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Melanie // Natural Hair Style Icon

Avatar • Jul 7, 2012

*Prepared for BGLH by Meosha Tall of 1MeNaturally

Introduce yourself!
M:
Greetings! I’m Melanie, 23 years old, born and bred in Detroit. I’m currently living in Chicago’s Hyde Park neighborhood. I graduated from Columbia College with a degree in Fashion Management and a minor in Marketing. I’m a bubbly bookworm who lives for fashion, music and art. I currently work as a buyer in a great clothing store in North Chicago and I do fashion/photo styling on the side. 🙂

How long have you been natural?
M:
I’ve always had very long, very thick hair that was a chore to style. As a kid, it was tough watching my classmates wear their bone straight hair down at school while I was still rocking braids and pigtails because my hair was so big and thick. I begged my mom to perm my hair so I could fit in with my classmates! I got my first perm at 13 and I finally decided enough was enough in my senior year of college. My once bra strap length hair had broken off over time. It was barely at my collarbone! I knew perming and heat damage was the culprit. I missed my once healthy, long hair. So after almost 10 years of perming every 2–3 months, I transitioned for 11 months by wearing my hair in a rod set style and trimming a few inches 1x a month. I have been natural since June 2011!

How and why did you transition into natural hair?
M:
I really missed the hair I had as a kid! It was so healthy, long and full of LIFE. My permed hair was so lifeless. I was really nervous to go natural because I had no clue how I would style my unknown texture! I never knew I had this curly hair, but it feels so natural to me now, which is great.

I try to tell women interested in transitioning to not have expectations. It’s all about trial and error! Don’t get discouraged if a product doesn’t work. Focus on healthy hair and learning what your texture needs. Now for transitioning, I consulted with a family friend and hairstylist (specializing in natural hair) to choose the best style to transition. I knew weave wasn’t for me and daily styling would be a disaster. I decided a rod set would be best. The tight curl set masks the two textures! So every month, I got my hair rodded and trimmed and I’m telling you it was the smoothest hair transition EVER!! I didn’t have to lose a lot of length right away and got to rock an adorable curly set for a year. I could touch up the curls at home with perm rods. It was a breeze. Finally I chopped the rest of the permed ends in June 2011.

What are your must‐have products for shampooing, conditioning and styling your hair?
M:
I was a product junkie in the first couple months, but I soon realized my hair wasn’t being moisturized properly. It was constantly dry and frizzy. After researching natural hair moisturizers, I found my hair’s secret weapon — Shea Butter! As soon as I incorporated shea butter into my regimen, I’ve never had to worry about dry hair again! My hair also loves castor oil (black or regular), olive oil, aloe vera gel and juice and coconut oil. All of those can be found at the health food store; my favorite place to buy hair products. 🙂

My favorite shampoo is Garnier Fructis Pure Clean Fortifying Shampoo or Aubrey Organics Chamomile Shampoo. I shampoo 1–2x per month. My favorite moisturizing products are shea butter and coconut oil. My favorite sealants are castor oil, olive oil and coconut oil. I deep condition 1x per month with a mixture of greek yogurt, apple cider vinegar and honey and Curl Junkie Curl Rehab Hair Treatment as a deep conditioner 1x per week. Shea Moisture Deep Treatment Masque is great too, but I love making my own deep conditioners. My favorite styling product is the Qhemet Biologics Amla & Olive Heavy Cream. I apply that to wet hair to seal in the water and add light definition. LOVE that stuff! I also love Hair Rules Curly Whip for my wash&go’s and Curl Junkie Curls in a Bottle Hair Finisher to help with frizz control.

Currently, my favorite conditioner/styler for my wash&go’s is Tresemme Naturals Aloe Vera Conditioner! It’s so thick and creamy. In the morning, I apply that to my soaking wet hair in 4 sections, put a little coconut oil on top and let it air dry in the 4 twists (so my hair doesn’t drip all over the place) and shake it out before I leave the house. Super easy. I’m a fan of low maintenance styling so I try to keep it really simple. The most important part of my regimen is hair health and maintaining my hair’s moisture. I’ve learned if I focus on that, styling is easier. Win Win! I always style my hair wet or damp. I believe water is the BEST moisturizer so my regimen revolves around that. I saturate my hair at least 5 days per week and use a mix of shea butter, aloe vera juice, coconut oil and water to spritz my hair at night. I pineapple and cover with a satin bonnet. I also NEVER use heat on my hair. I’ve only had my hair straightened once for a hair show. I really think that has contributed to my hair growth and hair health.

