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Countess Vaughn, Star of The Parkers, Reveals Scalp Infection from Wearing Lace Front Wigs

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Countess Vaughn, known for her role in the hit sitcoms The Parkers and Moesha, recently revealed her struggle with hair loss after wearing lace front wigs consecutively for 5 years.

Vaughn has noted, discoloration, peeling of the skin and hair loss as a result to her allergic reaction to glue used when applying lace front wigs.

This is awful! Ladies what are your thoughts?!

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Char
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Char

Awww 🙁 poor girl, I feel so bad for her. #hairlessons

NubianPrize
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NubianPrize

I always wondered if that would happen when I found out they were held down with glue. What women go thru dealing with hair ! I’ll just deal with my Fingercomber wig & that’s it

momofIV
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momofIV

so sad…she wanted to look more “natural” but wearing a wig or having relaxed hair isn’t natural. She needs to drop the wigs and embrace her hair as it is…otherwise she will never heal to accept herself and pass that to her daughter…try detoxing to get the chemicals from the glue out of her system and maybe aloe vera to help heal the skin.

Missc
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Missc

Pics or it didnt happen. O_O

teetee
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teetee

Did You watch the video? Cause if you did you will see it happened

Missc
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Missc

Was that video attached to this article?…um no. O_o

lol
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lol

You can clearly find the video in this article and see it happened so um look thoroughly before you comment and then get mad after someone points it out to you ijs

Missc
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Missc

My original post has 17 likes so they must have just added it. Who said I was mad? You ASSume too much ;-D

Love
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Love

The video was attached from the beginning you went out the way to try to find something negative and 17 other people went along with it not shocking

Anon87
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Anon87

So she’s now replaced it with (what looks like) a tight weave? :-/

Lawuan
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Hope she gets better. Also hope she is now informed their are plenty of full lace wigs and lacefronts that are glueless. A lot of lacefronts now come with comb attachments and full lace wigs you can sew in an elastic band. Also for the baldness she can stary treating it with some emu oil.

lablooplah
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lablooplah

another reason why I’m not attracted to wigs/weaves, I know people say that they use them so they can have styling options but, I just dont like the look of them, or straight hair in general. IDK, i never used to be like this lol. But it’s just, enh. Anyway I feel for people in cold weather when they have to rock wigs/weaves for protective styling. I just dont miss those things at all, but i do understand WHY sometimes people rock them. But atleast we are learning that we werent meant to go around hiding our hair. Nature has… Read more »

maralondon
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maralondon

I was meant to give you a thumbs up not down. This girl was funny as hell in both shows,brings back memories.

cacey
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cacey

darn.…and i was just thinkin about gettin a weave. good thing i can’t afford it lol or at least, not a decent one i wouldn’t be shamed to walk out the house with. i suppose it’s easy to find cheap wigs that also look cheap, like the ones i see in my neighbahood, but, whoa. lace front damage. does not look cute. guess i’ll stick with clip-in-variety extension when i’ve got my funds up!

making waves
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making waves

Are there supposed to be pics?

Coco
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Coco

Ahh my. Poor Kim never knew lace fronts was dangerous!!!

Flynfab
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Flynfab

I feel bad for her, but she giving this interview while still wearing a wig/weave. Did she learn nothing from her experience?

Well Sis
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Well Sis

She never said she had a problem with wigs or weaves overall, just lace fronts with glue. And her hairline is jacked, she could have felt embarrassed to have it on display for all of the audience to see. You can’t say what she did or did not learn.

Brianna Love
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Brianna Love

Oh no! 🙁 I pray that she will start rocking her God given hair! 🙂 I <3 you Countess!!!!

Chastiti
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Chastiti

There’s a video that shows pics…

Primmest Plum
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Primmest Plum

Aw, I miss Countess Vaughn. She always reminded me of a cute Chucky doll for some reason.
I’m sorry to hear about her allergic reaction to the lakefront glue. It makes sense though, are lacefronts only meant to be worn for a few hours at a time? Any type of of man made adhesion isn’t a good idea, especially if it’s being applied to the delicate hairline area.

iluvedges
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iluvedges

Chucky doll? now what now?

