"I do love my hair. It does make me feel very African. I've been getting positive comments about it and this makes me glad because I now understand that people of different races do appreciate a Black woman's hair."
"If I bought it, it's mine!"
"My hair rocks, my extensions rock, my Afro ROCKS!!!"
"I am not my 'Hair'. I am so much more than texture and length."
"My Black is beautiful. I love how my hair is long and strong, as I am!"
"Oh my god! Is that yours? You must be mixed."
"My hair is honey & magic."
"Pharaoh Inkabus: My lock does not scare people. Not knowing who I am, outside of preconceived myths, spooks them more than the loss. Once you know that I'm multitalented and awesome guy to hang around with, you'll automatically put the gangster myth in the lake (I'm not a gangster anyways, despite the fact that I'm a dread head)."
"Natural, is beautiful."
"I get a lot of people saying your hair is nice and they ask how long it takes me to do my hair when I tell them they always say I can't sit that long."
"My hair is defiant. The way I intend for it to be, it never stays. My hair is super curly and what the world would call 4c. I fight with it a lot."
"My hair has seen ears pressed to knees and oiled scalps; weathered femininity with defiance and fell gracefully with introspect."
"My hair defies gravity...you can't tell me that's not magical!"
"Black hair is dope! We need to do more to embrace it."
"I used to say I am not my hair...unil I thought deeply about the fact of the matter...I actually am my hair. From the follicle coming out of my scalp to the outer cuticle of my coils. They stare at my curls for which I thought was a dislike for who I am, but they're just tryna figure out the science behind that black girl magic, and yes shrinking is real. I am my hair and I love every bend and twist of my curls and if you have a relaxer... it is okay! Because once those roots grow in, those curls do not lie. Grow it, sew it, cut it, fuck it, love it...!"
"It's an all natural way of living organically. Our hair is our crown and no one can take that away. Chemical free tresses are healthy and easy and care-free."
"Black hair is me. PERIOD. I don't feel I owe an explanation. I am proud of my hair. I love my hair; why change it? If I perm it, straighten it, add extensions, whatever--- it still grows the way God intended. And I'm fine with that cause I love Me :)."
"My black hair is my kinky, wonderful mess."
"My hair is another extension of me. It allows me to flow freely and truly express myself. The goal is to be organic & open to new experiences."
"Black hair is black people. Black hair is beautiful. Black hair is mysterious."
"Locs are our extensions to the greater universe; spiritual antennas." "Black hair is the most beautiful hair of all."
"Black hair is lively, unique, and Beautiful. Everyday is a statement of artistic expression."