To encourage women of color to embrace their natural hair

Nothing Taboo About It

Extreme nappy hair is in a class all by itself, It is tight and coiled. The coils draws the hair together., even in separating the hair by parting it in neatly rows, it only takes a few days for the coiling to reach out and attach itself to the hair separated by the parts. spritzing the hair with water is necessary to keep it moist and manageable. Nappy hair will stand up on it’s on. It need s no teasing. There is enough activity going on there already. The styles that nappy haired people will wear may look strange to those who have no knowledge of it ,but it is worn in it’s nature, and what it will allow to be done. This is why lot’s of black women lose patients with their hair and resort to chemicals. We must realized that if we do not wear our hair like it is, It will seem Taboo to others. There is nothing taboo about the nappy hair the creator gave us. It is a given.


4 comments on “Nothing Taboo About It

  1. bettycollier
    June 2, 2013

    It is time the nations know the truth and except it with love.

  2. Pingback: Taboo Tuesday’s: Learning to be Happy in Your Own Skin – Part I | Black Women Have It Going On

    • bettycollier
      June 17, 2013

      No, nothing at all, it’s just a matter of getting rid of fear and embracing the unique beautiful creatures we are. .

  3. bettycollier
    June 17, 2013

    To be black is a given, to live black is an experience,one which in order to be established as a cultured black person, there will be some struggles. Again, this tension of nappy haired hatred is mostly self inflicted. We must start to take responsibility for our actions.

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