Since going natural last June, I also changed my lifestyle. I now live a pescstarian lifestyle, eating only fish, veggies, grains and I cut out all soda and juice. I drink 3L of water a day and I try to eat clean (no processed foods). I think that has also helped my hair! I’ve definitely embraced a healthier lifestyle and researching ingredients and natural remedies for natural hair opened my eyes to that.

What is your signature hairstyle?
M:
A wash&go! My hair is VERY dense, thick and curly. It’s very manageable in its wet state and very, very large in its dry state lol. So I usually style my hair wet…hence wash&go’s are my favorite. I live in the Midwest so the winters are brutal. I never leave the house with wet hair so I usually twist 3x a week at night (8–10 twists) on damp hair with my shea butter mix: water, aloe vera gel, coconut oil and castor oil. This method keeps my hair moisturized for days, but I HATE twist outs on my hair so I let take the twists down before I get in the shower and let the steam wake up my curls.

Did going natural affect your style choices at all?
M:
Going natural enhanced my style! I’ve always loved art, self‐expression and style and I’ve always expressed myself through my clothing. I used to feel like my permed hair was boring. Now my hair is so full of life. It adds so much to my eclectic style. 🙂

What are the three favorite things in your closet?
M:
OMGGG that’s so hard! I love all my clothes so much lol! Ok, a 70’s vintage pop art dress from Tokyo I got from a vintage shop in Detroit, my amazing black, red and green African collar necklace from a shop in Hyde Park and my Motown earrings from Spiral Collective in downtown Detroit. 🙂

How would you describe your personal style?
M:
I love style and fashion so much that I have about 15 different styles depending on the day lol! My true joy comes from vintage shopping and thrifting! Creating a unique look from many different sources is my specialty. I live for vintage clothing. Classic films from directors like Alfred Hitchcock, Spike Lee and Tim Burton inspire my style. Urban, gritty street culture, the elements of hip hop culture and music inspire my style. I’m a Detroit girl with an old soul so I pull a lot of inspiration from black culture from the 30s‐90s, especially the Motown era. I love empowering black Africans of the diaspora so I always try to incorporate that in my style. I love color, texture and I’m a huge advocate for letting your style introduce yourself and I hope to inspire women to dress for themselves and inspire through expression!

Embrace your best attributes and work to build your inner and outer self up every day! Whether it’s adding more color, dresses or accessories to your wardrobe, small personal touches always personalize your look. Every woman can have strong personal style by just embracing your unique beauty. Fashion is exciting and I live for constantly experimenting with my personal style.

Is there a blog/webpage where we can find you?
M:
Visit my Blog: http://soul-asylum.tumblr.com/ and my Twitter: https://twitter.com/thesoulasylum.

Thank you so much for this opportunity!
Stay Soulful Lovelies 🙂

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Peace N Love
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Peace N Love

Why did you people (bglh) stop hair typing on icons?? I thought that as a website you wouldnt give in to the assumptions that it causes divisions.

I thought you would show it in a different light and teach us that all hair types are beautiful and should be embraced and celebrated Bc All the icons are beautiful.

That way some people would stop seeing that it causes. Hair typing can be helpful. All the icons are beautiful. So show that 4c is beautiful etc. Thanks. You people have the power to change the negative way hair typing is seen.

zimza
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zimza

I really wanted to know what hair type she was (cause her hair is so beautiful), but found it had been omitted.

zyaran
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zyaran

I don’t think it should be put on their unless the person states it themselves. Because to many people get on here and it causes to much headache when you see a style icon interview with 70+ comments and the majority of those are complaining about hair typing. I say this just look at the picture, and if you see your hair type resembled fine, and if not wait til the next one pops up. I think her hair is gorgeous, and she is gorgeous and think is a great interview that she gave us today :).

merry
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merry

why does simple, innocent discord upset so many people?

