Im not sure I understand..hair is hair and we all have different colours, textures, movement, degrees of softness and managability depending on how well its taken care of or how many chemical processes have been done to it no matter our race.
Ive always gotten compliments and from the time I was a kid my friends who were not black would say I'm so lucky cause my hair can hold a curl and my style lasts all day, that its always soft etc. As I got older and learned how to better take care of my hair, it has the same swing and movement that I always wished I had...I can go from curly to straight and change up my style dramatically without cutting or having to process it with anything other than getting my hair relaxed every few months. And when I went all natural and had a fro..I rocked that too! I love my hair and the compliments I get on it... so I'm baffled about the not so nice answers you were expecting...Ive never had a negative view on my hair...
On top of that..within the black community you have tons of different types of hair textures...There is no one type of "black people hair"...it varies...its hair.
I'm white, but I guess I like pretty much everything about black women, including their hair. My ex used to straighten her hair, and then switched to braids, but I preferred the natural feel of her hair as it was. Guess everyone wants what they don't have. Black women straighten their hair, white women curl theirs. Black women want lighter skin, white women sit in the sun for hours trying to get darker. What a world!
Not sure why you weren't expecting nice answers but I'll try to be nice. I like most versions of black girls hair, afro, braid, curls...it doesn't really matter too much so long as they've tried to do anything with it. I used to like the looser curls but I have no idea what the girl had to do to get her hair that way. Straightening seems like such a bother unless it's what YOU want.
I don't think it's bad or good, just different. If you are talking about black women wearing their hair natural then I think the best style is probably microbraids, or when you just relax it just a little bit with an iron but it's still really curly (like the girl Mary Jane from the movie "Half Baked" link ). Afros look good on black women if it's long/big and poofed out - it kind of gives them a rocker chick kind of look.
i am black so hehe I love black women..we have the nice face, boobs, and definately da ass. but we don't have the hair...lol. they can't get their hair wet...lol. I prefer black women's hair to be natural because a lot of times, those wigs or weaves just look fake and not real.
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I think black women often put out more effort than other women and are very creative ,I have talked to women that I complemented on their hair and they have told me it took 8hrs and cost 300 dollars it can be very beautiful, if nothing is done it with done with it ,i don't find it attractive
I'm black and my hair naturally grows realllly wavy at the roots but the only reason that I get a perm and straighten etc etc is because I kinda have sensitive scalp so when my hair is growing it itches and it hurts a bit so combing through all that new hair is painful at times ( but it feels great to the touch lol). Keep in mind though, that 'black girl hair' isn't standard; there are a lot of different kinds of textures and all that good stuff. My great great grandfather was an Englishman so I think we (my siblings) got a touch of it from it. Nothing wrong with going natural of course; I know tons of girls down here that rock it natural and look great!
this question seems weird lol ... seems a bit fishy 2 me. did your friends boyfriend REALLY tell you that.. or did you just want to ask this question but didn't wanna seem racist. 'cuz white bfs I've had in the past loved my hair especially when it was in braids, said I looked exotic and ethnic.
well I'm going to completely honest there is no such thing as " black girl hair" like it has already been said there is sooooooooo many different types of hair and ofcourse there is because everyone has diff genes and DNA and blah blah blah.. no ones hair is identical.. I ( being mixed) inact have to diff grades of hair on my head LITERALLY lol.. its called curly wavy.. I wear my hair natural and blow dry it wear bangs all that good stuf depends on my mood and the season.. lol because in the summer curly is a breeze!f.. my mother has completely diff grade of hair however and so does my sis..
I'm a black girl and my natural hair is curly and totally frizzy and everything. I use the mosturizing products just because it keeps it from being dry and that's unhealthy and is easier for split ends. I also just straighten it but before I do I use the heat protect stuff you can get anywhere and yaa. I don't know I just like my hair straight, it's kinda the style for everyone now even other races that also have curly or frizzy hair straighten it with the instyler and I LOVE my hair. Black women have it hard because it takes so much to take care of our hair. But my advice is to not get fake hair just to make it easier. It usually looks unnatural and its worth while to just take care of your own natural born hair. Trust me its possible. If you have curly hair you are lucky because I absolutely love the brown curly hair unlike my natural before straightened frizzy hair. lol. I don't hate my hair I just like it better straightened. But the sholder length curly hair is absolutely adorable! Kinda like an afro but curlier and too long to be an afro. It looks better once you get product too just make it not sooo curly though. My hair is way past my shoulders about mid back and I am trying to grow it a little longer. Just take good care of you natural hair there are tons of products so you won't have to result to sigs or weaves or extensions =]
Im native american and black and my hair is very curly I love my hair :) ! it unique and different !
when it is taken care of of and maintained, I think black girls' hair is very beautiful especially when it is left natural instead of straightened.
We don't all have the same type of hair or wear it the same. I'm black and I don't care what people think of my hair, but I do hate when people randomly ask me if its all mine or something. Get the hell outta my head! Other people's opinions don't matter to me, I don't need their approval!
I think it can look cool when black girls have like a tight fro. I think it is weird when they get weaves or perm it straight. They should just be who they are and wear their hair natural.