also, I've made an observation that African women have their edges, but its the Black American women that have no edges. What gives? Something is not right.

  • Kimberly King

    I think it's because African women are taught to embrace their natural hair. They aren't subjected to the European standards like we are here in the States. Now I will say that the majority of African women have the 4B/4C hair because they are 100% African. The blacks born in the US are all mixed with a lil something so that's why our curl patterns vary in the US. My great grandma was Vietnamese, so that contributes to my hair type. I'm curious about those DNA tests because I'm curious about what else I'm "mixed" with, although I claim black / AA on everything.

  • Coy little wink

    Still haven't typed my hair but everything is trial and error. I found what works for me and I'm sticking to it...

  • Starburst

    That sounds plausible that African women embrace their natural hair whereas Black American women are mixed with another ethnicity. I'm interested in those DNA tests as well as I've always wanted to know my bloodline.

  • Allergic2dumbstuff

    Trying to get her Karjennerwest on?

  • Kimberly King

    Problem is that all black girls wanna go natural. Some do and realize they don't have the pattern they hoped for and go back to relaxers lmao. I had a coworker who was also natural. And she would always look at my hair and say my hair made her want to cut hers off and start over. Which puzzled me because you can cut it off 1000 times, but if that's your pattern, you're stuck with it.

  • Allergic2dumbstuff

    Good lawd! *Chris Rock voice*?

  • r r

    Also its each individual upbringing. Many of us growing up in the 70s and 80s after the afro era, our parents began giving us relaxers and that was just our way of life and it has been perpetuated. If you had parents who didn't give you a relaxer or taught you to take good care of your natural hair nine times out of ten you teach your children and so on and so forth. African women didn't grow up with relaxers and they always just took care of their hair. It takes extra love and care for our hair to be healthy, that's just what it is. It takes time, effort and alot of patience.

  • Starburst

    Why do people believe they can get the same results? No two people hair is the same. It's like cooking we may make mac n cheese but it doesn't mean it's gonna taste the same. People have to realize that.

  • Starburst

    True so true.

  • Ni Ni

    My mom wants to press mine, but I'm too old to walk around with a greasy head and sores on my ears. Mom's got a lil touch of arthritis in her hands too. ?

  • LoveChild

    I’m not envious of any females hair. I see some of them acting wacky touching and smoothing their hair when I’m around I think bitch you need to get your life. Some mixed chicks are insecure AF insecure that they’re not full white yeah I said it.

  • davine puddin

    I wear braids at times I still have my edges. But when I get my hair done I stay away from mouse, gel, and any hair holding spray...

  • Harley

    Funny how every other outlet is reporting her product is for all curl and hair types yet this blog perpetuates colorism. Do better Sandy your insecurities are showing

  • Harley

    It’s sad that this blog is promoting colorism. Other outlets are reporting her line is for all hair types

  • Harley

    Thank you! She is trying to create friction and promote colorism. So sad

  • Harley

    There isn’t any. This blog is trying to promote friction

  • Harley

    NOT ONCE WAS IT STATED THIS LINE WAS FOR A SPECIFIC HAIR TYPE? THIS BLOG SO THIRSTY WITH THE CLICK AND BAIT. BUT WHY PROMOTE COLORISM AMONGST BLACK WOMEN? SHAMEFUL

  • Starburst

    Yep, that's insecurity. Doing the most for attention thinking someone is jealous because your touching or smoothing your hair. It's ignorant too.

  • LoveChild

    Oh yeah out here in California too many mixed chicks got foul attitudes pissed off that they are not white and try to take it out on black women. I’m unambiguously black and when I’m with my boyfriend (who is not black) they act more crazy.

    So in general I ignore them or stay away from them I don’t have any mixed chicks in my friends circle. I used to know one a long time ago she was cool. But I don’t have time for people’s psychological bullshit.

  • Starburst

    Yep, it's nothing more than I hate than unnecessary drama. It's best to stay away. I haven't experienced that as my husband is non Black as well, but if I do no telling how I would react.

  • LoveChild

    I don’t react because they want me to react to go along with the narrative that all black women are jealous of them.

    When the fact is they are really jealous of white females and take it out on us.