Alexandra
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Alexandra

Why does the first comment have to be something that does not even relate to the young ladies hair. These ladies come on hoping (I’m sure) to get positive feedback along with showing how far their progress has came.

Who cares about hair typing? Let the ladies themselves post it. If someone doesn’t post what their hair type is then ask them. I like to come on here to read what products everyone use to make there looks so awsomely amazing.

With that being said, Ms. Melanie,your hair is gorgeous and I love your pics.

I've Noticed
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I've Noticed

But if hairtyping was such a science, wouldn’t it be obvious from the pictures? If it was so precise, wouldn’t the casual observer be able to tell just by looking what her hair type is?

For me, seeing the pics and reading her own description (“VERY dense, thick and curly. It’s very manageable in its wet state and very, very large in its dry state lol.”) tells me plenty! And it encourages me to read more closely.

Viv
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Viv

+1

EG
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EG

You forget that a person’s hair texture can be manipulated by the hair style. I’ve seen twist‐outs that look like wash-n-go’s, but you would have no way of knowing that unless the person told you. Hair typing takes the guess work‐out, especially since these pics are crystal clear.

Peace N Love
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Peace N Love

Me too. They should go back to showing hair types and tell people their aim is to show people each hairytpe is beautiful and their aim is not divide anyone.

I think they stopped bc people were arguing about hairtypes..* low sigh*

African Violet
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African Violet

I’m only speculating here, but when it reaches a point where style icons are being told (by only a few, of course, but still those people were pretty darn adamant) that they don’t know their own hair type, I can understand why BGLH would choose not to include a hair type number in the interview. What those disagreements showed me is that the hair typing system is arbitrary at best. Honestly, the number shouldn’t dictate what a reader can and cannot do on her own hair. As far as I know, most women who read fashion magazines don’t look at… Read more »

Pecanprincess southernstyle
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Pecanprincess southernstyle

+3 ma’am!!!!and no, she doesnt…i think she stopped shortly before the baby was born…

I appreciate beautiful healthy hair, as this gorgeous gal has…i could care less if she’s a 4b, c, or whatever.…the site is about celebrating the “dopeness” of natural hair…lets get back to that ladies

Alexandra
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Alexandra

+1

Vonnie
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Vonnie

I’m with you, I never thought of hair typing as a form of division, but unfortunately it was getting pretty nasty up in the forums, so I think they just did away with it. It is what is. I wouldn’t take it too seriously though.

Racheeel
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Racheeel

Her hair is REALLY beautiful!! And she is really pretty !

African Violet
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African Violet

I really like that first picture in the gallery. You and Rihanna also seem to share the same profile based on that picture. 🙂 I’m also dying over that picture where you’re wearing that chunky yellow necklace (with the white tee). It’s beautiful!

Home daycare
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I was thinking the same thing… Her hair is beautiful and so is she!

Laala
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Laala

I wish people would learn that “hair typing” essentially means nothing if you don’t know your porosity, density, etc. If you feel you have 4a hair and see an icon who identifies with that hair type, you should not go running out the door buying all the products they use. For years, I tried to force shea butter and coconut oil on my hair because I felt that as a “3c/4a” I should be using those products. The reason that stuff was sitting on my hair and looking like a hot, ashy mess was because I have low porosity. Folks… Read more »

Asea
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Asea

+1

maralondon
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maralondon

In total agreement. What system were we using before the typing thing was invented, commonsense i think.

Vonnie
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Vonnie

Can’t we all just get along?”. Whether one chooses to use hair typing or not, there’s no need to belittle if some people CHOOSE to. It may help them if they are starting out to LEARN about their density or porosity, but need a general idea of what they’re working with. IF YOU DID NOT NEED/INIITIALY USE THE TYPING SYSTEM, KUDOS AND PATS ON THE BACK FOR YOU. But for some of us it DID/HAS helped us towards getting more informative with our hair, and has NOTHING to do with which “type” is “better” than another.

