I would do braid for a while. While you are in braids, rethink what you consider to be “manageable”. VERY FEW people on this planet have wash-n-go hair.
Remeber, it’s not as hard as you think. Think easy and just do it.
Keep it moisturized!
No ma’am. I can speak Spanish.
I only co-wash my hair. My hair is 4C and can easily dry out.
I saw this video and fell in love. I contacted the artist ( https://www.facebook.com/tyrant.negatoupri?fref=ts )
He sent me this…
"It’s a tribute to all these women who respect their nature, who know where they from and claim [their] origins
This video, come from the Antilles, more exactly from Guadeloupe, where some black women also fight to protect their natural and glittered without chemical and other subtleties.
The language used is the “Creole” who takes his origins of the slavery who rages on this old French colony.
I subtitled the words on its links, it’s just to choose “Anglais, English” click on “CC”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxz8GzpT5WA&feature=c4-overview-vl&list=PL9C384B4EA83EDE39
Let us sing to you proud women:
Fout sa bèl : How nice it is
Foute ou bèl : how nice u are
O natirèl : Artless beauty
By Tyran’t ( https://www.facebook.com/tyrant.negatoupri?fref=ts)
Dear Ms. McDaniel,
I’m not sure if you’ve had an opportunity to view this unfortunate video:
Thank for showing positive and uplifting images on your Facebook page. I wish people who believe as Underwood does would get on the positive self-esteem boat.
I’m not one to watch talk shows. This is one show I know not to watch.
I welcome your opinions.
Proudly wearing natural hair for 41 years.
Who is Antoinette Tuff? This is what they will soon be saying. Ms. Turf is a bookkeeper and a 8 year veteran of the Dekalb County school district. She is also the woman who single-handedly thwarted a would be mass murderer’s (Michael Brandon Hill) attempt to shoot up an Atlanta Elementary school. According to CNN Tuff talked suspect Michael Brandon Hill into surrendering after a brief standoff with police Tuesday afternoon.
This woman was thoughtful, kind, intelligible, and an all around well put together lady. This means her interview will not go viral. She won’t be the topic of the “beat down a black woman” crowd via blogs or YouTube videos. You will not see her like you see Antoine Dobson, the “ain’t no body got time for that” lady, or Charles Ramsey.
It is up to us to take control of our image. I say “our image” because in this society Blacks and Hispanics are often seen as one person… the person who does the most negative acts.
Let’s share, tweet, take to Tumblr, Istagram… Hell, even Myspace. Lets SHARE SHARE SHARE this woman as if she said, “Ain’t nobody got time for that”. We owe it to our daughters to celebrate images that they can be proud of.
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