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GOOD Hair -The Movie

Chris Rock's GOOD HAIR expected in theaters OCTOBER 2009...

Natural Journeys family, I don't EVEN have to say how I will see this movie WITH my coiffed Sisterlocks as fly and fabulous as possible...on THAT DAY fo' sho'... right!?



Sisterlock Consultants and natural hair stylists EVERYWHERE: how about a GNO (girls night out) showing or MEETUP around this film?!

Let's SHOW 'EM betta than we can TELL 'EM how BEAUTIFUL natural hair can be in ALL its nappy varieties. (Not to start 'nuttin or anything...) No, just to let it be known that a full range of styling options are available with natural hair with NO lack of BEAUTY...

Of course, the REAL MESSAGE of the movie is to communicate that the stuff on top of our heads is hardly as important as the content of our character.

I can't wait to see this film! (Somebody's probably already got a bootleg version of it somewhere, I'm sure... you know how we do...) Let's spend the movie though and see it! Chris Rock is on to something with this one!

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"I want Sisterlocks like yours... I hate my fat Sisterlock ends!"


This typically happens to Sisterlock'd ends of hair with a thick soft wavy texture. After it occurs, the only remedy I have learned of to date is to CUT OFF THE OFFENDING ENDS.

To avoid or control the normal swelling expected on your journey to loc maturity-- particularly, of the thick soft wavy hair type, follow the next set of rules:

1. BAND YOUR ENDS EVERY TIME YOU WASH YOUR HAIR. You may need to do so longer than the regularly prescribed time period until YOUR particular hair type locks.
2. DON'T wet, spritz or spray your ends with anything (Sisterlocks Moisture Treatment product included) unless they are banded.
3. When you shower, at the very least-- WEAR your shower caps my loc'd thick soft and wavy sistahs!

Natural Journeys family, please share your fat loc'd hair end avoidance tips!