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The nature of Black Peo­ple Hair

From the Way Back Machine from the (now miss­ing) Hair­zoo Section


You can take the kink out your brain but,

You Can’t Take The Kink Out Your Hair

Negroid (African)

You Can’t Take The Kink Out Your Hair

Hairs of Afu­rakani (African) ori­gin are reg­u­larly curly or kinky, have a flat­tened cross sec­tion, and may appear curly, wavy, or coiled. Negroid pig­ment gran­ules are larger than those found in Mon­goloid and Cau­casian hair and are grouped in clumps of dif­fer­ent sizes and shapes. The den­sity of the pig­ment in the hair shaft may be so great as to make the hair opaque. A Negroid hair shaft exhibits vari­a­tion or appar­ent vari­a­tion in diam­e­ter because of its flat­tened nature and the man­ner in which it lies on the micro­scope slide. Twist­ing of the hair shaft, known as buck­ling, can be present, and the hair shaft fre­quently splits along the length, and noth­ing, absolutely noth­ing, can change it.

For, as long as hair grows out of your body, no chem­i­cal can per­ma­nently alter Negroid hair.

When a relaxer is applied to the hair, its only the hair which has come in con­tact with the relax­ing agent that is per­ma­mently straight­ened. Hair nor­mally grows at the rate of 1/​4″ per month. So almost imme­di­ately “new growth” is emerg­ing from the follicle.


make no mis­takes about it

.…..You’re still… NAPPY !!!!

(web­mas­ter addi­tion: I’ve always call it strong hair!)


Why You Should Not Wear A Mask!

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