Why am I inspired?
Sometimes a simple afro can be the catalyzer.
Imperfection is the new charm. The quest to be perfect, or to perfect ourselves, rhymes with watching a movie.
No big deal!
The big deal now is how to accept yourself just the way your are, accepting your long legs ,long neck, big nose, V-shaped face, rock of ages-hair, almost flat buttocks as part of your awesomeness.
That thin line of imperfection makes you perfectly unique. Maybe you knew, so this is just a re-confirmation.;)
The next step
Only few people get to market their self-esteem.
Defying the status quo, leaping out of the box is what have made successful men and women today. I am pretty sure a woman like this will not step out unnoticed.
Likewise you can feel her stare, the glare is one that will keep you in amazement! For us Africans this hairdo is a grandmother recipe that helps grow hair.
Since everyone wants to be a city-zombie, it will really take some guts for a modern lady to rock this hairdo on a normal day. 😉
Maybe you wanna take up the challenge gurl 🙂
There is nothing that is amazing as a liar that can defend his lie so well that you believe every bit of his words. Thats belief! Having a high dose of belief in one’s self is just the key to your freedom.
Its the remedy to keeping your head high up, your shoulders squared and your blood running (lol).
All your excuses are DEAD! You just need to embrace your imperfection,just the way it is, trying to alter its nature is just like saying “God doesnt know why he made it that way” ( am guilty as well).
If you have been on this earth for a long time, you would know by now that the definition of beauty is not in the smile you see, but rather its in what you cant see the “soul”, which emanates through all the imperfections.
Piercing through the eyes , shouting throught the hair, walking through the skin. Its how they make you feel.
Well if its positive and trending why not support?
The Blooming Afro Hair Industry, the funky hairstyle of african origin has lately been a throbbing trend and has seen a major boost in the market. According to stats, the afro hair industry stands high, with a size of over $500 billion.
¤ Women spend approximately $1.1billion on hair extensions and weaves.
¤ Almost 6 out of 10 woment wear wig, weave, or extensions.
¤ From 1994 to 2002; black female beauty product industry grew by 48%.
The steady rise of the afro hair market would everyone believe that it holds a blooming future, but market experts say:
¤Mintel projects the size of the industry to grow to $761million by 2017. This excludes the whole share of general market brands, weaves, extensions, wigs, and etc.
¤Hair expert Anu Prestonia, founder of Khamit Kinks, believes that the future of natural hair care belongs to businesses that consistently prioritize the customer.
That’s a wrap for today!
Keep loving yourself just the way you are, throw out all the fakes, use your gifts to create a space for yourself and trust me , your uniqueness will speak for you!
🙂 🙂 Thank You for using your precious time to read me 🙂 🙂
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