Okay whats up beautiful people! So many African American woman included either has or currently are struggling with self image. For the sake of this post I am going to speak directly about hair texture and skin completion.
First is hair. Hair texture is one of the most common things women want to change about themselves. I’m not talking about all women I am speaking in general about those who struggle or wish their texture was different. If its straight you want curly, If its curly you want it straight, If its Kinky you will wish for a looser texture, its either too thick or too thin. You can have a head full of hair but now its in your nose and chin. This used to be me all the time with my hair. I have tight 4b 4c hair type and I longed for a texture that was looser. I spent hundreds of dollars on products that claim to work miracles and change the texture. What a hole in my pocket. Im going to list a few things you can do to help you fall in love with your texture. Doing these things will not only help you accept your curl pattern/density but it will help you find the best products and regimens to make your texture pop the best way it can as long as you have realistic expectations.
Secondly I am loving this whole “Black Girl Magic” movement. There are some of us who subconsciously struggle with our skin pigmentation. With the embracing of our natural hair came the acceptance of our pigmented skin. Before there was the light brown paper bag ideology. The lighter the prettier but now we are LOVING our melanin and the more the better!
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