naomithoughts said:

For the anon that had the question about Filipino/black hair, I'm also black and Filipino and it really depends what you want to do with your hair. It sounds like we have the same kind of hair. I use natural shampoos and conditioners (Live Clean or Burt's Bee) that have coconut oil or enhances the curls of my hair. You could also try a volumizing shampoo or conditioner. I haven't yet lol Good luck!


Here you go anon!

Thanks for the help!


Anonymous said:

I'm Chinese/white and the guys who try to chat me up are almost invariably Black or Latino. It wasn't until I got to college that an Asian guy ever even gave me a second look, and white guys never seem to be able to figure out whether or not they actually find me attractive or just weird. My experiences might be pretty different living in San Francisco, though, which is primarily Asian. I'm told I look API/Latina most of the time (probably the curly hair).


Here you go anon!

That’s really interesting actually! More trends!


Anonymous said:

From what I've read and experienced, hair products that enhance shine and straightening are good for most mixed hair. I've also found that olive/coconut oil masks work well for my hair, as does eating a balanced diet. Eliminating sodium lauryl sulfates/detergents can also help. I've also heard really good things about green tea rinses and "No 'poo" methods.


Here you go anon!

Thanks for the super informative advice!


redditornot-deactivated20130131 said:

Hm... No, not either. I live in Baltimore City so theres a decent mix of white and black. But the only guys who talk to me have been white. I do get catcalls by Hispanic men a lot though. I don't know if I act white bur I look like a white /asian mix.


Hmm, that’s actually really interesting! I’ve never met someone who tends to attract attention from only one ethnicity; nor have I heard of that ever happening really


deforestasian said:

I've met a lot of half white, half asian guys and girls like me, and generally I think they're attractive. I've had white, asian, and other mixes interested in me, with no general pattern or trend. I don't think it makes too much of a difference....


Here you go anon!

Ou lucky you! Yeah I don’t really think it makes a difference either. I’ve never had only one ethnic group attracted to me


redditornot-deactivated20130131 said:

Regarding your last question, I've noticed the only guys interested in me are fully white. I'm not sure why though. Also I don't meet a lot of mixed people.


Here you go anon!

That’s really interesting actually! Are you generally around white guys more or act ‘more white’?


Anonymous said:

I've noticed that the majority of guys who are initially attracted to me are half-asian like myself. does anyone else find this true??


Ou lucky you (if you’re into that)! Umm, I’ve never really had the pleasure of meeting a lot of mixed guys :(

followers, has this happened to you?


Anonymous said:

Just asking, but do you know any fine hair products for mixed hair? For example, I'm Black and Filipino. As a result, I have thick, fine hair, but probably because I inherited that from my mom. If so, where is a good place to shop for those products?


I’ve heard good things about mixed chick products. I’ve had a similar question to this that got some useful feedback; try scrolling down and finding it. Sorry I couldn’t be more help :( that’s not my hair type nor do I know anyone of that mix :(


Anonymous said:

Haha! I'm the person who's mom's boyfriend called me negro. Yeah, I did mean to say black. xux;;; but omg thank youuuuuu. He's part Indian himself sooo IDK why he;s acting like that. Thanks again, I have knowledge on something more know. Oh, yeah my parents were black for the most part forgot to mention that <3


looooool makes more sense now! No problem love. Although, now that you say that, it seems like he was only taking your parents background into consideration when he was saying you weren’t mixed. That being said, he’s still wrong LOL


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