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23 Beauty Struggles Black Women Gotta Deal With

To chop or not to chop?

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1. People constantly ask if they can touch your hair.

when u 4-5 seconds from wildin’ #blackgirlproblems :)

(This happens way more than people think because for some reason we're a walking petting zoo.)

4. You'll place the last bobby pin in and then all of a sudden your BFF wants to chill.

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"Sorry, I'm in for the night."

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6. You know that getting your hair done is no laughing matter.

*brings three meals and two books*

8. And combing your hair oftentimes means going to war.

When you combing your hair & your comb breaks < #blackgirlproblems

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10. You'll try to sleep without tossing and turning.

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11. (It has literally gotten to the point where you've developed another sense.)

“@ScripchaSpitter: RT @JuanaKono: #blackgirlproblems ” it's actually true 😂😂

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14. You'll do your hair without realizing what the weather holds.

"@YuPdaTeXiSt: Full Body Umbrella " when i straightened my hair on a rainy day @jazzybazzy20 #BlackGirlProblems 😂😂

It's a game of weather roulette EVERY DAY.

16. You have to deal with well-meaning friends with the dumbest of jokes.

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"Haha OMG, yeah almost as dark as me!"

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17. You have a 20-step routine to keep your curls looking good.

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Shampoo, lightly condition, comb, twist, dry, squeeze, oil, braid, bun, pin, massage, dampen, sing a lullaby, play hide-and-seek, watch Frozen with them, and repeat.

19. When you move to a new place, you have to find a new hairstylist/BFF/confidant.

Going away to school means having to look for a new hair salon/create a new hair regimen. #blackgirlproblems

"Hi, I was just wondering, do you have any experience in dealing with 'ethnic' hair?"

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21. You have to deal with the fact that your DNA can become a fad.

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22. You always have to explain that black hair comes in all colors, styles, and lengths.

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There's nothing wrong with natural curls, locs, braids, relaxed, weaved, short, long, straight, kinky — we're all beautiful.