Source We are never too old to learn and we can learn from everyone, including the young. I also think that one of the ways we stay young is to stay in touch with the young: their ideas, music, fashion. I’m not saying I shouldn’t grow old and grow old gracefully. But I’m still alive, […]
Source As people of African descent, one of the things that makes us different, and beautiful, is our hair. Our beautiful, nappy, kinky, curly, big, fluffy, frizzy, thick, fuzzy, cottony, luxurious, gravity-defying hair. So, I ask you, why would we ever want to change that? Self-love forever baby! It’s the way God made me and […]
Sometimes at night I lie in bed and plan my outfit for the next day. My black and white dress came with an orange belt that I never wear. I like the dress loose. I got the idea to try the belt as a headband. I thought “a head is probably half the size of […]
(The lovely ImShinestruck) Seeing so many other black women with natural hair is so affirming and inspiring. We are all supporting each other and changing the world!
Source I see a white woman with beautiful long straight hair. It is long, but thin and flat. I bet she wants more volume the way I want more length. My hair with all its curl and frizz and shrinkage doesn’t do long easily, but it sure does big! We can’t have everything. Be […]
Source I’m wearing one today and loving it. As I sit on the subway I see two other African-American women rocking natural hair. One has a twist out pulled back in ponytail. The other has her hair out big, full and puffy. Loving it!