Natural Hair: What's My Hair Type? Who CARES! | Nik Scott





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Published on Mar 14, 2011

This is part two of the video titled "1 Month After The Big Chop" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVzRrx...

Basically I talk about why I feel hair typing is UNimportant and show you my wet, uncombed NATURAL hair texture with product in it.


My hair is NOT heat trained/damaged [to me they are one in the same...any time the hair is altered to the point that it will not return to the state that it comes out of your scalp, it is damage!] Please see this article: http://bit.ly/9MMYNt

Further, I would NOT try to pass off heat trained/damaged hair as my NATURAL hair texture, because as far as I'm concerned hair that is heat trained/damaged is NOT natural.

WHY do I believe that?

Because the texture of heat trained/damaged hair is NOT the texture that grows out of your scalp. NATURAL hair, in my opinion, is hair, that when you wet it down with water, returns to the state it was in when it emerged from your scalp.

As amazing as it is for some to accept, there are Black hair textures that do not coil/curl, mine happens to be one of them.

You can watch my deep conditioning video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XdPW_5...

Thanks so much for watching!

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DISCLAIMER: I am NOT a trained/practicing stylist, cosmetologist, beautician, dietician or medical professional. All suggestions, tips, prizes, techniques and advice given are for informational purposes only and should be used at your discretion and best judgment. I highly recommend conducting strand tests when trying or using new products, hair appliances and product mixes. I am not responsible or liable for adverse or undesirable affects including hair loss, hair breakage or other hair/scalp/skin/body damage as a direct or indirect result of the suggestions, tips, prizes, techniques and/or advice given.


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