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kwassa Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Jun-01-05 11:56 AM
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59. Because hair is different does not mean that it is more difficult
You are making the assumption that because it is different, it is more difficult. That isn't necessarily so, for a wide variety of reasons already stated in this thread. The specific texture of hair, whether or not it is already permed, the style it is worn it (high-maintenance or low?) can be true of either whites or blacks.

My wife is black, wears her hair in a short natural, cuts it herself, or I cut it for her, washes her hair daily, never goes to the salon. This is one extreme, and it is very low maintenance.
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