Keldamuzik: The Hair Story!
Our hair is a reflection of ourselves because it is both personal and public. A bad hair day equals a bad day: when a woman’s hair is too thin, too rough, too dry, falling off, or turning grey it affects her self-esteem and feminity. There is a strong connection between hair and self-esteem in all cultures, races, and religions. Your overall confidence will be significantly improved and allows you to live a more fulfilling life.
I absolutely love my hair although I’ve always had issues with it always been made fun of never could really style my own hair I love it so much. At the age of four, my mom put a perm in my hair when she was not supposed to. My hair started thinning but when I turn six and seven and groove back extremely thick. I’m talking about so thick I had to take painkillers to get a come through it LOL. Anyway, my hair has always been difficult to deal with I remember in high school during PE we would have a semester of swimming, and every time I came home my hair would just start breaking off due to the chlorine. Even if I wore swimming caps the water would still get in my hair somehow. I must’ve lost a gang of hair but still had so much.
When I started modeling and acting I remember at the time I had a manager who said we’re going to get you out of that ponytail Kelda! I would always wear my hair in a bun or small ponytail because I just didn’t know how to style my hair and my mom would only take me to the salon maybe once a month for a relaxer but of course when you exercise and you play sports and do other activities you sweat that all out. I am totally glad that I started getting my hair braided and wearing partial weaves and wigs you don’t understand how it’s a lifesaver for some of us! Our hair is it sure it’s beautiful but it’s definitely a chore and you have to take your time with it.
It’s not like we could just wake up in the morning wash our hair leave it wet and go on with our day we have to blow dry it or let it air dry put moisturizers in it to hold the style applying heat to our hair and other things as well. I just want to say love your hair Ladies! Your hair is what also makes you beautiful. And even if it’s difficult for you to work with your hair find a close relative or friend that can help you out. It’s funny because a lot of my friends help me with my hair and of course
I have stylists too But that’s only when it’s showtime other than that if I’m just going out with friends or whatever I usually ask them to do my hair for me because I don’t know what I’m doing LOL leave it up to me I’ll probably leave it in a bun as I did in high school. I’m all for natural hair and for wigs or whatever it is that you want to put in your hair as long as you feel comfortable with it and it’s manageable. For me right now wags and waves are definitely manageable because you can apply any chemical or heat that you want to it and it’s not your hair so who cares if it gets damaged? LOL.
Hair is a multibillion-dollar industry. The average hair care expenditure is around $50,000 for a woman for an entire lifetime. Anyway, love your hair take care of your hair. Love you guys!
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