08-08-2012, 01:41 AM
Join Date: Jul 2011
I absolutely agree.
I had really curly hair as a child and my mom grew it long until I was in sixth grade because it was more manageable that way- and of course it looked almost straight/wavy because she always braided it. So at the start of jr. highschool my older cousin got my hair cut because she convinced me that long curly hair was just ick. So she took me to the salon and ever since seventh grade I had been straightening my hair to look just like every other look alike alien in school (all the "popular" girls had stick straight hair, and it seemed like all the guys digged too). Then in ninth grade we had swimming in p.e. and I was like aaaaaahh!!! what will I do? So that day I stepped into the pool with my straight hair avoiding the water like a cat, and after I washed it I put in some mousse and everybody was like did you get a perm just for swimming?? Ummm no, this is my natural hair, but I usually straighten it. :O
Your crazy I would die to have hair like that. After that day a revolution had begun, I was destined to join naturallly curly and now after two years I am back on this site. a site that taught me to love my hair and well, me
Sometimes I get carried away and manipulate him too much. He tells me he's fine on his own but I never listen. I wash him less now and all in all we're happy.
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