Why I texturized my hair and don’t regret it for one bit

Relaxing hair is hatted upon by many. As the natural hair movement has set its roots in our society it’s hard to justify not being natural.

I struggled with the idea of having natural hair for a while. I used to braid it constantly to make myself feel better about it. My mum was not even aloud to come close to the hair on my hair because I wanted it to ‘grow’. I say that between brackets because I had no idea what I was doing.

After I went to uni it was even harder for me to take care of my hair I hated that it was big and that i had to wet it daily. Some  months pasted and I gave in to the idea of texturisers.

It’s not completely getting rid of the curl but just making it a bit looser and easier to handle. I have always wanted wavy hair and soft waves as so to speak.

So I finally went almost crying to my mum for het to please texturize my hair. I am maybe ¬†20 but that doesn’t mean I don’t still go crying to my mum when things aren’t what I want them to be. And I am not afraid to admit it.

We went tin the bathroom and finally did it, when I finished my hair was perfect exactly what I want and I don’t regret it at all. I know a lot of people are afraid to got true the proces but I can tell you one thing. Do what makes you happy! And this definitely made me feel happy.

I spent way less time getting ready and when my hair needs washing I just do it with a super easy wash and go routine I love.

Texturing hair isn’t a bed thing and its just as wearing makeup isn’t. Natural beauty is great and I am all for it but feeling comfortable is the goal at the end of the day.

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