Asked by Anonymous
so when i say “try”, that doesn’t mean implement it into your regular regular routine. that means TRY it one time. from the videos i’ve watched, even that one time you do it, you should see results that you will then be able to determine if you want to continue using this method or not.
now. if you choose to not continue after you try, then life goes on.
but if you do choose to continue, this is what you should understand:
the key word in the name of this method is hydration. when your hair is correctly hydrated (moisturized), you won’t have to worry about doing this method 1-3 days, as you already said.
and actually, in reality, if your hair and scalp are properly hydrated, and you’re are doing this method with products that help to correctly hydrate your hair, and you are keeping your body hydrated and healthy with a good diet, your roots won’t worry you at all. they will be perfectly fine. because your roots are the most alive and healthy part of the shaft. (i know. hair is dead. but you get my point)
so. if your hair and scalp are properly hydrated, your roots will be hydrated as well, and you wont have to do this method so frequently because of this.
also, doing this method doesn’t mean cease and desist all other things. you know i always talk about making sure to balance moisture with protein.
so, say, you do this ‘max hydration method’ regularly.
you could do this 2x a week once your hair is at it’s “max” hydrated and do a protein treatment every other week.
i will say that the only part i don’t like is the baking soda being used because baking soda is abrasive and i’ve recently found out it doesn’t actually clean sooo….. idk bruh. anyway.
so i rambled just to say that no if your hair is healthy and properly moisturized, your roots won’t be any worse than the rest of the shaft, so you won’t actually need to do it so often. your hair will be fine.
YOUTUBE: MAX HYDRATION METHOD and have fun looking at allllll the informative videos and testimonials it’s interesting honestly
Asked by Anonymous
One time in seventh grade I got my first phone and I was hella happy. And one day in class I checked my pockets and didn’t find that shit. And you know those mini heart attacks you get when you lose something? I was just sitting there looking at the floor just thinking to myself like ” These kids honestly got me fucked up if they finna take my phone and get away with it.”
So I ran up and told the teacher and we did like a pocket search and she didn’t find anything. She tried to say I missed placed it and I’m looking at this bitch like
Oh I missed placed one of the most important things that kept me happy. She tried to end the search so I got mad and was like “WHO EVER GOT MY PHONE IM NOT PLAYING GIVE ME MY SHIT BACK OR IM FIGHTING SOMEONE” and this one kid I didn’t like was like “You not gonne do nothing sit down” and I look at him like
This nigga the first one to talk so he must got my shit! I walked up to him and was like give me my phone. He stood quiet and i’m just at his desk waiting for him to give me that shit! I asked him again even more pissed off cause I swore This nigga had it but he was like “Yo get out my face” And I was so mad that I just wanted to fight him so I put down the pencils and my headphone I had in my pockets getting ready to jaw this nigga
Then my teacher wanna stop and start yelling at both of us. And I yelled back saying ” HE GOT MY PHONE” and he was like “No I don’t!” and we started arguing. Then she asked me if I looked in my bookbag for it and I was like no df? so she told me to go check and Guess what was in my bookbag? MY FUCKING PHONE. i felt so fucking embarrassed like I just made a whole seen about to fight a nigga for a phone I had the whole time lmao. I dead ass felt so bad that I went up to him and said sorry. We hugged it out and everything. To this day I’m still trying to figure out when did I put my phone in my bag cause this shit still don’t add up with me
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Why august? Lol
It’s a hotter month, since we are technically a tropical people.
It’s a longer month then February, which is the shortest month.
Brief Historical Outline of “Black August”
A sampling of this month of “righteous rebellion” and “racist repression” includes:
The first Afrikans were brought to Jamestown as slaves in August of 1619.
Gabriel Prosser’s slave rebellion occurred on August 30th, 1800.
The “Prophet” Nat Turner planned and executed a slave rebellion that commenced on August 21, 1831.
In 1843, Henry Highland Garnett called a general slave strike on August 22.
The Underground Railroad was started on August 2, 1850.
The March on Washington occurred in August of 1963
The Watts rebellions were in August of 1965.
On August 18, 1971 the Provisional Government of the Republic of New Afrika (RNA) was raided by Mississippi police and FBI agents.
On August 8, 1978 Philadelphia police initiated a shootout against MOVE members
Further, August is a time of birth. Dr. Mutulu Shakur (New Afrikan prisoner of war), Pan-Africanist Leader Marcus Garvey, Maroon Russell Shoatz (political prisoner) and Chicago Black Panther Party Chairman Fred Hampton were born in August. August is also a time of transition and rebirth. The great scholar and educator W.E.B. Dubois died in Ghana on August 27, 1963. So, August is a month during which New Afrikans can reflect on our current situation and our struggle for self-determination and freedom.
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AUGUST IT IS !!!!! PASS IT ON !!!!
So I was getting confused as to why I had so much breakage. I was upset that everywhere I turned I had to keep cutting my hair. I just thought my hair was prone to breakage without thinking about what I was doing to it. But I looked back and…
1. My hair was never…
- Say nigga
- Be a part of the natural hair movement.
3. Tell my black ass what I should and should not be offended about.
4. Jump in on every tumblr post made for black people and say all people. Nobody was talking to you. Stay in your socks and sandals lane.
I feel like internet culture has really made me realize how racist whites can be. Like I experience casual racism all fucking day long when I’m in a majority white community (it doesn’t come up as often in a black community but it’s still there) and by casual I mean like…