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There’s A New App Changing The Natural Hair Industry For African Women

You cannot discuss beauty standards and beauty trends among women of colour in the last two decades without talk about the massive conceptual shift in what is considered conventional beauty by black women.

As more black women experiment and reclaim their natural hair, an industry that exists to cater to this new market has sprung up and is thriving.

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You cannot discuss beauty standards and beauty trends among women of colour in the last two decades without talk about the massive conceptual shift in what is considered conventional beauty by black women.

As more black women experiment and reclaim their natural hair, an industry that exists to cater to this new market has sprung up and is thriving.

 

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  1. This is what black women with wooly kinky curly hair have been waiting to see for a while now, at least, some. That have been willing to embrace the natural look allowing other women to see it and embrace it as well. They’ve wanted to see that black man will still see them just as beautiful wearing their own natural hair with no add-ins chemical processing straightening or anything other than a look they can possess naturally and when black men see it they can see that these women of color really do love themselves as they were naturally created and wow they can say this is just the type I would love to have rear my children that way I know they’ll be taught what it means to love their selves as they are.

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