Black Person with Natural Blonde HairA black person with natural blonde hair
White people think of black natural hair at work and at school
Childrens are banned from schools and out of the evenings because they wear their natural hair or Afro-Puffs. I recently saw a black radio reporter tape saying that if she wanted to make headway in her carrier, she had to get her beautiful natural hair out.
I' m very particular when it comes to natural hair. In the past I had natural hair and will soon make the big cut and begin my natural hair-trip. Mine natural suistas, you' ll be sharing this tape far and away with those who have preconceptions about black hair.
The use of pure rinse will help our hair growth. The hair is washed on a regular basis and can be sprayed with fresh hair several days a week. We' re very careful and proud to style our hair by making twist-outs, bandit knot, afros, plaits, etc.. but what doesn't look stylish to you means it doesn't look like your hair.
Natural black hair, like Afros and Afro-Puffs, is a divert. That'?s how my natural hair runs when I put it in tailpieces. To say that it is a diversion is like saying that my face is a diversion because it is what I was borne with. Ask me to work on my hair or just let you rest so that you have a good time is like a cosmetic operation so you can look at me.
I could have my hair less concerned with being a Reb. It' just the way it comes out of my mind, just like yours. As I look when I am at home, my (Caucasian) "natural hair" is what I look like, as against work. This is not what we understand by natural hair.
It'?s just how we get our hair out of our heads. You' re a natural is not our natural. No black hairs - Oh son, it's grown! In fact, it is even better in its natural state because we do not use aggressive chemical and thermal agents that often break the tips of the hair and make it appear not to expand.
Here is a shock - A black lady with natural hair that seems to be shoulder-length is very deceptive. The length of her hair is probably as far as her derriere, but the curls, which are actually known as shrinking, make her appear much weaker. Yes, our rough hair can resist the force of gravitation, but the longer it is growing, the more it is moving.
This your hair? Don't ask if my hair is woven. Well, not every black lady is wearing a fabric. For all beetles, black hair is the most resilient hair, even cooties. You don't like our kerosene and wax hairs either, but just because someone has pigtails, locomotives or afros, don't think your hair is messed up.
It' s hard to take care of black hair and we still go to the saloon on a regular basis to take care of our locomotives and pigtails. And I can't turn my hair to a rose and go to work. Why are we obliged to put noxious chemical substances in our hair to work? Rose hair color is not natural and also not relaxing.
I can' take you seriously with this hair. However, I can be taken seriously if I wear another person's hair, also known as weaving, hair extension or wigs? One piece of advice: Take a black lady who wears her natural hair VERY seriously! If you say that it is non-professional, then say again that it does not look like your hair or like the hair of someone you know.
Do you know that black natural hair does not diminish a person's capacity to do his work? Sharing this item with a non-black person who does not know black natural hair and who needs to be brought up. Have you ever heared of" Crazy Things" about natural hair? Mr. Janice Celeste, MBA is the founder and editor-in-chief of Successful Black Parenting journal.