What to do on Valentine’s Day | DIYs, Makeup, Snacks
with Cuban Twist/Marley hair. Love Love Love!
My hair is short and shaved on the sides but as soon as my hair grows back in – I will be getting my hair done like this. Protective style for black hair and it looks so good.
For my sistas out there who don’t feel they can let their natural hair show, let your crowns glow.
I am done with these ignorant lost black souls who have totally conformed to European (white) standards of beauty. A woman named Jasmine Tolliver of Brooklyn, NY started a petition on change.org titled: Comb Her Hair
Black people brainwashed to think being natural is a bad thing, makes one not beautiful or capable of being accepted in society… It is a sad reality to see our own people hating was is so deeply rooted in their blood – Afrikan.
I am glad to see, and is truthfully the first conscious thing Beyoncé and Jay Z as black artists has done is letting their daughter wear her hair in its natural state (no chemicals or multiple ponytails being pulled at her hair). I would like to think Solange Knowles had some type of influence as she is the epitome of a beautiful natural black sista.
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