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More and more black woman are going natural :D

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“Take the kinks out ya mind”

Level 4

Since: Jul 13

and not your hair

#1 Aug 4, 2013
Excuse my excitement, but every time I go somewhere I see the trend of women embracing their natural curly, coily, and kinky hair and it's beautiful. I recently started wearing my Afro out, I've been natural for a while, but I usually wear it in an updo, but the attention I get is almost unbearable, but it help boost my confidence when I see other women embracing their natural beauty with mad confidence. I think more women will see the beauty that god bestowed on them and hop on the band wagon, but there's nothing wrong with wearing your hair in a way that makes you comfortable, whether straight, kinky, or with extensions, black is beautiful.

“Take the kinks out ya mind”

Level 4

Since: Jul 13

and not your hair

#2 Aug 4, 2013
http://blacklikemoi.com/2013/07/more-african-...

Here's an article for those who are going to ask for proof in the rise of women going natural :)

“Take the kinks out ya mind”

Level 4

Since: Jul 13

and not your hair

#3 Aug 4, 2013
Describes me best, love this song and she is definitely my hair crush :)

“Take the kinks out ya mind”

Level 4

Since: Jul 13

and not your hair

#4 Aug 4, 2013
Another natural artist I love

“Shine Bright Like...”

Level 5

Since: Jan 12

A Diamond

#5 Aug 4, 2013
I'm natural, as I have always been.

I'm actually a little perturbed that people are ditching the chemicals as if it is a trend to be your natural self.

Level 2

Since: Jul 13

New York City

#6 Aug 4, 2013
- Hi there, may I know what is "beautiful" of black women having afroish hair?
Al Sharpton

Toronto, Canada

#7 Aug 4, 2013
ImKevin wrote:
- Hi there, may I know what is "beautiful" of black women having afroish hair?
what's beautiful about it, is these women have the confidence to portray themselves as who they really are. Instead of trying to conform white society and hiding something that makes them unique.
Sadbuttrue

Arlington, VA

#8 Aug 4, 2013
brownskin_beauty wrote:
Excuse my excitement, but every time I go somewhere I see the trend of women embracing their natural curly, coily, and kinky hair and it's beautiful. I recently started wearing my Afro out, I've been natural for a while, but I usually wear it in an updo, but the attention I get is almost unbearable, but it help boost my confidence when I see other women embracing their natural beauty with mad confidence. I think more women will see the beauty that god bestowed on them and hop on the band wagon, but there's nothing wrong with wearing your hair in a way that makes you comfortable, whether straight, kinky, or with extensions, black is beautiful.
MACEO

Aren't you a Overweight, Fat, Bald, Over sized Head Black man that's 60 years old? LMAO!

Nice try!
Spit-Fire

Decatur, GA

#9 Aug 4, 2013
The beauty is in the rebellion to define and embrace their natural beauty on their own terms.
Hair is one of the most unique features of a BW and being "natural" simply enhances it.
Sadbuttrue

Arlington, VA

#10 Aug 4, 2013
brownskin_beauty-Maceo wrote:
Excuse my excitement, but every time I go somewhere I see the trend of women embracing their natural curly, coily, and kinky hair and it's beautiful. I recently started wearing my Afro out, I've been natural for a while, but I usually wear it in an updo, but the attention I get is almost unbearable, but it help boost my confidence when I see other women embracing their natural beauty with mad confidence. I think more women will see the beauty that god bestowed on them and hop on the band wagon, but there's nothing wrong with wearing your hair in a way that makes you comfortable, whether straight, kinky, or with extensions, black is beautiful.
Maceo

I think its excellent, I see the same thing myself. I went out in a group setting and my new guy I"m dating (he's white) and I even remarks from a couple of Asian women who said "I like your hair".

While at a group outing I saw one IR couple BM/WW and the BM seem to be offended when he found out that I was with a White male. His GF was nice, not attractive at all, she was chubby; so he wanted to throw out a grudge remark. He threw out the comment BW don't hike they don't like getting their Weaves wet! He started chuckling. I was the only BW there so everybody looked surprised and looked at him funny. My White Date said my GF is Black, Extremely attractive and wears her hair. One of the reasons I did ask her out is she's dark, exotic and regal like Cleopatra.

I told him I always hear rude, disrespectful remarks from Black males as a collective group. He said "don't date them".

I really had a nice date with him and the group. The BM White GF came over to apolizige to me and said "She was embarrassed" by his remark. She knows he has problems with BW what he said was wrong!

I really had a nice day with my White Date he's SUCH A MAN! LMAO
Sadbuttrue

Arlington, VA

#11 Aug 4, 2013
brownskin_beauty wrote:
Another natural artist I love
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =hiSvyc-SjtUXX
MACEO

I see many Natural Black women with White men dating/marrying them! lmao

Baby Laughing for First Time
Dani talks about how she met her White husband and how he talked her into wearing her natural hair.

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

Okay Dani

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

Natural Hair & White men

Naptureal85

http://www.youtube.com/user/DearNaptural85
Baby and Non Black Man - Felipe is Spanish.

Natural Hair blogger her BF now Husband and Baby convinced her to go Natural!

