Do you love me enough to bail me out of jail?
What if I was standing up for something I believe in?
A 2016 article from www.pewforum.org stated “In many countries around the world, women’s choices about their attire and appearance are restricted to some degree by government laws, policies or regulations. “
I know there is quite a bit going on in our country right now...(understatement of the year), however, I am grateful for the choice to be able to proudly and freely express myself and my beliefs, which are protected by the 1st amendment.
I live for a comfortable shirt with a good message. It allows me to inspire those I see without having to open my mouth. It's genius.
While being comfortable, positive, and stylish, these shirts are a conversation starter and could potentially help me witness to those I talk to. It’s no secret that I luh God (a.k.a love) but I’m not one to force my religion on anyone, however, if you ask me about my shirt, I’m winning you over!
In summary, shout out to companies making statements, breaking barriers, and having a positive impact through purposeful fashion. I support you.
xoxo, Abnormally AB
Shirts from: www.godisdope.com
The worst possible thing that could happen to a natural hair girl happened to me.
* A part of my hair was damaged from being straightened (crying on the inside)*
Here's the backstory:
I've been on this natural hair journey since 2013. Within 5 years, I've had my hair straightened by a professional twice. ONLY 2 TIMES!
This 2nd time was because I was in my Sorority sister's wedding. ( I love you sissy and wouldn't trade that experience for anything!)
The wedding style came out beautifully and I was excited I could achieve this look using only my hair and just enjoyed the versatility of having natural hair.
I kept it straight for as long as possible & finally washed it, but there was one problem...not all of my strands bounced back like usual.
There was this one piece...RIGHT IN THE FRONT that didn't want me to be great lol. To say my heart was hurt was an understatement. Here I am thinking, I've taken care of my hair over the past years, one straightening session shouldn't effect my thick hair...and it didn't, except that one piece.
The reality is I have a piece of damaged hair, however I'm so grateful it's not more.
-Should I cut it off?
- Has this ever happened to you?
-Is there a product I can use to help it bounce back?
Share your stories and/or advice with me.