I am certain that my textured hair has affected various parts in life so far. My hair never got relaxed until 8th grade. My hair wasn’t nappy but I just wanted one to fit in with the other black girls at my school, so I guess you can say my hair affected my self-esteem. I’ve never regretted getting my hair relaxed…I kind of like the burning sensation from the chemicals in the perm. As far as dating, my hair was never a problem to guys that aren’t african american. Even though I get perms, I still have few challenges when my hair looks a little rough but I just throw some water on it and put it in a bun (water is the best water-based product). I’ve always wanted really straight hair like caucasians, asians, and mexcians. Recently I’ve finally learned how to ‘wrap’ my hair (thank god for youtube) which helps my hair growth and makes it more managable during the school year. I feel more accepted by other races since I’ve relaxed my hair.gfhg thg yt hby gh yh jn hj fh yj dh gh nt k lh ym kh bj my gk hj mygk hj o lt k h olk d
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