Primmest Plum
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Primmest Plum

Lol I know that sounds odd. But she reminds me of a doll in general. Her cheeks, the infamous laugh, her bubbly demeanor (when she was younger), and of course, her doll like eyes.

Swag
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Swag

That’s good for her fat ass.

jessybabe
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The only time I wore a wig was when I was 6 and it was for a witch costume for Halloween. Other than that never wore, weaves, extensions, any other type of wig, no fake hair period. My grams taught me I don’t need that “nonsense” is what she use to call it, and I still feel the same way till this day. Even after my BC I still feel the same. I do hope that Countess will learn to cut back, and let her hair recuperate.

marie
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marie

I do not feel bad for any woman who abuses and neglects her hair thus resulting in hair loss or breakage. That’s common sense to wear weaves and wigs sparingly and to let your scalp breathe keep your hair moisturized and clean. They only have their own laziness to blame for their hair loss as our hair and scalp give us obvious signs when styles are not good for us.

Jack
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Jack

You would think is was common sense, but there is a lot ignorance. Many women don’t know how to take care of their hair (with to without a wig/weave/extension) and start from a young age only learning bad hair practices.

Aly
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Aly

I understand the need to cover your hair and not have it go through being dyed, fried, and over manipulated for a tv show or movie role, but why did she have to have a lace front. Why couldn’t she just have a regular wig that she could take off at the end of the day? Even the most low budget of TV shows/independent movies could invest a few hundred/thousand in a good quality wig. Then on her off time she could deal with her own hair. I know Jennifer Goodwin gets a wig clause in all her contracts, so… Read more »

Beverly
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Beverly

Funny enough. Did anyone else notice the part where she said her head was oozing and smelling and she let that go for SIX MONTHS before she did anything?
I don’t care if there was a relaxer, a blow out, locks or a darn lace front. I don’t think the issue here is so much the lace-front and it’s potential perils as much as it is someone unwilling to take steps to see about their damn health.
This is soo not about the wig. I agree… Countess, NO!

Keren
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Keren

This is my fourth year with Natural hair it the best way forward no more weaves for me. Countess would look beautiful with Natural hair

Curly53
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Curly53

I do wear lacefronts from time to time and I do understand the allure. I mostly restrict them to when I’m doing a shoot after getting heat damage from a hairdresser many moons ago. HOWEVER, I refused from the beginning to glue or tape that mess to my body. That always sounded no bueno to me.

Countess had symptoms for SIX MONTHS before seeking help, and was wearing those things nonstop for YEARS?! That’s a recipe for disaster. Gosh, I hope that heals up for her fast. It ain’t worth all that.

Leeza
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Leeza

I hope that she heals more internally then externally. This seems like the age old issue about black women clinging so tightly to this european ideal of beauty that they sacrifice their health just to keep up the appearance of looking white! When she mentioned that she will teach her daughter to love herself at that point, it seemed that she revealed that she has an issue accepting and loving herself. I pray that she continues to learn from this tragic health scare and that she realizes the beauty that God has given her with her God given natural hair.… Read more »

Ja'Van
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Ja'Van

I am natural and I’ve been so for about 3 years. I wear lace wigs from time to time to change my look or if my hair isn’t acting right. Like Countess I would glue it down and add glue if it started to lift. However she wore lace wigs for years ignoring what her body was telling her. I also had irritation to the glue which caused me to not use it or wear 2 caps under my wigs if I needed it to secure it more. I hope her condition improves, and to all the ladies who do… Read more »

Yoshi
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Yoshi

why would you use glue on a lace front? I’ve been wearing them for 3 years and never used glue, the combs on the wigs were always enough to secure them. The only time I feel the need to secure my wig on more is when I’m having sex lol. But I doubt glue would make any difference

Miss T
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Miss T

You have sex with a wig on? Please tell me that’s during role play only 🙂

Phoxxie
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Phoxxie

I’m assuming whoever she is having sex with a wig on is not someone who loves her.

