we preach, “I am not my hair.” But why do we spend so much money on hair? Think about it…that $60 every two weeks turns into thousands of dollars by the end of the year. we preach, “I am not my hair.” But why does those 28inches make us want to swing our hair and we feel flawless? we preach, “I am not my hair.” But why are we so afraid to cut all of our hair off?

Hair doesn’t define who we are… thank goodness I am not what my bad hair days look like.

But our hair is a statement to the world. Our hair is an introduction without us speaking. It may not be that deep to you but notice how others respond when you leave the house with a bonnet on or your hair as a “mess.”

I am natural and I take pride it in until I have to do my twist out at night. I came into this world as a curly headed gal, I no longer want to alter my curl form. I love a good press out. I love versatility. But no more press outs for me. I’m on a journey to install sister locks by the end of 2016. Lets hope I’m not tempted to press my hair.

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