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Love and Hip Hop Star Yandy Smith Shows Off Her Fro on Instagram

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We missed this when it happened back in September, but the fro is so impressive that we had to share. Love and Hip Hop New York star Yandy Smith showed off her natural hair on Instagram with the caption:

Took my weave out and look… sheeeeesh. www.yandysmith.com for details on taming the beast. Best products coming next…#myrealhair #toomuchwork #whowantstodomyhair? #notme

Her hair is beautiful and we wonder, again, of why so many celebrities remain undercover naturals instead of showcasing their gorgeous texture.

Ladies, what are your thoughts?

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AlphaCentauri
AlphaCentauri
6 years ago

the reason she doesnt rock her natural hair is because she likes 40 inches of bone straight Indonesian hair on her head instead…

Teetee
Teetee
6 years ago
Reply to  AlphaCentauri

Right lol she has enough money to pay for weave and installs but not enough to pay a natural hair stylist to help her out? Not buying that story ma’am

Tyki
Tyki
6 years ago
Reply to  AlphaCentauri

lmfao get em’!!!

Poster Girl
Poster Girl
6 years ago
Reply to  AlphaCentauri

Listen I’m not going to judge someone harshly on their hair choices. Lets not forget that a large percentage of natural hair ladies (meaning women who don’t have relaxers, weave or not) became that way after giving their damaged hair a break with weaves. Women like it for many reasons, but I believe one of the biggest is convenience because so many black women do not know how to take care of their hair without it breaking, because its hard to do with a relaxer. I know many women who wore weaves to grow their hair for the first time… Read more »

Tracy
Tracy
6 years ago
Reply to  Poster Girl

I think the majority of naturals who were once relaxed quickly forget how long it took them to transition to be natural AND how long it took them to be able to do their own natural hair with EASE.… It’s a process.

I’m not here to judge but, I’m just saying.….

Miss T
Miss T
6 years ago

I cant stand when women say natural hair is “too much” work or “I dont have the patience for my hair”. But yet so many women dont think its too much work to run in behind sorry men that dont want them, or its not too much work to engage in other negative activities. They can do everything else but their hair is a problem? Really, these women have more patience than they think they do, shoot, we all do, if we can have babies,work, take care of families and do everything else on the side we can do our… Read more »

yanie
yanie
6 years ago
Reply to  Miss T

Baby YOU KNOW YOU AIN’T LYING!!!!!

AnonSince87
AnonSince87
6 years ago
Reply to  Miss T

Agree! I believe people assume it’s hard because for decades we’ve been dealing with relaxed hair and ‘taking care’ of someone else’s hair on our head — this, unfortunately, is what comes “natural” to us. Anything outside of that is going to seem alien and ‘too much effort.’ Of course having a wig is “easier” — you take it off at night and simply replace it when it starts to resemble a birds nest. *rolls eyes* Now for celebrities, I understand to an extent. Their job would likely involve too much manipulation on their natural hair. HOWEVER, never wearing it… Read more »

Audra
Audra
6 years ago
Reply to  Miss T

She looks so much better!!!

INJESUSNAME
INJESUSNAME
6 years ago
Reply to  Miss T

well said

sherrybaby
sherrybaby
6 years ago
Reply to  Miss T

*Chuuuurch

Tracy
Tracy
6 years ago
Reply to  Miss T

Some of our hair can be a chore especially if you’re not used to wearing it out. I’ve been natural for 4 years and I’m not a protective style wearing lady because I don’t think they look great on me. But, I find the busier with working full-time and school I am the more “work” my hair seems to take/need from me. So instead of neglecting my natural hair I will add a weave to give me more time to devote to my studies. And now that I am expecting my first child I’m constantly tired and I don’t have… Read more »

Stace
Stace
6 years ago
Reply to  Tracy

I wen through something like this when it was taking me 3 to 4 hrs a week to wash, condition, treat, dry, and style my hair.…I really wanted to shave my head I was so frustrated and annoyed…I don’t wear wigs or weaves, and I“m allergic to braid hair, and the constant bunning was starting to damage the hair around the perimeters of my head. I eventually had to go to a salon. I needed a break. I went twice in 2 weeks, got a treatment, and a trim, and now Im back to feeling like I could handle my… Read more »

folamix
folamix
6 years ago
Reply to  Tracy

It might be the styles you want to wear require more work, but natural hair does not require more work. I don’t wear protective styles and have been natural for about three years and I don’t think I spend anymore time than I did when I relaxed, other than wash day. But is because of the routine I choose to follow.

