Friday, March 27, 2009

Thanks for the Feedback!

Hey Divas,

Yesterday I asked you guys if I should cut off all my heat-damaged ends, or just let them fall off slowly as I stay on top of my regular trims. A lot of you replied, and I'm so thankful for it! I feel like I'm not alone in this cold, lonely world Free Smiley Face Courtesy of www.FreeSmileys.org . For real though, I appreciate all your comments.

The majority of you feel that I should do the "BC" or mini "BC," depending on how much hair I'd actually have to cut off to rectify the situation. Yet, some of you feel that I've served as inspiration for those who are transitioning and don't desire to do the "BC." I didn't do the "BC" when I transitioned from relaxed to natural, so some of you don't believe that I should do it now (my friends and family members included). I'm still on the fence about what I'm going to do, but please believe that I have taken all your wonderful comments into consideration and will let you guys know what I ultimately decide to do.

Until next time, have a fabulous weekend!

XOXO,

DPrincess28

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

hey girl, i know this is totally off topic but are you on the kiss social network? sorry for the random question

DPrincess28 said...

Hey miss. No, I'm not on KISS, but I have heard of it before.

Janelle said...

ok I am so late to comment. But I am in the same situation as you. I have some heat damage on my natural hair. My hair has been natural my entire life, but I do love to where it straight. Honestly, I don't think you should cut it off. I have chosen not to cut my hair off. It has been 6 months since I last straightened my hair and the more deep conditioning I do the more revived the hair becomes. I know that everyone says that once it is damaged the only solution is to cut, but I haven't found that to be true. But you have been an inspiration for me to "rock" my fake ponytails and twistouts and keep it moving.