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No guts- No glory

I've been natural for years, but I would wear wigs and sew-ins. A lot of people didn't know that my hair was as long as my back bra strap. The end of 2012 I made the decision to wear my hair and my hair only in its natural state. I started doing Sisterlocks (check them out at ) in November 2012, so it was only right that I rock what I'm promoting. My hair is really curly and fine so they weren't as full as I liked them. After wearing locks for a couple of months, I threatened to cut my hair for about three weeks. One day I got bored with my hair and cut it off. Once I started cutting I couldn't stop! I went for the kill and found out I have a cute shaped head. Since having my natural hair exposed some people love it and some don't. I get the impression that a lot of black men are stuck in the mind-set that straight hair is only beautiful. Those type of men that can't accept you as God made you (with coils, kinks, and a few straight strands) can kick rocks with flip-flops. Men don't understand that it takes a special woman to wear her hair in its natural state. A lot of people like to judge what they don't have the guts to do.


I'm not only greatful, but proud of the decision I've made for my hair. I feel so free to wear my hair as I desire. If I want to add some extra hair I will, but not for a long period of time. Keeping my hair natural has allowed me to keep my scalp healthy.

XOXO Have guts to show the world how you're FANCY in your own way!