Laala
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Laala

I definitely initially thought I had to type myself. That is what I meant with trying to force products on my hair. I respect that their is a learning curve when taking care of your hair, and I too had to start from somewhere. I think the animosity comes from people insisting that the system is 100 percent valid and fool proof. I am not understanding the demand of it in the icon bios– nor do I understand why folks insist on telling people what hair type they are. If an icon gets on here and calls herself a 10jj,… Read more »

Pecanprincess southernstyle
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Pecanprincess southernstyle

+100 vonnie!!!! Ding ding ding!! Right on the nails head!

merry
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merry

@maralondon

the hair typing system we were using before was called “good hair” or “bad hair”.

maralondon
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maralondon

Not in my circle it wasn’t and i’ve been natural for 2 decades now(and that’s not counting the time i was natural before i put any chemicals in my hair). I wasn’t even aware that the ‘good hair, bad hair’ syndrome was a typing system like the one devised for todays use. Why was it devised any way, what was the purpose behind it? Do you think that before Europeans invaded Africa and bought our Ancestors to the America’s and where ever else they saw fit for us that we had a typing system then, how do you think they… Read more »

I've Noticed
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I've Noticed

+100000000

mlank64
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mlank64

Laala, you might have something there. I have some parts in my hair that is similar to the girl featured. However, if I use shea butter or coconut oil on my hair, it will be arid dry from the coconut oil, or the shea butter would just leave a heavy white residue on my hair. Its more helpful to know the porosity of hair vs hair type. I’m low porosity, and was beating products into my hair thinking that if it worked for so and so who had a similar curl pattern it would work for me. But it is… Read more »

Annie L.
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Annie L.

I feel like I’ve seen Melanie’s beautiful face and bouncy shag lurking around the interweb, fun, informative interview and gorgeous head of hair! I’m desperate to replicate that bang because I LOVE curly shags but I’m terrified I’ll muck it up. And I like her philosophy of styling as being easy as long as good health and moisture are maintained. Every time I hyperventilate over styling I step back and ask myself if it’s me or my hair being drama (it’s always me). A foundation of moisture, sealing and working along, not against, my curl pattern produces styles I didn’t… Read more »

I know
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I know

Dear bglh,
please return hair typing. Thanks

Rael
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Rael

Yes. I agree with the comments. Showing the hair types of icons was a great idea bglh should go back to that.
anyway she does look like riri

prettyparticular
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love, Love, LOVE her hair and style. Her bangs are rocking!

JustANatural
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JustANatural

First people say get rid of hair typing…

Hair typing is gone…

Now everyone wants it back…

YOU PEOPLE KILL ME!!!

zimza
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zimza

Hee, hee. Different people are responding.

Sani
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Sani

Gheesh all this fussing, its soooo annoying, over nothing…the girl is gorgeous, her hair is gorgeous. Enough said!

Lee
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Lee

I think out of all the hair Icon’s (and I’ve seen them all lol) , she was my favorite. I related to her so much , not to mention She’s gorgeous and I love her hair. P.s I miss the hair typing system ):

Asea
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Asea

Come ON ladies. Smh, I believe hair typing is silly. Bhlh posts tons of pics with each of posts so the reader can make their own assessment if they do choose. And the tips these ladies offer are awesome. But I choose not to bother with typing anymore because again, it’s silly! I used to care and was proud I had learned enough and done enough stringent comparison (the problem itself!) to declare myself mostly 4b with looser 4a in the very front. And that discovery was not helpful at all lol. What’s more helpful are the universal hair identifiers… Read more »

Beth
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Beth

She’s beautiful. Love her high bun. Scratch that, every style is cute!
Sigh. She’s clearly a 62.7xyz. This info should have been included. How else am I going to figure out what conditioner to use in my hair?!

Umm
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Umm

I think people already know that everything doesn’t work for everybody..and we know hair isn’t just about curl size. Just because some people got offended and felt the so called “hierarchy” of hair typing, doesn’t mean BGLH should just take it off of THEIR site, life isn’t fair…so just because you wine about something doesn’t mean somebody should do things your way. Hair typing to me is simply what it is, their is no deeper meaning just a nice little piece of added information about the person being interviewed. Whether a person uses hair typing or not if you have… Read more »

zimza
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zimza

I agree. There’s too much thought policing going on. One cannot assume what another will do with the hair typing information. It’s simply that — information. What a person does with it, is no one else’s business and one shouldn’t assume it’s dangerous to know therefore it should be censored. And yes, this lady is gorgeous!!!

