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ajbabe
13th October 2011, 03:36 AM
My friend Laimi, is a PA working in a Laywer's office in Windhoek. Two months ago she went to an upmarket hair salon on Independence avenue and spent well over $1500 for a Brazilian weave. She looked good in her new hair style!. Two weeks later she started suffering severe headaches that would not go away with compral. frequently she'd wake up at night with the constant headache. she went to a private doctor who gave her myprodols that would work for only a few hours and then the headaches will be back worse than before. desperate she went to see a specialist who did blood tests and even a scan of the brain and all the tests were normal. Because of the headaches she could not concentrate at work and was sleeping very poorly. She went back to her doctor who decided to examine her scalp and under the beautiful weave he found worms! the worms were burrowing into her skull and after sending the samples to the lab they found that the hair had eggs from which the worms had hatched!

The doctor told her that the hair was probably from a corpse because the kind of worms are usually found on dead bodies! The hairdresser who supplied the hair was shocked and told her that they fitted 10 weaves already and that batch of hair had gone very fast. If you have a weave and getting constant headaches, this is something you may consider checking out. Poor Laimi had to shave her head after this ordeal and take antibiotics for a full 2 weeks!

Ladies we should be careful with what we put on our heads, it is better to appreciate our natural beauty and be content with what God has blessed us with than to chase artificial beauty.

Fashion Yaa
13th October 2011, 04:36 AM
Omg ewwwwww kai ....

Quophi Aletse
13th October 2011, 05:26 AM
so wat is up with all these weaves .... wat is wrong a black woman's natural hair .....

all these weaves and things .... where is the creativity black women???

Pope Bitterz D'Alomo
13th October 2011, 05:40 AM
Hopefully stories like these will get women of color back to loving their own hair.