I have been natural for 5 years now. I absolutely love it and am proud to wear my crown! We live in a world where many black women wear their hair in styles that imitate European standards of beauty. Although I think that every black woman
Curly, waved, straight, bantu knotted, braided, a dash of color…you name it, I have perfected it using my locs and I still love having and growing them.
Some women don’t go natural for fear of being unacceptable socially and in the corporate sector, not meeting an imposed standard of how hair should look like, or just simply fear itself of the unknown. If I can be an instrument to others… Great!
I know I would be a perfect candidate for Americas Next Natural Model because not only is my hair natural but I strive to live a lifestyle that is natural as well. My hair was permed at a young age and I really did not have guidance as to the proper ways of taking care […]
I have what it takes to be America’s Next Natural Model 09 because I have been natural my whole life. I am always giving people that want to go natural or have just gone natural advice. People contact me on my Myspace, friends and family.
HTML clipboard My goal is to teach women of all ages the difference in treatment from society when you hair is natural verses relaxed or weaved up.
I am interested in running for America’s Next Natural Model because I am deeply interested in hair politics. I model to expand the definition of beauty as a natural woman. I want to push the point that hair is a political issue because society has made it one.
I have been natural since the year 2001, and I haven’t looked back since. I currently wear cultivated long locs with bangs. I try and live a natural hairstyle, and encourage other natural beauties everyday through blogging on my blog
Natural hair is not a passing fad to me. My kinky, coily, natural hair is what God has bless me with. I feel it’s my responsibility to find out as much as I can and share with others on how to maintain it and keep it healthy.