Shan
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Shan

I don’t think the point was to “police” or censor because some persons disagree with hair typing. I truly think it has to do with how a great deal of persons acted on a particular post. They got downright rude over another person’s hair over the fact that they just KNEW that the person labeled themselves with the wrong hair type. Three quarters of the comments focused on the “mislabeling” and not on what were really nice styles. It caused quite a big deal of discord and it was divisive. If the need was felt to leave out hair typing… Read more »

Jasminicole
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Jasminicole

+1, agreed!

Plus, the natural hair icons featured are guests presented by bglh to her viewers. i can see why she would remove the typing, becuase people were disrespecting those who bglh invited to be featured on HER site based on what they wrote for their hair type!

you wouldn’t invite a guest to your home & let them be cussed out in your living room would you? No. So since this site is run by Bglh let them do what they want; nothing is stopping any individual reader from asking the icon what their “hair type” is.

Tia
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Tia

The hair typing was much better. However I bet many people arent going to admit that because they want to be pc

Bonbon
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Bonbon

We all loved hair typing. Please bring it back. Without it how will I know whose hair is automatically beautiful and definitely to be envied, and whose hair is automatically inferior and deserving of pity. The old system of good hair/bad hair was so vague, but hair typing has mercifully filled in all those annoying gaps and allowed me to know my exact place in the strict hierarchy of hair texture? And we all know it’s not enough to simply look at all those pictures you’ve provided because what with all those goddamn twistouts, braidouts, curlsets and blowouts, people can… Read more »

prettyparticular
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LOL! I love cleverly written sarcasm!!!

Laala
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Laala

+1 to all of this! I also love how folks who want it to come back, have no real reason as to why, besides’liking it’. Look– to each her own. If you want to declare yourself a 3z, so you are not in the dreaded 4 group… so be it. But to act like this system is written in gold is just ridiculous. I’ve been natural for over 10 years and was just fine not knowing what my “hair type” was. I admit that I’ve learned TONS from blogs, websites, and youtube, but like I said above, I also learned… Read more »

zimza
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zimza

Dreaded 4 group”? Speak for yourself. Stop policing the thoughts on another’s position on the hair typing system. If you feel negative about it, that’s your problem. Stop assuming everyone does and that it all boils down to envy and competition. Get over that and realise that it is just information.

Laala
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Laala

Did I say anywhere that all people who liked the system likes it for that reason? No. Talking about policing thoughts…

My point was and is:that calling yourself a 3c doesn’t mean jack at the end of the day. Yes, you can use it as information— but for what? So that you can identify with someone on the internet? If someone can tell me why they need the hair system and how it benefits them specifically, I would appreciate hearing that side.

zimza
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zimza

Laala, my comment was for you and the person(s) you responded to. But why be so negative in saying “dreaded 4 group”? Hair typing is useful information. It helps me on my hair journey. For example, when I first watched a few Kimmay Luv videos, I thought, that’s alright for you, you’re probably Somalian. I was greatly encouraged when I found out that she was in the 4 category! She has beautiful, healthy hair down to her back. BGLH is a very positive, informative website and is helping me a lot in my hair care routine. Learning one another’s hang… Read more »

Jasminicole
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Jasminicole

the term “dreaded” was used in sarcasm

zimza
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zimza

Still not being helpful though.

Rain
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Rain

Yeah that is a good point, why is kinky or curly hair last, on Andre’s system when there is evidence that a lot of people have a texture other than straight, maybe more. (I am beginning to categorise straight hair with the perception of the “real’ blond hair/blue eye pedestal ). Many white people also have waves — there is a reason hair straighteners are a booming business!

Umm
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Umm

So I take it you have this hair inferiority complex going on…along with the “I look way too deep into things for whatever reason complex”. YOU FEEL THAT WAY, and whatever other woman who has self esteem or hair issues..myself and others may not. If I see a chick with Chilli’s hair I’m not in awe of her hair and automatically deem it better because she has a looser curl pattern it is HAIR, some do and that is sad. As for the hair typing system it is sad that you and others look at it that way…I think it… Read more »

Jasminicole
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Jasminicole

omg, this was great! +10

Jasminicole
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Jasminicole

the above comment: “omg…” was for the sarcastic one from bonbon not for umm.

mlank64
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mlank64

Absolutely!!!!!!!

