The ex said I might be mistaken for one of those religious types who never cut their hair and wear mesh caps. This from the man who found me hot enough to buy me sex toys? What I read is, Change everything about your self in hopes of finding a man. Entire blogs are devoted to the topic of gray hair. Just check out these opinion pieces from the New York Times and Oprah. I’m happy with how it looks and when I look in the mirror, I see a confident woman who’s not afraid to show her age.
Maybe if I dyed my hair, I’d have more success finding Mr.
Right – wasn’t that what my two survey respondents were telling me? I want to look good on a date – maybe I’ll wear a touch of mascara and lipstick.
For the sake of this post I have to mention her husband was white.
And while most people on the page responded favorably, there were some really glaring, bigoted comments from black women who told her she “had a lot of nerve” posting that picture in a 4C hair board, knowing how white people have historical rejected it.
If you push her into hurrying up, so she can still do something with the rest of her day (yes, I’ve been told this before), she will try to speed up the process.
But this just means that her hair will break even more as she will treat it with less patience. 4: Yes, she does need all those hair products Yes, sweet Lord yes.Some months ago, I decided to conduct a survey, albeit a small one.I like to date, and I wanted to know what men are looking for in a woman’s online dating profile: I consulted a 20-something blogger and a 68-year-old ex-lover.It didn’t 24 hours before I was disgusted enough to get out.One woman posted a giddy message about her big chop, telling the group that her husband hadn’t seen her natural hair in eight years, but he loved it.Another one suggested she was bragging because she had a white man.