The randomness of who I am. I was talking to my beau the other day about my hair and he tells me…”Babe, why are you even looking for a signature look? Just resolve to the fact, you change your hair like the seasons.” He is right though 🙂
I took a minute and thought about his comment further AND the different hair styles I have had since I cut off my dreadlocks in the spring of 2005. For the 12+ years that I had them, even after they had reach well past my behind I attempted to spice them up with different styles.
I guess that desire in me has not died to always attempt to evolve and change myself for the better. Specifically speaking in regards to my hair, I have gone from the short Halle Berry signature pixie, to a colored texturized afro, to curly and straight half wigs and weaves in varying lengths to two toned micro braids and Chaka Khan / 70s Diana Ross auburn free flowing tresses.
My next hair style… only my sister-friend that does my hair and I know. Yet, I can tell you this. Underneath it all I can honestly say that I love me and the randomness of who God created me to be.
“Before I formed you in the womb I knew [and] approved of you [as My chosen instrument], and before you were born I separated and set you apart, consecrating you; …” Jeremiah 1:5
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