So many questions for years......and back then, natural afro hair was not the in-style. Not enough answers available, and I was lost on what to do with my curly fro. The beauticians were lost too. They would acknowledge I had pretty hair, but it was too soft and not thick enough to do anything with. It didn't fit in the box of the hair they were use to fixing (mainly permed back then). I even had a beautician refuse to style my hair because I didn't have a perm! DRAMA (LOL)!
So for the most part, I would just Press my hair and go. It would be in my late 30's that I started to learn a whole lot more about how to wear my natural curls as my style of choice. No more pressing your hair and worrying about sweating it out! Knowledge truly is power. I have yet to learn all there is to my hair, but I have come a looong way. I almost feel like I have my Masters degree in my hair of curls:) I hope to share what I've learned and I hope it can encourage someone else! Yes, we can rock our naturals and it is beautiful!!! So let's be determined to do our very best in every area of our lives. After all, God calls a women's hair, her crowning glory! What are your 2015 Healthy Hair Goals?