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Curls That Never End

This is a really intriguing personal essay about the trials and tribulations of growing up with curly hair. It culminates with a funny pilgrimage to meet Ouidad.

Curls That Never End « VERY ETHNIC
She hinted of a secret world connected by curls. The Circassian beauties who travelled in PT Barnum medicine shows had something to do with the way the afro became synonymous with black power.

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  • curlyqueuecurlyqueue Posts: 1Registered Users
    Great article. That sounds just like me.

    I never realized this part:
    Because our hair is never quite complete we have the myth that it grows on after we ourselves are dead. It’s something that defies our own mortality.

    I also like what Fmasuhr said in another thread:
    I love it cause every day it's so different! sometimes it's nice and tame, but then the next day it'll be massive and wild!

    Curly hair is unpredictable...and immortal!!!

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