Tracy
Tracy
6 years ago
Reply to  folamix

I don’t wear intricate styles.… That’s the last thing I would ever do. It’s that my hair needs to moisturized daily and when it get dried out it tangles like no ones business and I must take extra time and care to deal with that. My hair is very very very dense, I have tons of strands that I need need to care for.

Tabatha
Tabatha
6 years ago
Reply to  Miss T

I think its too much for them because in all truthfulness I don’t think they know how. You know with the texture and curls and/or kinks, so instead of taking the time to reintroduce themselves to their hair, they do a quick fix. I’ll admit When you are newly natural I know for me because I transitioned I didn’t big chop, it was time consuming cause I had to get the use to the 2 textures and get them to play nice with one another. I usually played with my hair on the weekend cause I had more time to… Read more »

Pseudonym
Pseudonym
6 years ago
Reply to  Miss T

Ooooooooo!!!! You went there?!! That was good, girl. That was GOOOOOOOOOOOD!

[dies of laughter]

Liz G
Liz G
6 years ago

I think most celebrities (i.e Models/Actresses) don’t wear their natural hair b/c of ongoing work changes. Every event, show, gig may require a different look. They would much rather have a wig take that excessive heat, color, cut, etc than their natural hair.

Deb
Deb
6 years ago
Reply to  Liz G

except you NEVER see them wear it out. it’s probably a mix of convenience and strong preference (especially when everyone else around you has straight hair or some type of weave).

Tabatha
Tabatha
6 years ago
Reply to  Deb

Tyra has worn her hair out a few times, but you know its never news worthy.

Tanya
Tanya
6 years ago

She didn’t say it was her natural hair, she said it was her real hair.

Would look great with a twist out either way.…so over these sneak peeks into hair celebs feel needs to be hidden though.

Tasneem
Tasneem
6 years ago
Reply to  Tanya

Thank you! Like come on. We want to see their real hair more often

Tabatha
Tabatha
6 years ago
Reply to  Tasneem

I personally don’t care what their real hair is once I’ve seen it I’m like, “Oh its hair”. Its like Kim’s Hair from Real Housewives of Atlanta. She is white, but everyone was obsessed over her real hair. Then you see it and you are like “Oh, that’s it”?! Seeing a celebs real hair for me isn’t a NEED to see.

Tasneem
Tasneem
6 years ago
Reply to  Tabatha

Oh okay. Well personally I enjoy seeing more diversity in Hollywood. I feel like we see enough straight hair. Nothing is wrong with straight hair but I want to see something different. I want teenage black girls not to feel like they have to be ashamed of the texture of their hair. Representation makes a huge a difference imo

Liz G
Liz G
6 years ago
Reply to  Tasneem

And that’s where “we” come in. Every day we are rocking our natural hair, we are motivating girls around us and telling them that its ok. That natural hair is beautiful. It’s diverse. And yes, we could wear it in public with our heads held high.

If we keep on waiting for celebrities to do the same, we are all going to be waiting for a llooonnggg time.

Shoot, I’m sure most of these celebrities are envious of us ladies who can walk around freely with our natural hair with pride.

Tasneem
Tasneem
6 years ago

Weave is cool but what is the point in growing all that hair and never (well hardly ever) letting anyone see it? I mean I can understand using weaves for protective styling but to me it seems silly to do so when your hair is covered up for more than 9 months out of the year.
And maybe it’s just me but combing and styling natural hair really isn’t that difficult. So why people keep saying that they wear a weave because they don’t wanna do anything to it?

Tabatha
Tabatha
6 years ago
Reply to  Tasneem

Well seriously feel that its cause they don’t know or want to take the time to be gentle with our hair. I remember when I was little my dad would comb my hair and he would rack that comb through my hair. The rule of combing tip to root never hit his eardrum. He would put that 70’s style metal comb to the roots and rack it on back. Literally by covering it their hands aren’t in their hair possibly breaking their hair off and what not because they don’t know how to be gentle. Maybe they feel that they… Read more »

WhyMe?
WhyMe?
6 years ago

I’m over this, boring…

lablooplah
lablooplah
6 years ago

back when i was natural, but i wore weaves all the time (basically ever since i was 13)i found taking care of a weave to be expensive and annoying. I mean after a week it looked like a hot mess but because it costs 200 dollars, to buy and install, it had to stay on my head for atleast 3 months, looking a mess. Back then i also thought that my natural hair was hard to take care of. But now that i’ve been rocking my natural hair, consciously, for about a year, i find it to be a NBD.… Read more »

Tabatha
Tabatha
6 years ago
Reply to  lablooplah

I got a weave my Junior year of Highs School. I just wanted to try a different look. I absolutely HATED IT! I had it in for 1 month and I took it out. I felt bad because my grandmother paid for it, but all I need was that one experience to se me straight that I did not want to wear a weave again.

