Why Black Girls Were Taught To Hate Their Hair? The Answer Will Surprise You.

For centuries, black girls in America have faced an uphill battle against societal norms and beauty standards that propagated the idea that their natural hair was undesirable. This bias was perpetuated through various means, leading many black girls to internalize a sense of shame and self-hatred towards their hair. As a result, a burgeoning industry of hair products and extensions specifically targeted towards black women

“Good Hair” Redefined

Let me share something with you, It’s not your fault your hair maybe in a terrible state right now.  For so long many of us were made to feel ashamed of our natural hair, like we have to cover it up in someway, shape or fashion. So of course the lack of caring for our natural hair set-in for way too many of us.  And unfortunately this same behavior towards our own hair type was passed down from generation to generation. To where it became a normal thing to have this hatred towards our hair texture.  Because of the fact that

DevaCurl is Not for All Curl Types

This is such a great premise when it came out not too long ago, embracing your natural hair curl pattern. The DevaCurl and their salons started to pop-up every where and more and more girls were posting photos and videos of their experience trying this new hair technique of rocking their natural curls. The more I seen the photos of all the beautiful curly haired girls, the more it sparked my interest. Being a newly natural, and had my “Big chop” over three years prior, DevaCurl really looked and sounded so intriguing. At first I had no idea if or when I might try the DevaCurl technique at one of the DevaChan salons near me. I have to admit it I was loving watching all the before and after photos of women get a DevaCut and seeing how their curls just popped and perfectly formed a great shape around their face. But I soon