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Colours of the Rainbow
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Versatility 

Love this!!!
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In some black communities there’s still a stigma that kinky or coarse hair is “bad”, which couldn’t be further from the truth. There’s no such thing as good or bad when describing someone’s natural hair texture or type. To those struggling to love and accept their natural hair because of societal pressures, remember this - straight, curly, kinky or wavy, it doesn’t make a difference. Embrace your hair the way it is, no matter what society tells you. All hair is good hair. It’s your Crown.

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1865-1900  Very long Victorian hair 

It was believed that a woman’s personality could be inferred from her hair. Curly-haired women were considered to be sweeter-natured than women with straight hair. Long, thick, loose hair was associated with a woman’s sexuality — the longer and thicker the hair, the more passionate the woman’s nature.Part 2 Of Insanely Long Victorian Hair
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Where we’re trying to go @sipalamana
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Lisa Farrall – Afro Hairdresser of the Year 2016 

The British Hairdressing Awards, sponsored by Schwarzkopf Professional, celebrates the very best of British hairdressing – recognising and rewarding the creative talents of individuals and teams who make this industry one of which we can all be proud. #Love it!

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