Love JAH
Love JAH
6 years ago

Natural hair is hard to make look as good as you want…it does take a lot of effort and dedication to wear it beautifully. For these reasons I’m locking my hair…the less fuss the better..pineapples don’t work and it’s not ideal to twist every night, these things must be done in order for me to look like something to be attracted to…wrapping relaxed hair took 2 minutes, twisting takes 20… I’ll look for other natural options! I completely understand why some choose to tame with weaves and wigs…

folamix
folamix
6 years ago
Reply to  Love JAH

Well I grew up in the era where women used to put rollers in their hair and slept on them, so taking 15–20 minutes is no big deal to me. I guess if you are used to wrapping your hair in 2 minutes, it does seem like a chore. Actually I usually do it while watching TV.

Tabatha
Tabatha
6 years ago

Because she can. She said it herself. Too much work. I think that she should cut it and be done with it, she won’t have to do too much to it, but she is also someone that wants long hair, but she doesn’t want to do the work to wear it out. It is lovely hair though. For me weaves were expensive and I found myself taking more care of the weave then just my regular hair, so I haven’t had one since. I like braids and twist better. I’ve never really been a wig person, but I wouldn’t rule… Read more »

ManeOrigins
6 years ago

I think if you can stand to get your hair braided in small tiny sometimes painful braids and then deal with someone sewing a tight weave for about 2–3 hours to then endure about 3–5 days of a sore head.….You can the time to get a good natural hair stylist…NO? But I guess its whatever she prefers but to me saying natural hair is too much work and not a weave is somewhat odd. Weaves are very high maintenance. I am sure she doesn’t just wake up and brush or comb her weave and then be on her way???

Tabatha
Tabatha
6 years ago
Reply to  ManeOrigins

I agree. You have to treat your weave like it is royalty. I don’t have time for that.

folamix
folamix
6 years ago
Reply to  Tabatha

I don’t wear wigs or weaves but when I read the kind of maintenance involved with upkeep, I say no thank you, I never will. I’d rather spend the time dealing with my natural hair, not someone else’s.

Leslie
Leslie
6 years ago
Reply to  ManeOrigins

Thats actually true. Some people don’t take care of their weave and that’s why they get them but those who actually take care of them plus the hair underneath realize weaves aren’t easy. Especially at super long lengths.

Courtney
6 years ago

If it’s too much work, cut it off or get it done professionally. #toomuchwork is SO old, especially when the audience you’re trying to appeal to is natural, working, going to school, caring for kids, etc.. all the things she does too. Time to find a new reason she’s keeping her hair under 10lbs of weave.

Tabatha
Tabatha
6 years ago
Reply to  Courtney

Well seeing how she is doing the same things as everyone else, she thinks saying its too much work is acceptable. After all its her time and her head. I agree maybe she should cut her hair. Maybe she’ll consider it.

SHE
SHE
6 years ago

LOL its possible her hair could be relaxed tho, i used to do fros with my relaxed hair b4 i went natural, we wont really know if he havn’t touched or actually seen the hair b4.on a lighter note i love how big the hair issss FIERCE

folamix
folamix
6 years ago
Reply to  SHE

I saw a younger picture of Yandy and her hair is fierce!!

FeFe
6 years ago

Celebrities are undercover naturals because their aren’t enough stylist who specialize in natural hair. Most black women are JUST now starting to actually figure out how to take care of it. We’ve all been lost since birth, our mother’s and their mother’s had no clue what to do. Things will change years from now, when black women aren’t ashamed, but rather proud of the uniqueness in what God gave them. I’m sure all of us were once told our hair was unmanageable, nappy, etc. We’re all on a journey, as women. SO the time will come when our hair becomes… Read more »

Liz G
Liz G
6 years ago
Reply to  FeFe

Exactly! They probably have no idea who the next person is that is going to do their hair or how knowledgeable the stylist is on black hair. They are better off playing it safe!

