Ain’t nun better than growing into the person you’ve always wanted to become 💯
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Shining like a diamond I guess I been under pressure lately ✨
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✨ Embracing YOU! ✨
Whoever “you” are. Embrace it.
Natural hair is who I am. My mother was against putting relaxers in my hair. Throughout elementary and middle school I can remember being picked on for having cornrows and plaits. Durning those tender years I didn’t realize the beauty in what grew from my scalp. I hated my hair. My 8th grade year I vividly remember going into a salon and getting a relaxer. It seemed as if the weight of the world had been lifted. The only thing is that I wasn’t familiar with the upkeep of relaxed hair. 9th grade rolled around and my hair had begun to break off. I was no longer going to a salon to get my hair done BUT I stumbled across the infamous Box Relaxer. I was sure I could achieve the same result. Ha! Nah sis 😂. My hair was FRIED and scalp was burnttttt! Even after all of this I continue to damage my hair. A few months down the line I decided I’d had enough of the breakage so I cute my hair. The cut was bomb but yet I still had to put a relaxer in my hair to maintain it. Not only did I get a relaxer, I colored my hair. Whew CHAL. I must have wanted to be bald. Through 10th/11th grade I can recall relaxing my hair any. The last week of 11th grade I cut my hair completely off. 12th I grew it out. Even still it hadn’t click for me yet.
This cycle continued into my adult life.
Grow. Relax. Breakage. Chop. Repeat.
It wasn’t until today when I received over 30+
Plus compliments on my natural hair (no styling gel, no added bun, no edge control) that I felt beautiful and free with the CROWN I was given. NOW, don’t mistake what I’m saying. I’ve been embracing and loving on my natural hair for years but sometimes I’d get so frustrated to the point I was in tears bc it wasn’t health OR my twist out didn’t turn out right OR bc my edges were falling out. My hair had taken me on an extreme roller coasters ride.
What I’m learning is that it didn’t have to be with way. You hair gives out what you put in. I’m treating my hair better. I’m loving on my hair and return my hair is flourishing 🌻. I still enjoy my weave however, I see the value in nurturing my strains.
It’s not always easy BUT YOU’RE WORTH IT!