Latinas Are Defining Their Natural Hair For Themselves And It’s Pretty Beautiful
Pelo. Whether we grow it, curl, straighten it, or shave it we sure can’t seem to get enough of it. While, of course, we understand that having hair does not define us, for so many of us it means so much. After a recent stunning post, we found on Instagram posted by @goddess.veil we decided to ask Latinas the ultimate question.
“How would you describe your natural hair?”
And as it turns out, Latinas had quite a bit to say. Check it out below.
This chica described it as her BFF.
“El frizz y volumen mis mejores amigos!!” –beaamartz
“My hair is naturally red, extremely thick, coarse, and wavy. I even had a hairdresser compare it to llama wool I have learned how to take better care of it now that I’m older and not hate it anymore.”- katy_katie_katu_kat
And so many chicas called it wild and loved.
“Wild, free and unapologetic! I’m so glad I never listened to all the negative people that used to tell me to straighten my hair…no heat damage over here boo.” – lizbeth_ariana
“My glory it’s long curly and rebellious lol no matter what products I put in it does it’s own thing so I’ve embraced my natural curls and baby hair and even my natural color.” – ari_sotof
“Wild.” – tatismoreira
“God-gifted.” – jcarcreative
Greñuda and perfect.
“Greñuda con estilo.” – jannexees
“Free.” – storyexploratory
“Wanna be curly but wavy to frizzy on it’s best day. Can’t make up its mind but has a mind if it’s own until I bring out the straightener and we duke it out. The heat always wins!!” – tiazoom
“A natural flow with some wave.” – lidi83
Full of Vida is our favorite way to describe it.
“Wavy and full of vida.” – misdaisy
And we can’t help but tear up a little bit over this description as a protector.
“It’s my protector, lays long as rapunzels in the stories, part of my identity and soars as the birds in skies and as blessed as God made me. HAPPY WARRIOR WEDNESDAY MIS GUERRERAS AND SISTERS! BLESSINGS ON THIS RISING!” – brightdollface
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