Anidelle
Anidelle
6 years ago
Reply to  FeFe

Well Yandy lives in New York, no? There are many natural stylists in New York she could go to.

Liz G
Liz G
6 years ago
Reply to  Anidelle

Maybe you should give her a list…

Jesse
Jesse
6 years ago
Reply to  FeFe

Fefe I get what you’re saying about stylists. I have heard A LOT of horror stories at the salon. However, if this woman has the status and money, I don’t see why she can’t find a stylist who is talented. A person doesn’t have to be black or specialize in natural hair to know how to work thick, curly hair. I once thought I’d only go to a black salon too. In November I got my hair cut by a man who is a hair wizard. He is white. He is simply an extremely talented hair stylist. I’m a broke… Read more »

Tracy
Tracy
6 years ago
Reply to  Jesse

That’s true but, you must have experience to deal with thick Kinky hair which is different then having curly hair…

Jesse
Jesse
6 years ago
Reply to  Tracy

I think you are mistaking the fact that kinky hair is actually curly, but the curls are very small. I have what naturals call 4c hair. I know that any well trained and unprejudiced stylist will know how to work anything from straight hair to an afro.

Tracy
Tracy
6 years ago
Reply to  Jesse

Are you willing to take the risk with any stylist? I wouldn’t be willing to… Also not all kinky hair is curly. I have the tiniest of corkscrews and I also have hair that’s like a cotton ball no curl pattern… there are differences and not everyone’s head is the same.

Steph
Steph
6 years ago

If she only knew how much freedom comes with Natural hair!

Leslie
Leslie
6 years ago

Why doesn’t she cut it off? If its so hard for her to manage why deal with it if you wear weave 24/7? I don’t understand…

Dotty
Dotty
6 years ago

I’m not sure why this site always chooses to showcase celebrity women who either view their natural hair as a freakish novelty or really dislike it. Look at those hash tags, I doubt she wants to be featured on a site like this.

xyzebra
xyzebra
6 years ago

Keep it under wraps! I’d rather NOT see natural hair associated with the ratchet behavior on those shows.

Maria V.
6 years ago

Am I the only person that doesn’t think there’s anything wrong with her wearing weave? I wear straight wigs 75% of the time, not because I’m embarrassed by my natural hair but because I’d like to keep my hair protected.

I get so tired of this “Holier than thou” attitude where people feel like they’re MORE natural because they wear their fros out. Just because I don’t shout it from the mountaintops doesn’t mean that I’m ashamed of my natural hair!!!!

JEEEEEEZE!!!!

JENNID
JENNID
6 years ago
Reply to  Maria V.

You don’t see nothing wrong with it cause you yourself wear weaves a lot as well. What is so wrong with telling a woman her natural hair looks better than a weave? Why has it become so socially acceptable to wear faux hair so often in the black community? Wearing a wig or weave doesn’t make you less natural but it does make one go hmm to see so many of us not just here in the U.S but in Africa and abroad hide their away to ” protect” it. It is WEIRD. Yes other races wear them too from… Read more »

J
J
6 years ago
Reply to  Maria V.

I agree! I don’t understand why it’s important to wear your hair a certain way to make someone else feel better. I wear hair extensions just as much as I do my natural hair, but I wear it for myself not other people. Natural hair does take more time for me personally and I’ve been natural all of my life so I know the ins and outs of my hair. Only I do my natural hair and my hair extensions, as I love my hair so much that I don’t want anyone to touch it lol. I really don’t like… Read more »

Tracy
Tracy
6 years ago
Reply to  Maria V.

I agree I say do you! I’m about 50/50 with the natural to weave ration.… Which is what I love because sometimes I want my hair to be straight and I’m not going to damage my real hair so I get a weave. Sometimes I want to rock longer hair so I get a weave. Sometimes I want big hair so I wear my hair… Options are great!

FeFe
6 years ago
Reply to  Maria V.

