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coconut oil really does help
my hair was really dried a few weeks ago
one of my friends recommended coconut oil
i went to the store the next day and
i love the way my hair feels now
it's smooth, shiny, soft, and it dries nicely when it's wet
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Keiko317 wrote:

coconut oil really does help
my hair was really dried a few weeks ago
one of my friends recommended coconut oil
i went to the store the next day and
i love the way my hair feels now
it's smooth, shiny, soft, and it dries nicely when it's wet


Do you know where to get it? ;D
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Posted 10/14/08

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Keiko317 wrote:

coconut oil really does help
my hair was really dried a few weeks ago
one of my friends recommended coconut oil
i went to the store the next day and
i love the way my hair feels now
it's smooth, shiny, soft, and it dries nicely when it's wet


Do you know where to get it? ;D

Nowadays you can get it anywhere
organic stores have it, just ask someone that works there
Asian and Indian markets usually have it
and so does walmart, target, walgreens, and etc
You can find it in the aisle where they have all the african american hair products
any one of them is good

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Keiko317 wrote:


pandabuddie wrote:


Keiko317 wrote:

coconut oil really does help
my hair was really dried a few weeks ago
one of my friends recommended coconut oil
i went to the store the next day and
i love the way my hair feels now
it's smooth, shiny, soft, and it dries nicely when it's wet


Do you know where to get it? ;D

Nowadays you can get it anywhere
organic stores have it, just ask someone that works there
Asian and Indian markets usually have it
and so does walmart, target, walgreens, and etc
You can find it in the aisle where they have all the african american hair products
any one of them is good



Hmm. Like Bodyshop? i like shopping there >.<
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Posted 10/14/08

pandabuddie wrote:


Keiko317 wrote:


pandabuddie wrote:


Keiko317 wrote:

coconut oil really does help
my hair was really dried a few weeks ago
one of my friends recommended coconut oil
i went to the store the next day and
i love the way my hair feels now
it's smooth, shiny, soft, and it dries nicely when it's wet


Do you know where to get it? ;D

Nowadays you can get it anywhere
organic stores have it, just ask someone that works there
Asian and Indian markets usually have it
and so does walmart, target, walgreens, and etc
You can find it in the aisle where they have all the african american hair products
any one of them is good



Hmm. Like Bodyshop? i like shopping there >.<

i never heard of Bodyshop?
where do you live?
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Keiko317 wrote:


pandabuddie wrote:


Keiko317 wrote:


pandabuddie wrote:


Keiko317 wrote:

coconut oil really does help
my hair was really dried a few weeks ago
one of my friends recommended coconut oil
i went to the store the next day and
i love the way my hair feels now
it's smooth, shiny, soft, and it dries nicely when it's wet


Do you know where to get it? ;D

Nowadays you can get it anywhere
organic stores have it, just ask someone that works there
Asian and Indian markets usually have it
and so does walmart, target, walgreens, and etc
You can find it in the aisle where they have all the african american hair products
any one of them is good



Hmm. Like Bodyshop? i like shopping there >.<

i never heard of Bodyshop?
where do you live?


Canada --> British Columbia, xD
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pandabuddie wrote:


Keiko317 wrote:


pandabuddie wrote:


Keiko317 wrote:


pandabuddie wrote:


Keiko317 wrote:

coconut oil really does help
my hair was really dried a few weeks ago
one of my friends recommended coconut oil
i went to the store the next day and
i love the way my hair feels now
it's smooth, shiny, soft, and it dries nicely when it's wet


Do you know where to get it? ;D

Nowadays you can get it anywhere
organic stores have it, just ask someone that works there
Asian and Indian markets usually have it
and so does walmart, target, walgreens, and etc
You can find it in the aisle where they have all the african american hair products
any one of them is good



Hmm. Like Bodyshop? i like shopping there >.<

i never heard of Bodyshop.
where do you live?


Canada --> British Columbia, xD

That's why i never heard of it
you can ask one of the employees that works in Bodyshop if they sell coconut oil
just remember that it doesn't have to be in liquid form just because it say oil at the end

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Posted 10/14/08

Keiko317 wrote:


pandabuddie wrote:


Keiko317 wrote:


pandabuddie wrote:


Keiko317 wrote:


pandabuddie wrote:


Keiko317 wrote:

coconut oil really does help
my hair was really dried a few weeks ago
one of my friends recommended coconut oil
i went to the store the next day and
i love the way my hair feels now
it's smooth, shiny, soft, and it dries nicely when it's wet


Do you know where to get it? ;D

Nowadays you can get it anywhere
organic stores have it, just ask someone that works there
Asian and Indian markets usually have it
and so does walmart, target, walgreens, and etc
You can find it in the aisle where they have all the african american hair products
any one of them is good



Hmm. Like Bodyshop? i like shopping there >.<

i never heard of Bodyshop.
where do you live?


