Suggesting a woman just get a "style" that she likes? Hmmmmmmm. . . . spoken like a true man. LOL!  

 

Personally, I prefer to do what I want even if it means changing from one hairstyle to another.  These days I am truly digging & enjoy the "natural" look, however, this is subject to change

  I probably have had more hairstyles in my life time than the richest woman with her amount of shoes in her closet room.  Cuz I went from pressing, relaxing, braiding and all those in between but ultimately I LOVE my natural locs.  My significant other LEARNED to love it cuz he's a man man and wanted that fingers through the full head of hair crap and then had the nerve not to like weaves.  But I did it all to his dismay and since it is my head there was a period of hair adjustment from little to no hair on my head to hair down my back to popcorn cut and the twists and curly turns.....and after all those years of different looks....he now loves my natural look [maybe it's more of an appreciation than love].  But personally?  I think he just gave up and said one day when I asked if I should cut it or let it grow...he didn't care.  I knew then he finally trained[on the hair thang].   But nevertheless, I find the most beautiful black woman is one who is not only comfortable in her own skin[whether it's dark or light]  but also comfortable WEARING her own hair in the natural way it was MEANT to be worn.  But!  -

Originally Posted by Kocolicious:

  I probably have had more hairstyles in my life time than the richest woman with her amount of shoes in her closet room.  Cuz I went from pressing, relaxing, braiding and all those in between but ultimately I LOVE my natural locs.  My significant other LEARNED to love it cuz he's a man man and wanted that fingers through the full head of hair crap and then had the nerve not to like weaves.  But I did it all to his dismay and since it is my head there was a period of hair adjustment from little to no hair on my head to hair down my back to popcorn cut and the twists and curly turns.....and after all those years of different looks....he now loves my natural look [maybe it's more of an appreciation than love].  But personally?  I think he just gave up and said one day when I asked if I should cut it or let it grow...he didn't care.  I knew then he finally trained[on the hair thang].   But nevertheless, I find the most beautiful black woman is one who is not only comfortable in her own skin[whether it's dark or light]  but also comfortable WEARING her own hair in the natural way it was MEANT to be worn.  But!  -

 

 

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