The ‘good hair’ bandwagon keeps on going! Who would have thought this would be such a big topic? (And who would have thought I’d post three articles before 9:30 am?)
Anyhow, read Ashante Infantry’s take on hair in today’s Toronto Star article Good hair starts at the roots. Here’s a clip:
I have great hair.
What’s not to love? It’s weatherproof, takes two minutes to style and is maintained by a $30, 30-minute haircut every six or so weeks.
Can’t say I’ve always appreciated it, though.
In Grade 6, I pestered my mother to get my hair chemically straightened like most other black girls my age. It wasn’t quite the Farrah Fawcett tresses I’d coveted, but for 14 years I stuck with the “creamy crack” habit that Chris Rock explores in the documentary Good Hair, which opens Friday.
You can find the entire article here.