The Husband Tag!!! Part 1

Stunning
http://youtu.be/IQzO1k2JXUw

She's very Pretty
http://youtu.be/IteYjDG2xuU

The Husband Tag (Lisy14u2c & Ali gonzalez)
Another Natural with Non Black man

http://youtu.be/Zj26gdGI6u4

BOYFRIEND TAG !!
Stunning Black woman/Natural

http://youtu.be/KOhS8d1DrKE

NaturalistaNeff
http://youtu.be/eSpY9Dleb64

BOYFRIEND Tag ❤ [email protected] & METT
http://youtu.be/qOUNbLnlS9g

Stunning!

I think its GREAT!

“Take the kinks out ya mind”

Level 4

Since: Jul 13

and not your hair

#12 Aug 4, 2013
ImKevin wrote:
- Hi there, may I know what is "beautiful" of black women having afroish hair?
I think it's beautiful because it's the way God made us, our hair is very unique, defy's gravity and in my opinion compliments our feature. I appreciate the beauty of all races and hair types, but because Afros seem taboo in the professional world and even publicly, I am excited more women are not being mind control into believing god made a mistake when he made them.
Sadbuttrue

Arlington, VA

#13 Aug 4, 2013
brownskin_beauty--MACEO wrote:
<quoted text>
I think it's beautiful because it's the way God made us, our hair is very unique, defy's gravity and in my opinion compliments our feature. I appreciate the beauty of all races and hair types, but because Afros seem taboo in the professional world and even publicly, I am excited more women are not being mind control into believing god made a mistake when he made them.
MACEO

I think its good but what I so see from you as well as many of "No Good Black Men" like you is you HATE Black women!

We are pushing Black women to go natural, Date/marry outside the race and stop lowering yourself to Lazy Black males who refuse to do anything about the Black community!

Your goal has always been to help White women and White males only as you "BrownNose" Kissing Arse all while you put Black women down for handling issues on the Black community without black men's help!

I told the White guy I'm dating how self destructive Black men are and how foul you act! Living off women, raping on underage girls, preying on women financially!

Very sad

There's too many Jeff's out there always telling habitual lies..........I"m sick!!!!!!!!!!LMAO

“Take the kinks out ya mind”

Level 4

Since: Jul 13

and not your hair

#14 Aug 4, 2013
SBT, why must I remind you constantly that I'm a black woman.
playa hata

Glendale, AZ

#15 Aug 4, 2013
Is beautiful. My wife is colombiana. Had very nice hair but damaged it due to processing it. She likes the natural look. All her friends mostly have it. Her older sises started doing Iit now they all need weaves. Only female left with natural is her mom. Hair is still very nice. But they have done much damage to they hair and skin. My wife is to scared to cut hers off. Cause it is damaged at the roots. Bw have such nice hair. I wish they all could see it. Beyonce mary j n menage rihinna and others dont help that agenda. Its a hard battle.
Sadbuttrue

Arlington, VA

#16 Aug 4, 2013
brownskin_beauty wrote:
SBT, why must I remind you constantly that I'm a black woman.
MACEO

You do act effeminate, you whine a lot and get very emotional now that Black women are dating/marrying White males!

Sorry but you brought that upon yourself!

Its our turn now!
Sadbuttrue

Arlington, VA

#17 Aug 4, 2013
brownskin_beauty wrote:
SBT, why must I remind you constantly that I'm a black woman.
MACEO

Instead of whining like an Effeminate, Impotent ineffective Black male why not "Give Back"? Go mentor Black boys and turn the Black community around!

Why won't Black men do anything? When it comes to destroying your women, calling them bytches, hoes, Happy Headed Hoes, Sluts, Sheboons and how Black women are not wanted; you all got together and rally about "don't support these ugly weave wearing Bytches"!

You can RALLY FOR ACCESS TO WHITE WOMEN BUT YOU CAN'T RALLY TO SAVE YOUR OWN COMMUNITIES?

ARE YOU A FOOL MACEO?

“Take the kinks out ya mind”

Level 4

Since: Jul 13

and not your hair

#18 Aug 4, 2013
Yes, I agree the media doesn't help promote natural hair, but there are many natural celebrities including Gabrielle Union, Nikki Minaj, Kerry Washington, Kelly Rowland, Solange Knowles, Viola Davis, Oprah, Angela Simmons, Keysha cole, Brandy, and more. They just don't publicly embrace it, but these women have posted their natural hair pictures on instagram and twitter and some even in movies like Kerry.

“Take the kinks out ya mind”

Level 4

Since: Jul 13

and not your hair

#19 Aug 4, 2013
http://hellobeautiful.com/2631799/celebs-real...
Though their hair are straight all these celebs except Tyra are natural.
Sadbuttrue

Arlington, VA

#20 Aug 4, 2013
brownskin_beauty wrote:
Yes, I agree the media doesn't help promote natural hair, but there are many natural celebrities including Gabrielle Union, Nikki Minaj, Kerry Washington, Kelly Rowland, Solange Knowles, Viola Davis, Oprah, Angela Simmons, Keysha cole, Brandy, and more. They just don't publicly embrace it, but these women have posted their natural hair pictures on instagram and twitter and some even in movies like Kerry.
MACEO

What did your mother wear "Big Wigs"?

I can see your Mother as a Big Fat Black woman that attended church and all the Black men that disrespected her including her son1 lmao

Very sad!

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