First off I HATE the term nappy. It was a word invented by women who had not the slightest clue about their hair. You just have very textured hair.
As for my opinion on Natural. I just started wearing my hair a couple days ago. I have been natural for 7 years. I stopped perming my hair back in 2008. Since then its been quite the struggle I'll admit. I've just now gotten a strong idea of what it is my hair likes and doesn't like.
Its all trial and error and never giving up.
I can truly say it's so worth it. To know you can look attractive with your own natural hair speaks so much more than sew-ins, quick weaves, and lace fronts. It boosts your self confidence so much more.
My hair has brought me lots of tears and happiness I wouldn't take any of the experiences back with my hair. I've come to truly love my natural (hair) self.
Please don't say nappy that's a derogatory word that causes kinky hair to have a negative connotation. I suggest kinky as a better alternative Though I don't have kinky hair I still LOvE IT!!! It's so cute and when it's well taken care of its super soft. I love kinky hair it's so awesome. Also how long have you been natural, I've been natural since 8th grade and I'm in college now I know a lot of guys especially black guys. No especially black people don't like kinky hair. I thinks it's because we've been taught that it's bad and we should try to change it. But I don't care I love it and you should embrace it
Miss your hair isn't really nappy. I have seen worse. But I've been natural my whole life. My mother wouldn't allow me to have a perm because I didn't need it I have 3b hair. Also what hair products do you use? I use carols daughter but I used to use regular Pantene. But I think you look great with natural hair
I have very thick 4a/4b hair, and I honestly love it natural. I use to wear my hair straight in middle school. I chopped all of that off sophomore year of high school and regrew it. Now im a senior in HS and my hair is past arm pit length, and about an inch and and a half from full bra strap length.
Now for you question, giys I know are fascinated by my afro textured hair and some even ask to touch it lol! I think as long as it's healthy it will look good. I know afro hair is hair to maintain, so not everyone knows how, but it's been completely worth it in my opinion. I would never straighten my hair again. Instead I do African banding, twists /twist outs, and flat roll...