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FELECIA J. COLEMAN
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FELECIA J. COLEMAN's Discussions

Moisturization

Started this discussion. Last reply by Candyce Noelle Aug 4, 2011. 5 Replies

What is the best type of moisturizer to use on transitioning hair, cream or liquid and what are your favorites? Continue

Tea Tree Oil Scalp Irritation?

Started this discussion. Last reply by FELECIA J. COLEMAN Jul 27, 2011. 2 Replies

Has anyone experienced scalp burning from Tea Tree oil use? If so how much should you use?  How should it be mixed or applied?

Gluten/Wheat Free Hair Products

Started this discussion. Last reply by geri Oct 17, 2011. 4 Replies

Does anyone know of any hair products that are Gluten/Wheat Free? Type 4a/4c

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Candyce Noelle replied to FELECIA J. COLEMAN's discussion Moisturization
"Creams! I just tried the Miss Jessie's Baby Buttercreme! (from the meetup in July)...I like it a LOT. Expensive though, so I feel like the Shea Moisture's Smoothie is most likely the best affordable alternative... but I may save for the…"
Aug 4, 2011
Leila N. and FELECIA J. COLEMAN are now friends
Jul 9, 2011

I encountered my first perm at the age of 17, my sendior yr. in HS. I now regret ever starting to get them at all. I'm newly natural after transitioning for 5 mths. B/C August 29. 2011 with sensitive skin and allergies to Wheat & Yeast. It's been very difficult trying to find products that are Gluten or Wheat Free as sometimes ingredients aren't fully listed or may be sometimes hidden. Unfortunately this is what happened with my beautician and it broke my scalp out and damaged my hair. I also suffered a scalp burn from a relaxer. I'm hopeful that no permament damage has been done and look forward to having natural healthy hair again.

I enjoy cross stitch, scapbooking, music, travel, jewelry making and of course shopping! (LOL).

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At 4:58pm on July 8, 2011, Lovelyknkylauz(Forum Ambassador) said…
Thanks for adding me as a friend. I would love to help out if I can. I am no master of the natural hair, but I can tell you what I know.
At 3:43pm on July 8, 2011, Tee said…
Tee said…
Oh, you're welcome! Wigs are the best way to go. I had a bad experience with half wigs in the past, so I steer clear of them (my hair broke off severely because I kept the wig on for about a month and kept a section of my hair out to blend with it. This was before my healthy hair journey so I wasn't moisturizing or anything. Sometimes I was even sleeping in the wig. SMH). However, I went through my entire transition with kinky lacefront wigs. They were perfect because they allowed me to experience what it might be like to be natural while allowing my hair to grow without much manipulation. I transitioned from January 2010 to the end of November 2010 (a few days before Thanksgiving). After almost 11 months of transitioning, I had about 5 inches of healthy natural hair. I have been natural now for a little over 7 months and I am about to go shopping for a couple more lacefronts. The small twists and small box braids just take too long to put in and take out with my super thick hair. If you decide to go this route, do not use glue or tape on the lace because this will pull out your edges, which is why lacefront wigs get such a bad rap. They are usually snug enough where you don't have to glue or tape and if you feel like you need extra security, I bobby pin the sides down. Good luck!Delete Comment
At 9:35pm on July 7, 2011, foreversunshine said…
Thank you for the message.  I hope that your hair journey is turning out to be a positive one.  I'm favorite excited about growing healthier hair but I must admit it hasn't been easy.  I'm a little style challenged when it comes to my hair.  Actually, I VERY challenged.  I haven't much success but I'm going to keep trying.
 
 
 

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