Today...no this week...No, the past 2 weeks I haven't had a clue what I wanted to do with my hair! My hair is still pretty short (twa) so there's not much I can do with it. Or, is the problem me...am I not creative enough to come up with some styles for my twa besides a wash-n-go or defined curls?? Come on ladies! I know I'm not the only one who goes through or have gone through this, am I? Lol. Take a look at these pics and tell me what you think. Or if you have some ideas on styles I can try, let me know :-)
Have you ever felt frustrated with trying to fit in with your friends? Tired of being broke because you are trying to keep up with the latest trends? I know exactly how you feel! I reached a point in my life when I decided I no longer wanted to look like every other woman walking around. All of my life people assumed I was a "stuck up" girl because I am light skinned and I had long hair and my eyes are hazel. Too add to that, I was really quiet and didn't really speak much to anyone I didn't know. Inside, I was screaming to be that outgoing popular girl that every high school seemed to have. But, that image I held onto for years never materialized for me. I am now 30 years old and still the same quiet person and I'm okay with that. It took several years for me to accept that I am who I am. Please believe that I still have days where I don't feel so pretty; even as a grown woman. The difference is I don't dwell on the fact that I'm not popular and can't wear the latest trends everyday. I have other things going on in my life that far outweight popularity and fashionable clothing; I am now married and have 3 beautiful children. One major thing I changed in my life, which was very recent, was my views on how a woman should look. Society says a woman should be tall, thin, have long flowing hair and wear expensive clothing. Well, I say a woman should look and be comfortable in whatever skin she was born in! lol. For me, that means average height, slender, and have Natural kinky, curly short hair (I'm a new natural). Since I have transitioned to natural hair, I have learned more and more about myself. For example, I am a lot more confident than I thought myself to be. You have to have plenty of confidence to be natural ladies! I do understand this journey doesn't end after becoming natural. I have a ways to go in becoming who God made me to be BUT I now realize that I am PURPOSED. DESTINED (for greatness) & NATURALLY ME!!
Side Note: I do not feel a woman has to become natural to find her purpose in life. I am just stating my OWN views/opinions and personal experiences.