Tamzi
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Tamzi

Yes. I MISS THE HAIR TYPING SYSTEM. It was alot better. I really loved it too. Everyone makes a great point but lets admit, the hair typing system was great

Gloria
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Gloria

Has anyone here tried this product called The Gud Stuff?? I’ve been hearing a lot about it. I heard it was great for natural hair and skin.

Mira
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Mira

I dont have to write a whole article why I prefer the old hair typing system because in this website no one tries to understand and compromise its just my point my point am right your wrong me included. And if someone objects they start arguing. No wonder black women have a bad rep.

ANYWAY, there should be a poll to settle this.

Annie L.
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Annie L.

You demand a poll as to what someone should do on their site? Then write a letter to the editor, that’s generally how complainers vent their frustrations to any publication, the email address isn’t a secret.

Sarah
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Sarah

Hair type= yes

African Mami
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Beautiful girl, spirit! She favors Loliwe, a South African songstress!!

Am a kenyan :-))
Guest
Am a kenyan :-))

Noo lemme correct abeg lol :p Loliwe is the song. Her name is Zahara (the singer). My fave is Ndiza or sth m nt sure if I have spelled it correctly. Zahara is AMAZING she’s our African Adele.

JulesB
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Lovely Hair

Karen
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Karen

There is 40 comments here and only about 10 about her hair, the rest about the Good Hair debate oops my bad HAIR TYPING, which is nothing more then todays way to define Good Hair!!

Pat
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Pat

She’s so cute. AT first glance, she kinda looks like CurlyNikki. Great hair!

Quiana
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Quiana

Ahhhhh my hair twin, with the exception of the wash n gos. I’ve just used castor oil with jojoba oil mix for my twists and aloe vera juice and water mix for a mist. So far I don’t like the castor oil, but we shall see.

I also need to try shea butter but I can’t find it on the ground, and I promised myself to never buy hair products online (to curb my PJ’ism)

Deedee Duke
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Hey I was wondering if you can tell me what hair type am I please help!!!
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Rakael
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Rakael

@Annie L stop being rude to other people. Thats not cool

Arseema
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Arseema

I never got how knowing someone else hair type benefits you? I know my hair is in the 3 category but I still will take tips from any girl with healthy hair regardless of type. Melanie is beautiful and so is her hair! I can’t believe people on FB was questioning if her hair was real like black girls can’t wear there own hair. SMH

A.C
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A.C

Love her sense of style. She’s gorgeous

G
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G

I love your blog and you! Thanks so much for sharing your secrets 🙂

Janine
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Janine

I think it’s perfectly fine that the “hair type” feature has been removed. I think people are so hung up about their hair type or manipulating their hair to achieve such look. I have to agree with a previous commenter stating it is definitely back to the “good hair” thing. I’d hope that those who decided to go natural would embrace whatever their texture of hair and not worry about a list of types…trial and error people. You have INDIVIDUAL hair just as you are an individual…embrace that and find what works for you. Stop worrying about someones curl pattern… Read more »

Landry
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Landry

Beautiful girl, with hair and style to match!

Coley Cole
Guest

She is tooooooo gorgeous! Very pretty.

I've Noticed
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I've Noticed

Her hair, to me, is the best I’ve seen on this site. LOVE IT!

Bridget
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Bridget

I absolutely love her hair! So disappointed that the vast majority of the comments deal with hair typing and not Melanie (the style icon).

zyaran
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zyaran

I know right, I mentioned this in my earlier statement that I posted on here earlier on 7/7 and look at it. It proved my point yet again, the majority of this is on hair typing such a shame.

Rita
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Rita

I love her hair! Its so similar to mine:)

Haseenaj
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Haseenaj

Do you have a youtube channel

yvonne
Guest

Melanie — I love your hair, interview and the pics are fabulous!!! Peace&Love to you.

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Aking

I think I love this girl 🙂 And she is my hair twin and I’m a dude. I’m going to take some of her advice because my hair has been really dry lately due to this midwest winter (cincinnati, ohio stand up)

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