    I have to complain about mixed chick clerks and service personnel they try to give me an attitude I don’t play. One was nice to all the white people in line and then when she got to me she was silent and slammed my items around she lost her job over that complaint because she was new. And they had cameras on her dumb ass!

  • http://realitytea.com Lady Chatterly’s Lover

    Yep. Mixed Chick has been around for years. Great catchy name that does not pussyfoot around with who their market segment is.

  • Kimberly King

    We were referring to those without their edges though.

  • Logan Roberts

    If she has an audience to sell to why not? I personally use Gold Series by Patene.

  • joel adams

    Why she gotta be naked tho. Is it good for the skin too? I’m just tryna figure out where the ad is headed
    Oh, it un tangles coochie hair. I get it now

  • bbjuarez

    My daughter is half Mexican. I use Carol's Daughter on her hair and I absolutely love it. No thanks Ms. Tracee

  • Li-Wright

    Watch this video on natural hair: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V73gnxcyzIQ

    Natural hair struggles? Not anymore for these young girls

  • Li-Wright

    Whatever it is, it needs to stop. Even Chaka Khan is in the hair business. All these celebs need to just stop it.

  • Alextra Ballard

    ??Stop it!!

  • Starburst

    Lol!

  • NaughtyBunny

    My thot exactly. She said it will cater for 3b to 4c hair types. She didn't mention any race or dual race. Smh

  • Esha Diva

    ??????

  • Esha Diva

    ?????

  • TheWildChild

    ??Not Chaka????? who will be next, Wendy Williams ? all they prolly peddling is Shea butter and castor oil in a jar.

  • Guest

    My hair is 3b/3c . I love Maui Moisture. The drugstore stuff works for my hair.

  • hottlanta

    Please natural hair movement is a farce. I was looking at a africa travel video the other day n the women in africa got weaves n perms. I was looking at the africa sunday morning church service n they hair was dyed fried n laid to the side n yet these natural hair products got a symbol of africa on it. Aint none of these so called natural hair people talked 2 dr. Elenanor holmes norton she been rocking her fro for years. I bet she is rotflmao at these fools acting if they discovered something new.

  • http://thedevereauxshow.com Ms.Devereaux

    ? dang

  • 100milesperhour

    Beautiful video.

  • http://thedevereauxshow.com Ms.Devereaux

    I’m desperate enough to try it right after I try this product I just found called qhemet for some reason I can find a product that works for a good two weeks to a month then it’s back to the BS ? idk why my hair acts that way but I need moisture moisture moisture and it’s hard to find a product that will provide that. I’ve tried all the stuff kinky curly cloily, mixed chicks (and I ain’t mixed), carols daughter, Shea moisture, YOU NAMMMMMME ITTTTTTT! Heck at one point I was in the kitchen whipping up my own shiiiii like I was cooking crack ? so I’ll give this a go ????? My curl pattern is very tight and coily (it used to be a looser curl but something changed) but it’s only that way because I’m having a hard time getting and keeping moisture. Ps I drink nothing but water ?????

  • WhoKnew

    Nice photoshop tacky Ellis. I don't know why she insist on dressing so tacky all the time. And in the name of mouthwash and gargling, I don't know why she always feels that when she talks or laughs it requires opening her mouth so wide it shows her tonsils. Ummm Tray Tray. I think most of us are good boo boo. We don't need to see your tonsils. Well, on second thought people with a foot fetish that like to lick toes might enjoy seeing your tonsils because it resembles a baby toe and what not.

    Oh, and FYI, Tray Tray, being bucket ass naked just makes me think your hair product will make my hair fall out and leave my scalp bucket ass naked. I'm going to go out on a limb and say it's a no for me dawg.

  • joel adams

    I used it in my beard. I was the envy of all deez negros. Beard was 9in and super curly n soft

  • Seldomseen

    Damn tell us how you really feel.

  • WhoKnew

    ? ? ?

  • Jussjess25

    I love this women!! I will support her line.

  • Jussjess25

    Your a psycho stfu! Tracy is fab from head to toe.

  • 2gr8ful

    Isn’t the Mixed Chick line offering the same thing. In addition why naked though what does that have to do with $42 hair products.

  • dontgetblocked

    The line says its for 3b to 4c hair.

  • Boss lady

    This sounds personal.

