Posted by urbanbushbabes
i love this! everyone is beautiful in their own skin!
+1 we are. were all unique and everyone has their own style. you rock your hair your way!! we all can’t always look the same. lol duhh!!
It’s unbelievable that someone had the nerve to say who should and shouldn’t wear a TWA. As long as you are confident and love what you see in the mirror, who cares.
can we just pause to say how BEAUTIFUL she is?!?! i wanna get weird for a minute and say that if i could take her face and wear it i would. ._. as much as i love obnoxiously big hair, i almost want to see her fully bald too. also, yes–i never let the haters say anything about my twa when i had one. i knew i was fly and i hope all women contemplating it know that that they are/will be as well. ^_^
i just want so much for us to get past these mindless, mean spirited comments, but it’s obvious we still have a long way to go. the silver lining is that we’re getting to a point that the voices of the haters are being drowned out by the rise in the confidence and self-esteem of all of us that just want to be comfortable in our own skin & hair. i look at destiny’s gorgeous face and have to believe that there’s hope for us all!
She looks good even without any hair! Beautiful face. :)
I went natural for the same reasons, I want to feel comfortable in my own skin.
This definitely gave me the courage to cut my hair! I’ve been transiting for almost 12 months and I am ready to embrace it! I always thought I wouldn’t look right or my head might be too big. But It isn’t about what society thinks of me, it’s about what I think of myself.
wow..so beautifully said. I had the same fears when I first went natural and still do.. so I wear braids for the most part. The funny thing is when I first did my big chop I actually loved the look and felt so deeply beautiful for the first time but because I was worried about how others would perceive me I hid it till it grew out :(..wish i had seen this then. She’s definatley an inspiration!!
love it!! beautifully said. I to was hindered when I first went natural. I transitioned for about two years and when the last part of relaxed hair fell i was terrified i tried mini twist with mixed chicks two years ago and when the set shrink so high all the insecurities that made me as a child want a relaxer came back. I put on a lace front wig and switched between that one and another one for almost a year. Unfortunately that stupid move caused horrible hairline breakage like i mean bald edges and in the front extreme breakage! I made my hair a victim for just being it self and i knew i had to stop wearing wigs before they ripped out the rest of my hair. It was traction alopecia from the combs within the wig smh. I now rock my natural hair in all its beauty and it sickens me to know even though i was natural my mind was still relaxed. I also now use jbco (jamaican black castor oil) for my breakage i use the extra dark since it has the most ash content which makes the black castor oil effective.Also as a people we have to stop judging ourselves we get judged by everyone else,and embrace everyone who embraces there natural hair its not just for black people. Sorry for the essay guys lol I just felt strongly about this because till today i am dealing with that breakage thank god its growing in and a silk head band can cover it now.=)
Wow, I am speechless, since when do we define beauty as whether how big or small your hair is, the creator made us all beautiful no matter how you where your hair it really does not matter at the end of the day rather your crown glows as smooth skin or your hair is full of density. What matters as I told this to many before is what is on the inside, I am so tired of people commenting to me oh, your hair is soft, you have that type of hair, I told them you want to know a secret everyone has that type of hair. I think you are beautiful because we are all beautiful and I admire you that allowed other sisters to listen to a different pathway, thank you for sharing and many blessings in your life peace
Krystal J Kemp
She is gorgeous. I wish I looked that awesome in a twa!
Thank you for this video! I really needed that. I’m currently dealing with learning out to manage my TWA although it is growing. And I love Urban Bush Babes for all the great info on how to take care of your hair and skin!