Canada --> British Columbia, xD

That's why i never heard of it
you can ask one of the employees that works in Bodyshop if they sell coconut oil
just remember that it doesn't have to be in liquid form just because it say oil at the end



Yay, thanks youu (:
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pandabuddie wrote:


Keiko317 wrote:


pandabuddie wrote:


Keiko317 wrote:


pandabuddie wrote:


Keiko317 wrote:


pandabuddie wrote:


Keiko317 wrote:

coconut oil really does help
my hair was really dried a few weeks ago
one of my friends recommended coconut oil
i went to the store the next day and
i love the way my hair feels now
it's smooth, shiny, soft, and it dries nicely when it's wet


Do you know where to get it? ;D

Nowadays you can get it anywhere
organic stores have it, just ask someone that works there
Asian and Indian markets usually have it
and so does walmart, target, walgreens, and etc
You can find it in the aisle where they have all the african american hair products
any one of them is good



Hmm. Like Bodyshop? i like shopping there >.<

i never heard of Bodyshop.
where do you live?


Canada --> British Columbia, xD

That's why i never heard of it
you can ask one of the employees that works in Bodyshop if they sell coconut oil
just remember that it doesn't have to be in liquid form just because it say oil at the end



Yay, thanks youu (:

you're welcome
Posted 10/14/08 , edited 10/14/08
i use hair serum, hair protector <i don't use hair protectors or those with oils. They will only make ur hair too dry and wavy...>

always brush your hair b4 u sleep..

and after u take a bath...use a large teeh comb....not to damage ur hair and to avoid hair loss...

also...treat ur hair for at least once a month....for about 45mins-1 hr..

or if will not effect...try to use a mayonnaise or virgin coconut oil....
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i use hair serum, hair protector <i don't use hair protectors or those with oils. They will only make ur hair too dry and wavy...>

always brush your hair b4 u sleep..

and after u take a bath...use a large teeh comb....not to damage ur hair and to avoid hair loss...

also...treat ur hair for at least once a month....for about 45mins-1 hr..

or if will not effect...try to use a mayonnaise or virgin coconut oil....



woah mayo? never new that O.o that's coool XD
Posted 10/20/08

asahibeeruo wrote:


kristeljoy wrote:

i use hair serum, hair protector <i don't use hair protectors or those with oils. They will only make ur hair too dry and wavy...>

always brush your hair b4 u sleep..

and after u take a bath...use a large teeh comb....not to damage ur hair and to avoid hair loss...

also...treat ur hair for at least once a month....for about 45mins-1 hr..

or if will not effect...try to use a mayonnaise or virgin coconut oil....



woah mayo? never new that O.o that's coool XD




my aunt used to do that...and I can tell you that she has a shiny and strong hair ...and even my uncle use it too...it makes his hair grow and shiny.....

I also tried it when I was a kid....and it was effected..

I also tried the coconut milk....it makes my hair shiny and strong.....

these are some stuffs that you can try to make your hair stronger from chemicals of hair products nowadays and to make it shinier...

it can also prevent your hair from frizziness....

* olive oil (you can also try cooking oil but make it sure that you will shampoo it neatly)
*virgin coconut oil
*eggs
*mayonnaise (plain)
*aloe vera
*coconut milk and coconut oil....



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xSMiL3 wrote:

So i have been wondering, urm how do you all keep your hair so healthy? Doesn't all the blow drying, straightening, wax, hairspray ever get to your hair? It does to mine, and my hair is now so coarse and frizzy, wahh so ugly =.= i wish i had the hair quality i had in elementary ><""


Damaged hair can be caused by the sun, wringing ur hair, heated electricals, colour and alcohol products drain it of moisture. The folical shrivels, flakes, breaks and bends.
How to Avoid??
Apply a heat-protector product before using heated electricals.
Limit straitening to once or twice a week.
Avoid hair products with alcohol.
Apply a weekly deep-conditioning treatment.
Get ur hair trimmed every six weeks.

Some products that can help are:
Brazil nut oil treatment (I use this in the salon it's my fav)
Aussie 3 min Miracle re constructor
A really good Serum

Hope this helps
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hey does anyone know anything that could possibly make ur hair grow faster???

i know cutting ur split ends with help it grow faster but i rlly dnt wanna cut my hair right now....hehe kinda random ^^:
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