  • Jennifer Hudson’s Knees

    dingy teef like her too

  • Rhyme and Reason

    Well, I’m glad to see any black person get in on the multi-billion dollar hair care industry! It hurts to not see nearly enough black ownership, they are bought up, so quickly!

    I love seeing so many black women going with natural hairstyles, protective hairstyles, even tho, I use a relaxer. The money we spend, I hope more of us get into beauty supply!

  • ReadingIsFundamental4Real

    That shit doesnt work. Imma try ol girls stuff and see if it's real. The Mixed Chick like is like oil and water.... too much water. Hated it

  • ReadingIsFundamental4Real

    Mad cause this product won't help her hair problems.

  • Bashi22

    Tracey nice body tho but quirky looks justified not all mix children are beautiful

  • Stan4NoOne

    This line caters to people with the hair types ranging from 3b to 4c. Sandra, please be less ignorant.

  • Stan4NoOne

    This line caters to people with the hair types ranging from 3b to 4c. Sandra, please be less ignorant. https://media3.giphy.com/media/KZw668D6xlXI4/giphy.gif

  • Bashi22

    She’s justifying the Tracey Ellis Ross brand with that $42 price tag ?

  • Renee

    That's nice!?

  • C H David Byrd

    Used Blue Magic this morning and will be looking for some Sulfur 8 too!!!

  • the guest

    Mixed Chicks and Jessies just lay on and coat hair.

  • the guest

    Most Mixed women feel superior to white women and white women are severely envious of Mixed women.

    Most Mixed women don't compare themselves to black women.

    It's black men that compare black women to Mixed women.

    It's a common natural mannerism for people with long hair to run their fingers through and smooth their hair especially Mixed women and white women who finger comb their loose curly and wavy hair. Also Mixed and white women wet their hair throughout the day and scrunch dry. Whereas black women with relaxed or natural hair groom and style their hair for the day and the styling will not take well to being wet or "played with" throughout the day.

    Its a stereotype that touching one's own hair in public is arrogance. It's just a racial and cultural difference in mannerism, not arrogance.

  • SpiceGirl
  • Dowoop

    If you dont know how to take care of your hair no hair product alone will help you.

  • the guest

    Then be fair, black retail personnel are nice to white women, white men, black men, black women, and blatantly mean to Mixed women and most Mixed women don't report it because they are compassionate.

    There is no good or right racism and black women can be very racist and cruel toward Mixed women. I've witnessed this and no matter how nice Mixed women are black women are mean to them.

    You say you're dating non black men. Well, you could have a Mixed daughter who will be misjudged the way you misjudge Mixed women.

    It's white women who are jealous of Mixed women.

    It's black men, not Mixed women, who compare black women to Mixed women.

  • Starburst

    Not the Sulfur 8. You done gone way back.

  • Dowoop

    I tried to type my hair and got all three porosity from the same strand. -_-

  • the guest

    People just look for an excuse to hate Mixed women.

  • Coy little wink
  • Faux Gibbler

    our hair is a struggle.

  • Faux Gibbler

    my hair is like hers color is lighter.

  • Faux Gibbler

    very true

  • Faux Gibbler

    when you have curly hair like that you have one time to brush it and that is when it’s wet. you can’t brush it after it’s dried otherwise the tight curls brush out and get frizzy. now if you gonna put some braids in her Starwood or something that’s different but, that is true everybody always tells me what beautiful hair I have and it’s a struggle.

  • Bohemian Rhapsody

    Before I loc my hair, I used Taliah Waajid shea-coco natural hair styling cream. It worked wonders for my hair. I applied it while my hair was still wet and it would last for a few days. I might work for you, might not. Also, I usually wore my hair in a medium afro or puff ball, didn't really let it grow out to long.

  • Faux Gibbler

    I don’t know what kind of mix people you hang out with or white people for that matter but you got some nerve talking about stereotyping .
    Us mixed girls can’t wet our hair through out the day.
    Anytime a white or black person wears a wig or extensions it’s a natural reaction to constantly have your hands in your hair because it’s something different. i’m so glad that I’m not young because I would’ve took this comment a heart. we’re not good enough for the white people or the black people. It’s people like you that make this world an awful place.

