I know I'm going to get some not so nice answers from this, but I am prepared.
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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.2
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