This was my hair at it's healthiest about 1 yr ago w/ no relaxer or weave just flat ironed & 100% mine.
About 9 months ago still full & healthy. It's current state NOW, slightly damaged.
Part#2 There has also been years and years of talk on what it means to have "good hair" amongst the black community. The only thing I can do is relate this issue to my own experiences. In my opinion "good hair"=healthy hair. So with that said it really doesn't matter what your hair looks like or the texture of your hair. I believe any & everyone has "good hair" as long as it exist & it's healthy. This clip is from Chris Rock's movie "Good Hair". It highlights the misconceptions of what it means to have "good hair" from several black women, the hair industry, and others opinions on the issue. He addresses these topics in a comical yet truthful way so I'm curious as to how it will turn out. I can only hope woman of Color can realize the depth of our hair issues, overcome them, embrace our own hair, learn how to properly care for it, and make this issue less of an issue. Now with all this hair talk I wonder how I'll wear my hair to the movie! lol.
stay Fierce, be Fearless, & Flaunt it...you got it!