Introduction to Beautifully mane

Why is Natural Hair so controversial in the black community? Why decide to transition? What is “Beautifully mane?”

Check out my introduction video on YouTube!

Always remember: You are Fearfully, Wonderfully and “Beautifully mane.”

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@Lizzy499 Explains her Struggles & Triumphs on her Transition into Natural Hair

@Lizzy499 Explains her Struggles & Triumphs on her Transition into Natural Hair

Check out my recent feature on trialsntresses.com, elaborating on my recent Natural Hair journey thus far! Remember to share your thoughts and comments below.

Always remember: You are Fearfully, Wonderfully and “Beautifully mane.”

I Am Not My Hair . . . Am I?

Skinny Girl in a Curvy World

Long hair don’t care . . . until someone assumes it’s not yours.

Natural Hair

This week sometime, I was talking to a male friend of mine who is from and lives in Korea. We had our general conversation: the typical “Hey, how are you? How’s work going?,” and as usual, talk about our cultural differences. Somewhere in between banal and “respect of customs” talk, he gave me a compliment about my curly, wavy hair. It went something like this:

Him: Where did you get that hair? Looks nice!
Me: That’s
my hair! All of it! *laughs*
Him: Oh, really?
Me: Yessss. O_O
Him: I don’t know if it’s true or not.
Me: O_O Then I will show you someday.
Him: But I heard black people can’t have long hair.
Me: That’s not true.
Him: And I saw some Beyonce’s pic.
Me: O_-
Him: She doesn’t have hair but fake hair, haha.

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