Dananana
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Dananana

I wouldn’t assume that. If she’s wearing wigs during sex, that’s her business. And if it’s not for roleplaying (which is perfectly healthy, BTW), she may have her own hangups despite having her partner’s love. Wearing a wig during sex is no different than wearing lingerie or a T‑shirt, IMO.

Yoshi
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Yoshi

Haha nope! When I first started dating I was transitioning my hair and wore lace fronts. I was dating white guys who 99% of the time had no clue that wasn’t my real hair unless I told them. No way I was going from perfect wavy hair to taking off my wig and looking like I was a prison inmate with cornrows! Total mood killer if the guy wasn’t expecting it lol. I’ve been dating the same guy for 3 years now and he loves my natural hair so now when I do wear lace fronts he requests I take… Read more »

Nicole
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Nicole

Get yours boo. Wig or not.

LBell
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LBell

The video isn’t appearing in the article; I found it at Boston.com:

http://www.boston.com/lifestyle/health/2014/03/14/countess-vaughna-health-crisis/LFhcO0PfYlBue40oMgQkeN/video.html

When pics of Naomi Campbell’s missing hairline showed up some people said, basically, that it’s a small price to pay for fame and money. Is it, though? I wonder how much Countess would pay to turn back the clock and regain what she’s lost.

IMO the one blessing in this lesson is that her daughter will hopefully learn from her mother’s example and love her hair as it is.

evangeline
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evangeline

I had an allergic reaction to that glue after glueing in a track for my wedding and never did it again. Also, after learning that I was allergic to permanent hair dye my dermatologist told me that another exposure to those chemicals could kill me. I then learned I had fibromyalgia which is an immune system disorder and I will always wonder if it was caused by the chemicals. Fame is not worth your life and it cannot restore your health.

diane
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diane

Everyone is not pleased with the quality of their natural hair and may look for other alternatives that will make them happy.

bsbfankaren
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bsbfankaren

Except most of us never learn the “quality of our natural hair” as we’ve been getting relaxers since childhood. The issue for this actress as it is for many regardless of race, is attempting to look a certain way in the belief it will make you easier to cast. It’s going to take time for Hollywood to accept women of color with natural hair, or with hair that is not straight at all times, but this also means that women will have issues with having their hair styled repeatedly, which is often the reason black models start wearing weaves and… Read more »

Jax
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Jax

I hear what you are saying with regards to over styling and needing an alternative in the entertainment field, but I happened to go to junior high with Countess and actually knew her. I can tell you she was rocking the fake hair and colored eye contacts in the 6th grade and has had questionable views on beauty and self worth early in life. I’m not going to broadcast specific comments she made directly to me because those comments were made at the age of 11, but she’s always had issues in this arena. Sometimes we all need to swim… Read more »

Natasha
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Natasha

I tried a lace front once, wore it for two days and took it off. My scalp needs to breathe! As far as gluing it down? That’s a no-no. You see, the way my forehead is set up, I haven’t got enough hairline to spare!

Hansy
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Hansy

I never understood the allure of wigs. I bought one a year ago just to try and I haven’t wear it yet. I think wigs are cool for Halloween parties or when you have a disease that prevents hair from growing, but why would anybody want to wear somebody else hair in their head permanently? I don’t mind extensions to give the appearance of length but a wig is just too much for ME.

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To thine own self
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To thine own self

I see horrible weaves and wigs all day everyday. I say to myself these people would rather walk out looking like that than embrace their real hair. It’s sad especially when it’s an obviously weave at least try to make it look natural. People rather walk around with a fake stringy mop with no edges than be their true self

the gypsy life
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the gypsy life

I wear lacefronts wigs, mostly during colder months, and I have NEVER used glue. For me, that takes away the point of a wig vs a sew in/glued tracks. I want my hair to breathe. I just use the combs and secure the wig on my head. After an 8 hour day with them things (wigs) and I can’t wait to get home and just run my fingers thru my hair. I don’t know that Countess actually suffers/suffered from self-hate, but, I do know how hard it is for black women in Hollywood. You’re already an undesired candidate, then you… Read more »

nappy headed black girl
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I don’t believe she said she wore her lace front 24–7. Geez louise, no wonder she had problems. Weave isn’t meant to replace your natural hair *sigh*

I’m also concerned that she’s still wearing added hair. I would think that would irritate her infected skin and possibly cause another reaction.

