Jobs by Indeed Real Long Hair: July 2012

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Sunday, July 15, 2012

The Secret of Black Women in One Family Having Long Hair


Just think of a photo of black women wearing hair weaves in one family.    Why isn't it possibly for all black women in every family to have long hair?   The mindset among black women in every family needs to change and it needs to be, so they all can grow very long hair.  One of the unique things about Madam C. J. Walker's family is that her female relatives believed in her hair system, because they witnessed it worked for her and even themselves.  Madam C. J. Walker was not keeping her secret to herself, but she shared it with those within her own family and even black women around America.  All black women need to understand many times, the belief system within their families is the reason why they fail to believe they no longer have to wear hair weaves, hair pieces and wigs.

Fear is is one of the biggest factors among many black women.  If they naturally grow their hair out, they are so afraid of their family members and even their closet friends talking about them.   They fear they will feel like an outcast among some ignorant black women whom may ask crazy questions like, 'you don't have money to get your hair done or-what happened to your hair...or-you want me to hook you up with my stylist...?   The crazy questions and ridiculous comments just go on an one and it is not just some black women whom give others a hard time for naturally growing their hair, but also some ignorant black men in the family and even those whom are strangers.  The secret, black women in one family should agree they do not have to wear weaves or wigs to have long hair, they can grow it, but they must feel secure to wear it natural to promote faster and healthier growth.

Insecurity, is one of the biggest problems among many black women.   Thinking about what their race feel about natural hair has kept many of them from enjoying being an original black woman.  An original black woman is one whom is not insecure to be herself, inside and out and this includes wearing her natural hair.  Natural beauty is the second greatest assets, the first one is spirituality, in connection with God.  Many black women within a family can hold one from feeling confident to wear the natural hair, God has given to her.

Even if the women in your family do not agree to wear natural hair, then you should get rid of the fear and be confident in order to grow long healthy hair for yourself.  Of course, you do not need other women in your family to be in agreement with you, just be confident yourself and when they see your natural hair grow long, they will follow you, because you were not insecure to follow their old mentality of wearing wigs and weaves in order to enjoy long hair. 

Friday, July 6, 2012

Black Hair Will Grow, If you Take Care Of It


Your black hair will certainly grow, if you learn how to take care of it.  It is like high maintenance on a car, the more you fix it up, it will not only look nice, but run good.   A lot of us black women may like to dress up our hair with all sorts of nice styles, but the question is, do we take care of it?  A lot of black women wear wigs and weaves, because they look good, but they do not take care of their own hair.   Your hair wants attention and when you care for it, you will began to see how long it will grow.  However, if you just cover it with wigs and weaves all the time, then it will become stunted and will not grow.   


Specifically, when you wear weaves, many beauticians have always said, 'it will grow, if you learn to give your own hair a break from the weaves and take care of it.'   However, we have not seen black hair grow very long among women whom wear weaves, so it would be better to just stop wearing weaves and love your own hair and expect it to grow.   


Specifically, when you wear wigs, there is no air to get to your scalp.   So, how can you expect it to ever grow?   You cannot just keep wearing these wigs, just like you're changing shoes, because you cannot forget to care for your hair underneath.   For years, since the 1930's, black women have put on a stocking cap and placed all sorts of cute styled wigs on top of their heads, simply because it saved a lot of time and the truth, some of them have always looked very cute, but many of them have not looked real as their own hair.   


Many times, black men have blurted it out about wanting black women to no longer wear fake things.   Think about it, Is this an excuse for them leaving us for other races of women?  No excuse, but the truth is, they like for their woman's hair to be real and naturally long and you should like it too.   So, are you ready to take care of your hair?  You can read more about learning how to care for your hair at Souls of Black Women, blog.  We do not just talk about news, but we also talk about how the black woman can grow long hair.

Read more about how you can grow long hair @ Souls of Black Women

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Do Your Research and Love Your Hair, Black Woman


It is so wonderful that we have books to teach us how to care for our hair.   If you have questions, regarding your hair when your beautician is not properly managing your hair, you should do your research.   Not only books, but also periodicals have a lot to teach black women about how to grow and manage their hair.  Have you ever wondered about how often to wash or brush your hair?  Have you ever wondered how long you should leave on a perm, if you do not have money to regularly visit a professional beauty salon?   Then, you should learn how to spend time to read information about it.   Believe us, the more time you take learning about how to take care of your hair, the more you will began to love your hair and you will not mind spending time to manage it.

Do you watch a lot of television or spend a lot of time talking on the telephone?   Just think about what you could learn spending that time reading a book, magazine or an article about black hair.  You could learn a lot.   Many times, we as black women suffer, because we do not take our time to do research.  You will not be able to just care for your own hair, but maybe you could help a friend, your child or a loved one.   Learn how to receive knowledge into your brain and not waste on things that will not benefit you and learning about hair is great value.

So maybe your nearest library does not have books about how to manage black hair, but there are all sorts of books you can purchase at Amazon.com or at other various online stores.   Sisters, if you can find a way to get information, do it.  But if you have difficulty, because you do not have any money, you can always visit different websites that will show you how to grow and manage your hair.   If you have been imagining what it is like to grow your own hair, you can stop dreaming and make it happen.   


One of the biggest reasons why many black women still believe you have to be of another race to grow long hair, is simply because they do not take time to learn how to grow their own.  They would know that's not true, if they would do research about growing black hair.   




Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Why do Some Black Women Continue to Relax and Dye Their Hair, After Losing It?


For many years, we have seen some black women with extremely short hair, as though they are unable to grow it.   Even after they realize why they lost it.  Because of over-processing...


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Tuesday, July 3, 2012