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Whether you re curly, directly, or someplace in between, you`ve most likely said something comparable to, Ugh, I dislike my hair, at one point or another. And with the wide variety of hair-altering items out there, accepting your natural texture is difficult AF.
Which is why we enjoying that style blogger and London-based photography student Dazhane Leah is showing off women's natural texture with an afro art task that`s not only eliciting some significant hair envy, however calling interest to the beauty of going au natural.
The collection of images, dubbed Afro Bloomin, intends to commemorate the natural hair of all ethnic backgrounds and break down negative stereotypes.
"I've read, seen for myself, and been informed by friends and family about the unfavorable experiences they've had when wearing their natural hair," says Dazhane in an interview with Mashable. "An afro is a declaration and the hairstyle itself represents and holds so much history and passion and represents so much.
She includes, "Society informs us that our natural, God-given kinks and curls is not 'good hair. Natural hair, no matter what way a person chooses to wear it must equally fit societies requirements of 'excellent hair.".Dazhane, you`ve hit the nail on the head. Whatever your natural texture, reveal it some love.