SEVERAL Times in my journey I’ve worn wigs a lot as well, probably about 40% of the time. I have two of them to be exact. So I get what you’re saying about wanting to protect your hair. But I have to also add, that the more I started wearing my OWN hair out the more I started to feel true to myself. I wanted people to meet me with my own hair, my co workers, my friends, to see who I really am exactly the way God put me on this earth. I’ve gotten to the point where I… Read more »

Liz G
Liz G
6 years ago

I would LOVE if Chris Rock did a “Good Hair: Part 2”. It would be interesting to hear from the horses mouth [no pun intended] why no only celebrities, but other people chose to wear weaves, wigs, extensions, etc instead of their natural hair, especially since there is soooo much more information out there on natural hair.

nck
nck
6 years ago

Look out! we have entered the year of the HIDDEN FRO — more celeb selfies will inundate us as their afros evolve

just another girl
just another girl
6 years ago

.…*looks at article, that wasnt even an article, for the comments* wellll, if anyone out there cares for a simpleton’s opinion, this is really unnecessary.. whether they wear weaves for the style, grow their hair, or just too lazy/ doesnt have time to manage their own hair reaallly isnt our problem..well its not mine…i mean, if you want to take a lesson from this, take it for yourself, like, “oh so she hid her hair from the elements”, thats good or, “hm, i wonder what products she uses on her hair” since she mentioned that in the hashtag, but… its… Read more »

Nita
Nita
6 years ago

I agree… Whatever she is doing it is working..

10pcwithsweettea
10pcwithsweettea
6 years ago

Oh my lawd. Being natural my whole life, growing up in front of a computer, and being broke and in college, i visit hair care sites frequently because doing/maintaining my hair is a big part of my ownlife… but really? Im not going to say “who cares?” but really – “is it that deep?” . It seems as though there is always something to complain or nit pick about. Its just really disheartening to me. Can i live? 1st. “They don’t wear their hair out, only to post on Instagram, if she really wants to prove something I want to see… Read more »

Tya
Tya
6 years ago

Wow! Some people get really ridiculous with their commenting. It’s ok for everyone to have and state their opinions. It’s a free world baby! So my only issue with the celebrities rocking their naturals is that they only do it on social media. It’s a trend. We don’t know if they really take care of their hair. AND if they wore it out, I’m certain the results would be different. Most people will have ahead full of hair if they keep it in (well maintained) weaves all the time. That doesn’t mean it would thrive just as much without the constant… Read more »

jay
jay
6 years ago
Reply to  Tya

We don’t know if you really take care of yours either. lol So what are you really saying?

anna
anna
6 years ago
Reply to  Tya

I agree the results would probably be different because most of them have no clue how to take care of their real hair so if she did decide to wear her “long” “natural” hair out it might not stay that way for very long.…

MissTiny
MissTiny
6 years ago

@10pcwithsweettea, next time you want to write a long comment like this please call publishing clearing house to write a book instead…lawdy

joanie
joanie
6 years ago
Reply to  MissTiny

publisher’s clearinghouse is a sweepstakes and marketing company.

Christina
Christina
6 years ago

Say that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You sound like me!!!!! Nuff said!!!!!

joanie
joanie
6 years ago

That was a monologue, but I read it all. Some enlightening points.

bossy
bossy
6 years ago

um this is america. and the internet. aint nobody got time for this long ass comment about hair. I mean, a comment that long better be about politics, making money, or a petition to build a well in africa. About hair?!? girl, bye.

Cheryl
Cheryl
6 years ago

Really??!!! What a long, ranting diatribe about NOTHING!!!!!

Guest
Guest
6 years ago

That I’ve had lil girls tell me how “pretty” my hair was only when i straightened it or to have men tell me how sexy i am only because my hair is a certain length…
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And what is this hip-hop lady telling those lil girls? Even if you’re rich and powerful you still have to hide your ‘real’ hair under an expensive weave. That your’real’ hair is unattractive and hard to deal with so spending all day and all your money on weaves is the key to success.

Seriously, that’s many teenagers are begging for creamy crack and/or a weave.

Isolina
Isolina
6 years ago

I think it is great that she is showing her natural hair! One main reason people resort to weaves is because doing their own hair is too “hard.” I felt the same way, especially cuz I have SOOO much thick hair. Then I found Nutress Hair products and they made it so much easier for me to rock my hair naturally! Check them out!!

nappy headed black girl

Sweet. I love to see celebs rocking their naturals, even if it’s only for show on social media lol

Orihime11
Orihime11
6 years ago

I don’t know how I feel about all these celebrity reveals.…I mean part of me is like, okay cool I didn’t know you were natural too, great. But then the other part of me is like, okay so what are you trying to do here participate in some celebrity fad, and not even rock it in public? I’m kinda torn.…*shrugs* oh well, I need to be thinking about what I’m making for dinner tonight lol

jay
jay
6 years ago
Reply to  Orihime11

It’s not really a celebrity thing. I have a friend that has been natural for years.… but NOBODY knows it because she doesn’t know what to do with her natural hair and is not really anxious to learn. She wears weave at all times and she is not famous. Lay off the celebrities a little.

