date a woman with a natural hair.

5 Reasons You Should Date A Woman With Natural Hair

date a woman with a natural hair.

1. We are pretty much easy to buy gifts for. Have you ever seen a chick with natural hair turn down some butter, oils, hair products, or any other styling tools? NO AND YOUR NOT GONNA SEE IT. We go BANANAS over new hair products so you don’t have to over think anything. Most of us LOVE earrings to accessorize with our hair so that’s pretty easy too.

2. You can play in it and we won’t get mad! Unless of course we did a wash and go and the gel is still setting then you better not touch it because then your going to frizz up the style. That’s a fight buddy. But other than that, PLAY AWAY!

3. You know it’s all real. Basically what you see is what you get. Your not going to bust up in the house one day and catch us with ~snaps fingers~ that much hair and you just saw us with a 32 inch weave in our hair yesterday. I’m just saying.

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4. We are not your average african-american woman when it comes to hair and health. It has been my experience, even for me, that once you go natural, you start to consider other things in your life such as how your eating and exercising. Basically you start to reconsider all the other unhealthy stuff that you are doing your body and we go from ordinary to extraordinary 🙂

5. We exude confidence like no one else. Let me tell you something, do you have any IDEA how much courage and it takes to cut ALL your hair off as a woman? NO YOU DONT! We go in the mirror and shamelessly pick up the scissors, freeze for a moment after the first chop then say ” What the hell ever, its done now”. At that point we pick up some of our favorite pair of earrings and we rock that fade or TWA like its 40 inches of hair. BBBAABBYYYY HOW YOU DOING!

Look we basically dripping Swagu.

Any more reasons ladies?

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  1. I agree! I love for my hair to be played in. absolutely love it! and besides the fact that everyone else may think you’re rocking the newest flyest hairstyle and in all honesty you’re REALLY having a bad hair day! hahaha!! they dont know the difference and i aint telling them! That hair holds a mulitiude of issues we dont want to deal with. once the covering is removed we can get to some real issues, deal with them, begin to heal, and start the growth process…

  2. Great post! One definitely has to have confidence to not only rock natural hair, but go through the transition.

  3. sonya mcghee says:

    I totally agree…

  4. #1 is FACT! I have never been so excited abt hair products until I went natural. Now when I find a good product I lose it! Lol

  5. This post is on point. I would love it if my fiance got me a box of vitamin e oil, coconut oil, evoo, and jojoba oil for my birthday. LOL

  6. Young Lioness says:

    So true we get so excited when we get natural hair products or accessories. Like omg he got me the perfect Gye Nyame necklace to go with my bracelet. I’m so winning right now!!! HOWIMDOIN?!!!

  7. Yes. I can agree with #5. I have seen more confident naturalistas than any other type of women. We have to be. We are showing and being our true, authentic self.

  8. Kenyaspeaks says:

    And we always talk about our hair. We feel that so much is wrapped into our hair that we forget about having something INSIDE our head such as our brains. We focus on our natural hair and how that makes our self esteem so much better than people like Michelle Obama, Venus and Serena, and Condoleeza Rice who happen to have relaxers. Their titles and degrees can never amount to the value of a nappy head.
    Sistas, what would be REVOLUTIONARY is if women PROGRESSED to realizing that it’s not what’s on your head but what’s in your head that counts. Confidence comes from many aspects of a woman and a PhD, law degree, or being the first black women to win Wimbledon amount to more self confidence than what one does with their hair.
    And yes, I’m natural but really wish sistas had more to discuss!

    1. anonymous says:

      I honestly could not have agreed more with you. While I believe that there are some truths to this post, my general opinion of it is that it is silly to group women into a bundle as if they are all THE SAME just because they happen to share a certain type of characteristic. No two people are ever the same, one of my freinds is natural and trust me it ain’t easy buying a gift for that one, she is quite picky ….natural hair products? forget that she just keeps it simple with simple shea butter and olive oil.

      Further more, while i believe that the natural hair movement has allowed a vast majority of women to be more self confident about their natural hair and overall self esteem. The truth of the matter is that there are some women who choose to use it as just another weapon to victimise, himuliate and belittle other women who do not wear their hair natural hair.

      Also just because someone is natural does not automatically mean that they are confident. Some people are just following a ”trend” because they feel like they have to. I know one particular lady who is natural but keeps complaining about how much her texture is not good enough and how this girl, or that one over there has a better texture that her hair.

      I honestly believe that while we have made a slight progress, we still have much further to go. Hair discrimination among ourselves is a BIG factor that we have to start with. I believe that a woman should have the option to choose to wear her hair ANY sort of way, style that she wants to, whether it be natural , weaved up, texturized, relaxed, you name it.

      Because like you said , black women should find more interesting topics honestly. Surely there is more to us than just hair ? I am pretty sure that strong , intelligent and amazing women like Michelle Obama, Gabby Douglas, Oprah winfrey, Beyonce (YES I SAID IT!) , and Venus and Serena Williams do not let their UN-natural hair be a factor in their success.

      Come on black women we can do better than that!

  9. Lol, talk about it! Yea #3 doesn’t always apply to me because even though I’m natural a do rock extensions and wigs from time to time, but I’m totally with you on #4. I am so much healthier now then I ever have been before. Returning to natural has been a blessing.

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