love

Number one ingredient to full,longer and thicker hair?

Oil. Conditioners. Vitamins.

#1 Love. It’s simple.

Or maybe not? Many of us are stuck in the phase of wanting other people’s hair so much that we start neglecting our own. We don’t see the beauty of our own hair, because we are too busy looking at someone else’s hair. Wether kinky,curly,straight,nappy,short or long it is your hair.Cherish it.

How come many of us don’t do it? Some may blame it on society and the picture that society has placed in our heads about what beautiful hair must look like.

I say that it is all something that happens within us, not accepting your self and accepting your inner beauty will make you not accept your outer beauty. Know that we are all made in a unique way, we can’t all be the same ! Seriously, where would the fun be? Love yourself, be confident in what you do and trust me it will have a positive affect on your life. Of course we all have self-esteem issues plenty of times sometimes but the most important thing is to get out of that and accept yourself for who you are.

Let us be confident and proud of who we are and what we have.

The Beauty of the Rainbow lies in the variety of its colors.

-M.

Author: myfrolover

Hey Friends, I’m Marion, I’m a Ghanaian woman living in Germany. I have a story to tell that goes way beyond hair. I’m a writer, a poet, a blogger, an advocate for self love, an adventuress, a creator. Impregnated with creativity and ready to give birth. Myfrolover now is not just a natural hair blog. It’s my blog, my place. A place where I write about my life poetic and editorial, where I write about self-love and self care, A place where I stimulate your eyes with visual creativity and your mind with thoughts that run deeper than the ocean. It’s a place where you can come for a good laugh (I consider myself to be a funny person, weird but funny nevertheless) A place to help you with your hair dilemmas and for natural hair tips A place for knowing about and seeing other creatives, authors, artists, rule breakers, game changers A place that documents my journey through this thing called life But most of all, a place that shows and tells you you are worth it. You are precious. You are loved. Love always, Marion

9 thoughts

  1. Wow I read this over and over and you left me wanting more.Cant wait for the next post thank you M for reminding that the simplest emotion counts.Too many people pile product upon product on their hair wanting to look like what society dictates but forget to embrace themselves and who they really are.Thank you once again and can’t wait for the next one.

  2. totally agree with you. when i returned natural almost five years ago, it really had nothing to do with relaxers. i had no idea there was a specific way to care for afro hair and did everything i wasnt supposed to…everything. Long Story short, i discovered the hair community last year and built a regimen and now my hair is just doing so fine. for so long in this one year, i looked at other people´s hair and grumbled about mine. one day my husband said to me: stop focusing on other womens hair…yours is beautiful and i love it. that was my wake up call and i have since stopped that bloody comparison. ist not just hair, ist who we are and being proud of that should count more than your growth rate or texture of your hair…learn to love what you have and make it work to suit you.

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