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Madam Prezident: Why Do You Hate Me For Having a Perm?

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I’m so tired of the Natural Hair fiasco! Women who have decided to go natural don’t deserve a prize! There are a couple misconceptions to going natural that people don’t know about.

1)      Natural hair maintenance requires the same timely attention as permed hair.

Any woman who cares about her appearance spends time nurturing her look; No matter the look. A woman can sit in the chair of her barber, in the chair of her loctician, or the chair in her girls kitchen who gives the best quick-weave-it all takes time and money!

Read More via Madam Prezident: “Having Natural Hair Doesn’t Mean A Thing”.

James

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  1. I hate black women with artificial hair – looks greasy, smells, gritty and makes black women look stupid. In fact their hair is everywhere: on the bed, bathroom, kitchen and couches. Black women with their natural hair look beautiful, smart and white males fear and respect them.

  2. IT MAY BE THE SAME EFFORT,BUT AT LESS WE ARE KEEPING IT REAL ,NOT TRYING TO STRAIGHTEN
    AND BUY OTHER FAKE HAIR

  3. Well, don’t hate me because I’m brave enough to wear my natural hair

  4. I love natural hair and I love perm hair. My hair is currently permed but I have been stretching the time between my perms. My hair was straightened until I was 18. My hair is very thick and very coarse and because of my hair type I don’t want to be completely natural. I do use more natural hair care products, wear my hair in twist and braids – my hair is healthy. Black women – let’s not let the issue of hair divide us more. What works for one may not work for others.

    • I loved wearing my hair any way I want too!

  5. Each person has the right to wear their hair however they choose. Personally I love wearing my natural hair. For me personally, it has been easier with my natural hair. I love it. No, I do not have “good hair” whatever that means. My hair is naturally curly, woolly, not straight. I like to see all types of hair, straight, wavy, curly, spiral, pepper grain, etc. It’s what you make of it. When my hair was relaxed, I liked it very much also. Now, I am happy to wear it natural. I’ve tried many styles and love the way it looks. In fact, I’ve gotten more complements from all races with my natural hair. If you are happy with your hair as it is now. Thank God and do your best to look simply beautiful. 🙂

  6. TELL IT LIKE IT IS PORCELAIN !!!! LOL

  7. Everybody with natural hair does not try to force their views on women who wear perms, I wear my hair natural because I like it and contrary to what you may think, it really doesn’t require that much maintenance. If you like perms, wear them. That is no sweat off of my back. Do what makes you happy because I’m sure going to do what makes me happy. Besides it’s your hair not mine. Do what you want to your hair.

  8. I’ve worn my natural hair for over a year. I didn’t do it to prove a point. I did it because years of hair care ignorance resulted in damaged, uneven hair. I decided to stop the relaxers and the heat.

    I like my hair. But if I’m honest I prefer my hair straightened. It’s like natural hair is my second color and straight hair is my fave color. Now matter what I’m not going prefer my second fave color over my first, if that’s a good analogy.

    Also, I hate when some naturals say natural hair takes less time than relaxed as if their personal experience must sync with everyone else’s. If I say it’s more time-consuming (and for me, it is) then it’s godd*mn time-consuming. You don’t know my hair or my lifestyle to make that judgment.

    If you feel more attractive with straight hair then wear straight hair. It’s your hair and your life. Contrary to what militant naturals believe, not everyone is “self-loathing” for not prefering hair natural. It’s just as limiting and inflexible to say natural hair is better than relaxed hair as it to say relaxed hair is better than natural hair.

    Natural or relaxed or whatever – just make sure it’s clean and presentable.

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