Natural Hair Problems: LOL!

Friday, July 22, 2011

Allow me share with you, dear reader, the activity that occupied a large portion of my lethargic Friday afternoon...

CHECKING OUT ONE OF THE FUNNIEST NATURAL HAIR TUMBLR BLOGS. Ever.

Natural Hair Problems: We got 99 problems but new growth ain't one. Hit me!

I second, co-sign, fist bump and concur with damn near everything posted on this blog... My fellow naturals, for your viewing pleasure, a teaser of what you should expect to find on said blog. Ahem...


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It's kinda like that post we did way back on stuff that drives us crazy! These ladies are talking my language! I love it! Best part, you can submit your own unique natural hair problems and add on to the rants :)

Enjoy the weekend my dears!
Anonymous said...

Its cheaper than permed hair.....errrr noooo. Olives not grown in africa...olive oil nooottt so cheap (i react with coconut oil), essential oils....pricey, conditioners...with all the co-washing due to exercise, CHUNK in my pocket...mmmmmmhhhhhh

Erika said...

LOL! I laughed so hard at number 14 I spit on my computer! Okay, so in Dublin, I don't have that issue and trust I do not miss that one bit!

Kurly said...

@Anon, I remember when I first went totally natural I was constantly BROKE! Fast forward a couple of months... and I am still broke! I did however find a few of my staples in the cheap and I learned how stretch them for ages. But by the time Elasta QP is KES 860, gaddayam!

@Erika, In Kenya any girl with natural hair is considered a deep-soulful-poetry-slam-loving sistah who likes to burn incense and jam to Kindred the Family Soul on the weekends. Lol! It's ridiculous.

Anonymous said...

The worst is guys telling u that u'd look better with straight hair, i mean seriously??? why the assumption that straight hair is the way to go!
Another thing is going to the salon and the salonist asks u with a disgusted look like ''you mean your hair is natural?'' and touches it as if it's such an abomination!

Faith Muraya said...

i really do hate.....HATE...going to the salon...all the damn questions...but thank God i have a hair dresser who loves my hair and listen to me...
as kenyanz....or culture and identity iz lost....
ohh well...strive to be comfortable in ure own skin...

Anonymous said...

I started my natural hair journey in December last year. So far,so good. i have been told that i look like a human rights activist. Now that i like. its a BIG HAIR DONT CARE .....AT ALL.

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