10 Things We Would Add To A #Growingupwithblackhair Hashtag

15-growing-up-black.w529.h352.2xBlack Twitter went crazy this week with the trending hashtag, #growingupblack. Topics ranged from those dreaded whoopings, to the omnipotent Robitussin, to watchful mothers. I decided to join in on the fun and put together a list based on what it was like growing up with Black hair:

1. Before holidays and big events, you had to “hold your ear” so that you didn’t get burned by one of these

hot comb

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About Hannah


Hannah, aka Quirk Queen is a college student by day and natural hair enthusiast by night. She has been fully natural for a full two years now and is never going back! She loves red velvet cupcakes and 90's black sitcoms. Watch your bobby pins around her... You can find her at: quirkqueen.wordpress.com IG: quirkqueen @quirkqueen_

About Hannah


Hannah, aka Quirk Queen is a college student by day and natural hair enthusiast by night. She has been fully natural for a full two years now and is never going back! She loves red velvet cupcakes and 90's black sitcoms. Watch your bobby pins around her... You can find her at: quirkqueen.wordpress.com IG: quirkqueen @quirkqueen_

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Comments

  1. Dreana McCall

    Dax was the joint. Beads. Braids. Ponytail twists with hairbows. Plaits after shampoos to prep for straightening comb. Yeah that’s MY #growingupwithBlackhair

  2. Aiesha Orpilla

    I would always tell my mom she was burning me with the hot comb and she would be like “Be quiet. It’s just the steam. Now hold your ear.” Lol ?

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