J.ALex
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J.ALex

OMG I am so sick of people attributing a weave that I wear or the straightening of my hair to me wanting to be white!!!!It’s a style, I am not my hair! Besides black people are not the only people who wear wigs and weaves, and what is your argument for women who wear kinky weaves or white people who have dreads or straighten their curly hair. HELL Asians straighten their hair.. Europeans straighten their naturally wavy hair. STFU… You also have to understand the context of certain media. Ariana Grande went on the record to say her hair was… Read more »

NumberOneJewel
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NumberOneJewel

RIGHT ON!!!

R. Cole
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R. Cole

Go natural. Perms will never ever again be apart of my lifestyle. Lacefront hair never appealed to me; it’s way too much going on with that, glue and everything really!I have natural hair and love it.

Nikkyia
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Nikkyia

But like she’s still wearing a wig, doesn’t her scalp need air?

Zenith
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Zenith

Sadly, her story is becoming more and more common. I work in an industry where I see so many women who have lost their hair AND have scarring due to incessant weave and lacefront wearing. Most of these women are young (in the 20s and 30s) and will never be able to grow hair in large areas of their scalp. Now, they feel that they must permanently wear wigs to even look presentable. This is just a tragic and unnecessary consequence to self negligence. When will this hairstyling ‘trend’ end??? How many hair casualties will occur before it does??

Deb
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Deb
Zenith
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Zenith

If there is scarring, hair will not grow in that area. It is possible to regrow in an area with no scar tissue. I am always honest with anyone I see who has this problem. If there is scarring, I tell them the truth. If there is no scarring, I tell them the truth. I encourage ALL of them to stop engaging in practices which are damaging to hair and scalp. It is up to the individual to decide whether to take advice or not.

Ummkutubah Al'Garland
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I feel that we should love ourselves engough to be happy with what God given us. Which is our natural curly beautiful hair.

Ummkutubah Al'Garland
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I just sent this post to my sister cause she loves I mean love wearing a lace front wig.

makeupbykifana
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I had locs for about 6 years, cut them 3 yrs ago and was natural prior to my locs about 2 years. So about 11 years without a relaxer. I wear lacefronts as my protective style from about October to May. I never use glue though. I like taking it off when I get home, like a hat, lol! I alternate between them and half wigs and I also did braids with extensions. All my wig pieces are curly and as close to my natural hair as possible. I’m not looking for the European straight look,I actually find I look… Read more »

Camille in Brooklyn
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Camille in Brooklyn

I never wore a weave. I went natural many years before weaves got popular otherwise I may have tried it. I don’t know anyone who regular wears weave either so my only source of info on it is sites like this and I am continuously amazed by how damaging this fake hair is. It just doesn’t seem worth it. Surely a good wig would be easier and less detrimental, no?

Nicky
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Nicky

Trust me you know someone who wears a weave all the time. You just don’t realize they’re wearing a weave.

12Gauge
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12Gauge

And yet she sits.….with a wig on? Is she serious?

Nicky
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Nicky

It’s a wig. No glue, no tape not a lace front. Calm down!

Amber
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Amber

Why is she still wearing that dang hair??? Until black women start forcing the world to reckon itself with our natural beauty, black women will never achieve equal footing in Hollywood or anywhere else. All this “unacceptance” comes from within.

Nicky
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Nicky

She’s wearing a wig because she’s giving her natural hair time to grow back. Calm down!

