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How one movement built self-confidence for people all over

Natural hair isn’t just a movement. For some, it’s a lifestyle.

The widespread standard of straighter hair being more presentable is still prominent but the natural hair movement has made strong strides to falsify this perception.

Natural hair is more accepted in workplaces and formal events than it has ever been. Despite this, people, especially women, still notice how they receive different looks and approaches when they are wearing their natural curls compared to when they aren’t.

Situations like these promote confidence in changing a stigma by defying the odds and wearing more natural hairstyles.

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