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Here are some of the questions I get asked the most, and what my answers have been. This way you can get your answers immediately, without having to wait on me. And you never know, you might find answers to a few questions you didn't even know you had yet.

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Question:
I just Big Chopped and I'm worried my curls are so tiny they will pass right through the teeth of a wide-tooth comb.
Answer:
It's true that tiny curls will pass right through a wide tooth comb. I never use wide tooth combs, however. I use a Denman, or a Denman-type of brush (it's more like a soft comb with more teeth than a brush).

I'd recommend combing your hair every week to keep it from locking up (unless you want locs, of course!). When you go to comb, do it after washing your scalp, rinsing, and applying lots of one of the conditioners I recommend on the site. Make sure your hair is totally soaking wet.

Use the Denman, and start very gently combing out the tips of your hair, then in baby-steps, move towards your scalp until all your hair is combed. Then I'd suggest doing doodles the way Aja is doing her hair (or the way it's being done in Tips for Little Ones).

You can also look at Chi's, Mya's and Frances' pictures for more ideas of how to wear your beautiful ringlets.

Congratulations on your brand new pretty curls!
 

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