La
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La

There are a lot of stylists out here today who are more concerned about their pockets than the health of their clients’ hair and scalp. I am a stylist and I am sure I lost clients because I wouldn’t comply to their damaging wishes. Let it be known, if not known, the hairline is one of the most damaging areas on the head.

sunray77
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sunray77

I have no sympathy…

Chandra
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Wow that is really sad. Black women ignore pain on their scalps for the sake of beauty ALL the time. Too tight weaves, braids, and of course relaxers. Putting up with the pain. I understand that some may need it but there are many that have hair and just like exts better. And it all seems innocent until you end with traction alopecia. I must admit, I tried a lace front with glue “one time” during that whole craze to see how it would look. Me and 3 other friends. It was SOOOO uncomfortable my skin was literally burning. I… Read more »

Charity
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Charity

But by the end of the day, any foreign object in my hair bothers my scalp and my mind. Whether it’s a wig, half wig, hair elastic, bobby pins, comb attachment, anything! It’s good to be balanced in whatever you do and listen to your body Unfortunately, I’m not sure she has embraced herself yet because she is still wearing the hair. Maybe it’s not a lace-front wig, but still, it’s a wig of some sort. It kind of kills her message of learning to love yourself and your hair. I guess all of this did bring awareness though.

Kellee*aka*justleavingacomment
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Kellee*aka*justleavingacomment

I second the ‘foreign object annoyance/ listen to your body’ notion. Those pesky bobby pins sure can ruin a day! The less I can get away with using, the better.

xyzebra
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xyzebra

I admire Countess for coming forward with her story!! She is so brave. Yes, she is still wearing a wig because the process of coming out from under a wig IS NOT EASY, even if she has stopped wearing ‘lacefronts’. All it takes is one humiliating comment on the street or look of pity at your baldness by someone, and — bam! — back into hiding for your hair. It is a process and we should be patient with ourselves/each other. Countess is a strong person with sass. She was the one who put the heavy set girl out front… Read more »

Kelly
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Kelly

I agree. Also, tension alopecia and traction alopecia can happen even if you don’t wear any hair extensions, weaves, or even if you don’t wear tight locs. I see a lot of loose naturals brush their edges and bangs back with hard bristle brushes and pull their curly or twist-out puffs back very tightly. Over time, that can lead to bald edges and receded hairlines, too. You can lose your edges right after doing that only once if it’s done tightly! I’ve seen it happen.

VeeVee Brown
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VeeVee Brown

Agree. I have been natural for most of my life and I have suffered from hair loss, thinning hair, a disappearing hairline, breakage and bald spots due to my braids. Funnily enough I’m wearing wigs as a protective style to restore my hair back to good health. However, I’m now taking good care of my own hair with a proper washing, conditioning and moisturising regime. It’s working because my hair is thriving. All protective styles can have a downside whether it’s natural or bought.

Nikki
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It’s sad and unfortunate, but when is really going to learn to love herself and let the wigs not be apart of her everyday life? I hair and head need time to “rest” from wigs, weaves, and extentions. I wish her well and I hope she finds her own beauty within…without the wigs.

HeavnsGirl
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HeavnsGirl

I don’t understand why she didn’t stop wearing the lacefronts at the FIRST sign of an allergic reaction? Even if she still wasn’t confident enough to show her real hair to the world (natural or otherwise), there are MANY, MANY options other than lacefronts.

This makes no sense.

Tara Kamiya
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I guess when you hate yourself you do crazy stuff. Nobody in their right mind would have on a lace front 24/7!!!Hopefully she is getting some counseling for the larger problem. Self Hate.

Joyce
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Joyce

Sad to say, there are so many women who are otherwise accomplished and confident who fall under the spell of the importance of their hair. We live in a world where women are still ensnared in the thought that their hair is a major, life giving part of them. How many hair product companies exist today? Commercials, print ads, magazines, designers…this is a major money maker in our world. I don’t know many women willing to treat or to accept their hair as a nonessential part of them. “My hair doesn’t define me!”, unfortunately, has been reduced to a catch… Read more »

Mercy
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Mercy

This is very sad.

