If he ain’t looking at you like this, then what is he doing? Lol jk. My munchkin @_ministime_
Hey Curls 👋 , when drenching your hair in @carolsdaughter
CoCo Creme hair mask becomes a ritual. Have you tried any of the products from the @carolsdaughter
CoCo creme line? How’s you like it?
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Last years picture. This ponytail held me down
There’s just something about this season that makes me happy. Even though Fall is my favorite season, I can appreciate all that Summer brings. What’s your favorite season?
Used the @myafricanpride
Moisture Miracle Leave In and 5 Essential Oils for this “blow dry” look. Check previous post for Instagram video.
On the left is a 14 year old me. I just moved from Dc to Maryland into a new environment. I was excited to start school in a new location because they wouldn’t know how much I got teased at my old schools so I can start afresh. Little did I know I was walking into the same thing but worse. It’s started from literally the first day when (as usual) I had to correct the teacher on how to pronounce my name. Instantly everyone laughed and the teacher had to yell at them for laughing, this was not the attention that I wanted at all. As you can see my hair was breaking as well, my mom knew nothing about relaxers but refused to let me go to the salon. It was high school and I cared so much about my looks because I wanted to fit in but my mom could care less. I didn’t have the nice clothes, freshly done hair, money for makeup, and at that time I couldn’t wear jewelry because my mom didn’t let me (I didn’t even have my ears pierced). It was a very rough time in my life and high school was by far the worst 4 years of my life. .
On the right is 27 year old me. I still have some scars from back then but I am definitely grateful for those years. It taught me confidence, forgiveness, love and gave me strength. I have my own, I’m married to a loving husband, my natural hair is popping and my skin is glistening. I’m the happiest I’ve ever been and I owe it to my past. .
It does get better and what you once hated will be what you’re grateful for. The lessons that hard times teaches us is what makes us better people. In the storm it seems so hard but I promise you, it gets better.
My husband makes sure that a smile is plastered on my face at all times even when he isn’t around 😌.
“Making my way downtown
Walking fast, faces pass and I'm homebound” 🎼🎼🎤.