Show 25 25 50 All. What if my head is weirdly shaped? More surprisingly, there is a distinct lack of hostility and commentary from other black people, whatever their hairstyle choice. And things are improving further: The answer is everywhere.
Sajae Elder, a producer and co-host of the Gyalcast podcast, told The Huffington Post Canada that she was "literally always at odds" with her hair texture before she was able to accept her tresses in their natural glory.
For Some Black Women, Learning To Embrace Their Natural Hair Can Cause Anxiety
Perhaps people like Toliver can learn a little discretion from their French counterparts. Topics Life and style Opinion. Show 25 25 50 All. What is there to say? In the black community, women with type four hair are often seen as less attractive than women with type 3A to 3C textures. While more and more black women are starting to embrace their natural hair these days, the journey to accepting one's innate texture isn't always easy.