Do you approve of, and support Black women's natural hair?
A genuine comment for Black women that wear their natural hair is a fair gesture, don't you think so?
I'm confused... Why wouldn't it be acceptable for anyone to wear their hair naturally? That's the way we're all born, why change it?
I think people who present themselves in their natural state are beautiful because they don't try to hide who they are. There is an attractive quality to being genuine that can't be replicated.
Be who you are & be proud!
I do, it's nice to wear it naturally but as you know - African hair varies. Some are lovely and soft, like the photo above. Some are very curly. (particularly for mixed race) soft too, but some are very thick and those are the ones, that people tend to use hair relaxers for, which gives a very enhanced, straightening look. I particularly admire those who just have a very low cut and leave it natural.
I embrace my natrual hair. It's a part of who I am. Everybody should do the same and respect other people's individuallity. I wrote a Hub on this a few months ago:
http://crissylite.hubpages.com/hub/Love … tural-Hair
The subject of hair is a hot issue among Black women. There is the issue of so-called good hair(naturally straight and long hair) and so-called bad hair(naturally woolly and short hair). While Black women with so-called good hair are considered to be more attractive, Black women with so-called bad hair are pressured to straighten their hair or oftentmes be derided if they elect to wear their hair natural. read more
by Brinafr3sh 4 years ago
What do you think about black women wearing their natural hair?I thinks it's great, no more perms, no more wasted hours doing weave. What do you think?
by Nekea 5 years ago
Does your natural hair grow as fast as your relaxed hair?
by Brinafr3sh 4 years ago
Do you prefer that Black women wear their natural hair or not?They may wear their natural hair under a weave often, but it's still their natural hair without a perm.
by HairByHoneyBee 6 years ago
Give me some feed back about this. I have come across a lot of people asking me about my hair and my daughter's hair.
by findawayormakeone 12 months ago
Does a black woman with natural hair make you uncomfortable?I've always been told that wearing my hair in it's very natural state at work is unprofessional. But I don't really care--this is what God gave me and I adore it, plus I am very good at what I do. However, I feel like it's still make some...
by peter565 10 months ago
Would u approve ur daughter, marry a man that didn't support himself through college?My mum never like me having a job, because, I came from a rich family and don't need to work and she is piss about my grandpa forcing her to work, when she was my age, despite she is from a rich family. During my...
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