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We’ve talked about hair a couple of times on the blog, so it should come as no surprise that natural hair is one of my favorite topics. I love empowering black women to embrace their natural roots and equipping them with products that encourage growth, maintenance, and confidence. I also love pointing all kinds of women to products that work.
But you won’t see me starting a natural hair YouTube channel or posting Instagram tutorials anytime soon because I have got to be the laziest natural on the planet. I wash my hair, wear it in twists, wear it in the style you see in my profile pic, pull the bangs back, wash, and repeat. That is the extent of my hair adventure.
So, when Misty Marr contacted me about reviewing some products from Lilla Rose, I was a bit hesitant.
In my brief stint as a stay-at-home mom, I’m learning four lies that need to be constantly combated.
Saying “I’m not like other women” just perpetuates the lie that real women can only fit into one stereotype. We’ve got to stop!
I am not a mom expert, but sometimes it’s nice to have someone who’s in the trenches right alongside you, reminding you of the things you might already know.
Our current emphasis on the purity role women play regarding men’s lust neither honors women nor respects men. Even worse, it’s not rooted in Scripture.
This is not a complete apologetic on black hair care — but I hope it is helpful in spurring on this continuing conversation.
Imperfect people get married every day. So why are we telling single people that perfection will bring them a spouse?