  • Faux Gibbler

    you never got extensions or had a wig go on and couldn’t stop playing with your hair? really girl?
    I don’t know what kind of people you hang out with, but not all us mixed people touch our hair throughout the day because the texture gets f’d up. you all are showing your asz is today.

  • Faux Gibbler

    nah, white women not jealous of us, they pity us.

  • Faux Gibbler
  • Faux Gibbler

    sure do.

  • Starburst

    I see you misread and left out the most important part of the post which was playing with your hair and watching if the other person would get jealous. Read before making ignorant comments.

  • Look@m3

    Drop that 4c off....
    Aint nothing out there for us....
    ALl these products ont he market claiming to be for black folk really be for 1a to 3c

  • http://thedevereauxshow.com Ms.Devereaux

    Ok thank you I will try it! My hair just dry for no reason

  • Look@m3

    I found that crème to be pretty darn good. I haven't tried anything else other than that crème I use it on my head, my sons head and my daughters.

  • Lady_Elle

    I might be going out on a limb...
    I think you don't like her! lol

  • Mz_Opinionated

    The Mane Choice

  • LoveChild

    Thank you don’t have to remind me what would be happening in my life I’m fully aware of this??

    And fair? There’s nothing fair about life I never play fair are you kidding??

    Agree to disagree. What I see out here in California is mixed people pissed off they are not white. And those pissed off mixed people try to take their shit out on black people.

    Also black males are comparing mixed women to white women.

    We’re long past the point of black males comparing black women to mixed women that’s yesterday’s old news.

  • Passion

    Good lord that picture!

  • Let them eat cake

    this is a very true statement. i have mixed friends and i've seen it time and time again.

  • MoneyMillz1914

    True

  • Elevated Soul

    I can talk Natural Hair 24/7.....

    The most important thing is to know your hair porosity. I have low porosity hair and that mean I need more moisture and heat such as with a heating cap.I don't need protein treatments too often.My hair grows and is waist length because i got my routine down.It's about routine.You also need to seal your hair whether with oils or even grease. I use "Bonner Brothers "Jamaican and Shea butter grease".Any Black hair can grow if you know the science behind it. Check out Green Beauty on Youtube.

  • Elevated Soul

    I can talk Natural Hair 24/7.....

    The most important thing is to know your hair porosity. When you know your porosity,you know what products to use.You also don't need to use a lot of money on products either. You can make shampoo with African Black Soap.I have low porosity hair and that mean I need more moisture and heat such as with a heating cap for deep conditioning treatments..I don't need protein treatments too often.My hair grows and is waist length because i got my routine down.It's about routine.You also need to seal your hair whether with oils or even grease. I use "Bonner Brothers "Jamaican and Shea butter grease".Any Black hair can grow if you know the science behind it. Check out Green Beauty on Youtube.

  • Elevated Soul

    Our hair is like Jesus and i love it!

  • Truth ???

    LMAOOOOO ?? bloop!

  • Guess Who

    She said curly, coily, kinky 3B - 4C.

  • Faux Gibbler

    if you are good doing hair it is. but yes, my hair is nice when fixed but it takes a along time to get there.

  • rockstar2142

    My daughter is half white and she has there texture. I started using curly kids & I love it. I tried carols on my hair and didn’t like it.

  • rockstar2142

    It’s terrible how you stereotype all mixed folks. The feeling is mutual I’m sure they don’t wanna hang out with your crazy ass either.

  • rockstar2142

    My daughters is super curly but she has her dads white hair texture. I have started using curly kids & I love it so far. Her hair texture is so different from mine so it’s been a process but she is still little so learning as I go.

  • Coco17

    I agree, she didnt have to be naked to sell the product.

  • Faux Gibbler

    when i was a kid my mother put a just for me relaxer in and it didn’t take. never be afraid to go to a urban hair salon and get advice.

  • C H David Byrd

    Hahaaaaaaaaaaaa....my hair loved it. When that wind blew you scalp inhaled and exhaled!!!

  • C H David Byrd

    Haaaaaa...my hair loved it. When that breeze blew my scalp inhaled and exhaled!!

  • C H David Byrd

    Yes to Green Beauty...one of the best hair science channels out there!

  • Starburst

    I know that's right!!!