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November 06, 2010

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Kpollard06

I couldn't agree more. As black women, our natural curls are what make us different and beautiful. Though I press mine quite regularly, I reserve the option to wash it and go.

When we accept and love ourselves for who we are, others will do the same. More and more women of color are realizing that their hair is a gift, not a curse. The natural hair revolution has taken over!

I mean, who knows? The next trend could be for Caucasian women to get texturizers. I could definitely see that happening.

Lala

I dunno, I remember one episode where she said that curly hair looks good only when it's not damage.

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