Black Women Love Their Natural Kinky Curly Hair

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The time is ending where black women are ashamed of who they are. No longer are they rushing out by the droves to pay ridiculous amounts of money for weaves that don't look as beautiful as their natural grade of hair. Black women are learning something important. They are learning ab

Black women don't need weave because here's the reality: Once you put weave on your scalp that will pull and tug at your natural hair. It is going to cause hair to come out. In fact, there a lot of woman that suffer from putting weave in their hair because that actually rips and tears their hair from the root of their head. That causes all kinds of terrible things to happen to their hair. You also have to consider that they really won't be able to take the best care of their hair if it's covered up most of the time. Human hair needs moisture. Hair needs oxygen and it needs air and sunlight. Women aren't really protecting their hair when they wear protective hairstyles. Professionals actually against wearing these types of so-called protective hairstyles. What could they possibly be protecting their hair fromand why don't some women embrace their natural curly kinky hair?

Protective hairstyling is actually used as an excuse to make Black women appear more Euro without admitting that is what they are trying to achieve. These women also risk alopecia. There are many things these women have to worry about when they decide to wear weave in their natural kinky curly hair. They should think about the negativity that it is going to cause as well. The argument is that a small percentage of Black women or mixed Black women do have straight or blonde hair so therefore they maintain that they are not trying to appear like women from other races but since we all know that is not the norm, the argument from that perspective is actually a weak argument.

Black women who embrace their natural kinky curly hair keep it real with themselves and they have given up on putting on fronts for the rest of the world. These empowered Black women have embraced their natural hair in its natural state. They realize these phony "protective hairstyles" actually damages the hair more than anything. And why aren't these specific black women wearing their own texture hair when they wear these "protective hairstyles?" Why are they wearing hair that looks more European and has no resemblance to the texture of most African hair? I know some Black women go crazy over Indian hair as well as hair from Brazil. You know the price goes up a lot the less "African textured" the weaves are.

In fact, the less these weaves and wigs look like African textured hair, the more money Black women are willing to pay for these "accessories." And I mean when I say more money I'm talking somebody's mama will spend anywhere upwards from $5000 up to like $30 - $50,000 to put someone else' hair on their head and claim it as their own. An example of spending an outrageous amount of money on weave is Beyonce purchasing a weave for over 145 thousand dollars! Even the women who are most obssessed about wearing weave have a problem believing that due to the insecurites of Black women, weaves and wigs have become the gold of the Black community.

Women who have gorgeous hair...  maybe a little straighter, feel they can wear their hair however they want. They want to look more Euro. But many Black women are embracing their natural hair in its natural state. They feel more comfortable wearing their own hair and they are not easily shamed by the state of their hair because they realize that their hair is apart of them and it is a reflection of them. That's why they are embracing their natural kinky curly hair.

It is very important in life for people to feel good about themselves.Black women deserve to feel good about themselves. Black women should not have to alter or change the state of their natural kinky curly hair to feel accepted or embraced by society. They should not be under the curse of believing that they are not naturally pretty enough or that their own natural kinky curly hair in its natural state is somehow inadequate. Natural kinky curly hair is beautiful and so is the women who are born with natural kinky curly hair.

You know that support we want them to feel good about the relationships we want them describe the relationships you want them to be, you know, very confident everything so I think all of that is important in the technical aspect. You talk about natural healthy hair and all that without a doubt I would never say that's not important you do your research.

You need to understand how this ease leaves or chemicals or anything that you put your hair texture hair, but there's also a doubt that I can help you hair as well misplace that is a lot of things out that I help you here as well because of course we there's a lot of extraneous things that affect your hair so and am right now. Being who I am fitness I'm always putting stuff in my body that counteracts a lot of negative stuff out there that that's happening naturally. We have stuff with trying to lose weight, the ozone layer, things in the water, things in the air... So many different things... things that end up in our food that affects us so you can imagine.

If it goes into our body, it affects our hair as our body comes from our inner self so it is affected as well. Those basic things like our natural kinky curly hair are very important... I get it. But als, we do sometimes need to look into the research to help our hair just like we do with that research with supplementation eating right and doing all those things that also affect you so there's a lot of other things that that people need to look into because there is a lot of things that are affecting our hair such as damage in our bodies, damaging our skin and we need to be educated on how to properly care for ourselves including our natural kinky curly hair.

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