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Thursday, November 18, 2010

Are we (women) really rewriting the rules on hair?

Good day! 

NY Times Article:
Black women rewriting the rules on hairstyles - NY TIMES

A friend of mine shared this NY Times article with me last week.  However, with my busy schedule, I'm just finding time to read it and I can say I appreciate the article.  I want to hear what you think? 

Some great quotes that I picked up from the article include:

"You can look great without having hair down to your [rear end], and you really get to see another side of beauty."

"Stephen says that it's ultimately about wearing any style that makes you happy. 'People used to wear their hair a certain way because they had to. Now they wear their hair a certain way because they want to. I'm really all about what's fun…. My hair could be short this week and long the next.'"

"Once you're happy on the inside, it shows on the outside as well." 

I would LOVE to hear your comments.  

~Remember, Happy Hair starts with you, not your hairstyle! 

1 comment:

  1. I can't say that I agree with his comment about people wearing their hair the way they want to these days because I know so many women who still wear their hair relaxed because they're afraid of what natural means about them so I think that until we redefine what we think about the way God made us, we haven't redefined the rules.