Guest
Guest
6 years ago

Her hair is beautiful and we wonder, again, of why so many celebrities remain undercover naturals instead of showcasing their gorgeous texture.
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Ain’t that the million dollar question? I can see a corporate lawyer saying she can’t go to work looking like Solange (course she could bun it and be good to go) but a hip hop star/model has to treat her real hair like a dirty little secret that can’t be seen outside the bathroom walls?

Viola Davis risked something when she rocked that TWA at an awards ceremony.

CommonSense
CommonSense
6 years ago

I don’t care to see it if you plan to hide it forever under a weave. If you want to show it, wear it when you go out or are on tv. Revel in its beauty, learn to make it stand out and be proud of it. Otherwise, don’t bother showing it. Stop being lazy, or is it laziness or you just are not proud of your own natural hair?!?!?!?!?!?!

Chocolatecurls
Chocolatecurls
6 years ago

I’m not impressed…(yawn).

DeeJ
DeeJ
6 years ago

I don’t think there is anything wrong with wearing a weave occasionally, but I don’t see the point of having natural hair if a woman is not comfortable with showing it. These are celebrities, so if they can spend hundreds of dollars on their stylists doing a sew in, why not find a stylist who can style their natural hair?

smartheffa
smartheffa
6 years ago

Dam that b wrote a loooooong as comment!!! FUCK!!!!!

bossy
bossy
6 years ago
Reply to  smartheffa

right!!

smartheffa
smartheffa
6 years ago

Her hair looks good though, and I like her soft features. Black women we have the best features.

anna
anna
6 years ago

I call people like this wig or weave naturals. Most of them didn’t GO natural they just ended up that way as a result of not getting perms, their logic is normally “why get a perm if no one will ever see my hair” even in mini reveals like this most of them will have there hair out naturally long enough to snap a picture then they move on to the next wig or weave. There are a lot of reasons for this, some of them have no desire(or hate) to do their hair. Others don’t know how to do… Read more »

Zula
Zula
6 years ago

Looking awesome! Haven’t seen her in TV, but wow, her hair is AMAZING! Go girl!!!! ????

acappellla
acappellla
6 years ago

Her real hair is really quite beautiful. Too bad we never see it on the show. Grrrr. And yes those who post long comments.. Uhh I don’t read them. I just skip and read the next. I just don’t have time.

Elizabeth Guillermo
Elizabeth Guillermo
6 years ago

I think that’s not her real hair, i need to see a better picture…lol

Angela
Angela
6 years ago

That’s because Americans have lost the ability, tolerance, patience and discipline to work through long texts, which is a shame. The girl’s long comment was like a tone poem, and I enjoyed it. It was heartfelt and real. I am so sick of this internet culture which breeds short attention spans. It doesn’t take that long to read if you are used to reading to begin with. Beware of soundbite culture. Yeah, I know I will get a lot of crap for saying that, but really, if you read a book a week, her comment won’t seem like such a… Read more »

Positivity Brown
Positivity Brown
6 years ago
Reply to  Angela

Yes, God forbid someone has to read a paragraph. Its embarrassing. You would think they were asked to climb Everest. Some people relax their hair, some wear make up. Some get boob jobs. Some get liposuction. Who the f%&k cares??? “I dont like her hair, i dont like her clothes.” How arrogant to think that these people style to impress YOU personally. People too deep in someone elses business especially if it is a celebrity. What if it were some random woman you have never seen?Would you really care what she’s doing? Wearing? Saying? For that matter how about some… Read more »

Positivity Brown
Positivity Brown
6 years ago
Reply to  Angela

Oh and I wasnt singling you out or anything. The first few sentences of my post was a response to your response to the whole “too long comment” issue. I just got carried away 🙂

Ashleigh
Ashleigh
6 years ago

These women are always in the spotlight and have to have their hair done at all times. Anyone with natural hair knows that that can be damaging and to preserve their hair they resort to wigs and weaves. It’s smart to use protective styling and you can go from straight to curly black to blond to green with no damage.

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