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trumistry
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trumistry

It is a shame that this happened to her but.…5 years consecutively, what did she expect. The problem with many sisters is when they are wearing their 5 packs of 24in, brazillian, kinky curly, malaysian.…whatever, they forget that it is NOT their own hair. They mistreat their heads and scalp all for the sake of their fake style, then cry when their hair (or hairline) wants a divorce. I wear wigs as a protective style, wear them for about 4–6 months a year, never had a problem as I have i good techniques (where were her stylists) and MY REAL… Read more »

Nikki
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Nikki

I feel like folks are acting a bit brand new. How many of us let our scalps burn, scar, and scab for relaxers before we went natural? I could very much believe that someone could be dealing with what Countess was dealing with it and let it go untreated. MOST OF HAVE DEALT WITH SIMILAR! I remember getting relaxers when I had scratched my head and literally have scabs on my scalp that were discolored and fused with my hair and literally just accepted it because it was part of the process. We were taught to cope with it as… Read more »

Rochelle
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Rochelle

You hit the nail on the head. I am natural now, but I’m lucky I didn’t lose my own hair from repeatedly scorching my own scalp with full lye relaxers that I applied with a hair brush to make sure it was bone straight. I’m not going to pretend I didn’t do it, and honestly — I’m not ashamed. It just is what people did. I’m old enough to remember Countess when she was on 227 with her Jheri Curl. I remember when she competed on Star Search (how many of you know she was a singer)when she was a… Read more »

t
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t

I didn’t like the way the one male doctor pointed out that black women where weaves and braids that are to tight, etc… I did appreciate how the female doctor said that even as a white female she has worn weaves that have stress out her hair and scalp to the point that she too has lost hair. Bottom line it’s not about color, a weave or anything that is worn on the head to long and to tight can remove your hair and cause alopecia no matter who u are. It’s about the stress/trauma being put on the hair… Read more »

Elle
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I guess most of what I see these days is that people aren’t really using glue on their lace fronts but I feel like back in the day they did use the glue but these days you don’t really need glue.

Andrea
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Andrea

The truth is no “look” is worth risking your physical and mental health. Pus for six months is stupid. So is using glue on your scalp. My mom did that to me once for a high school beauty pageant and the itching and irritation was so bad that I made her take it out. I wore wigs after my hair fell out in patches from a medical condition. I used bobby pins to secure them I didn’t wear them 24/7. Scarves are a great option. Fortunately my hair grew back. I hope she’ll lay off the wigs and hers will… Read more »

meme
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meme

You should wear your lace front wig without glue and tape. I never had use glue, but I had used tape and it didn’t solve nothing. Just use neither one and make sure after wearing have it on a wig stand. I have been wearing front lace wigs for 3 years, without tape and glue and have no reaction to my scalp.

kelcie
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kelcie

Ok. Her story was based on true events and I have sympathy for her. I’m confused as to why now? She hasn’t been in the news/tv for a long time. Wearing wigs and weaves have “evolved” since she was relevant. Some people now use elastic bands for their wigs. Glued weaves are now on a cap. Some have even started sewing wigs down. For the rest that want to use glue or tape, I’m sure they know the risk affiliated. Breaking news is: They don’t care. It’s all about instant results to look good (or halfway decent for the moment).… Read more »

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Aliyah
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Aliyah

This is true when I use to relax my hair it use to burn but my mom told me to keep it in one minute longer then rinse it out . She relaxed my hair at the tender age if 5 . Plus I got braid extensions three times and the pain was horrible . I went natural three months ago and my hair is growing I’m so glad the only damage I had was heat damage , tangles , and knots when I first big chopped . I love my hair and would never relax my hair again .!

Aliyah
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Aliyah

God bless her I hope she stopped wearing lace front wigs and uses regular wigs but don’t apply glue and tape . I’m glad her daughter is natural and she is teaching her daughter self love . I hope she is now taking care of her fragile hair and taking off the wigs when she goes home . 🙂 I still watch reruns go the Parker’s because of her and I like Moesha but Parker’s is wayy better .

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[…] Edges are important in haircare. They’ve now come to stand as a sign that you have your ish together and haven’t let your haircare regime fall by the wayside. The loss of edges can occur from ailments like alopecia areata or mechanical damage from improperly wearing a protective style like ponytails, braids, weaves and in Countess Vaughn’s case, lace-front wigs. […]

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