Call me T-Ema,
And let me take you to my world..
In short, I am a young female who was born in a judgemental society, where beauty means blonde straight hair and blue eyes. While in fact, only a few number of people had such physical features all over the country. I am Egyptian. This means I am always being bullied for my dark color and curly hair.
Imagine your life as a child with hundreds of daily negative comments on your voluminous, curly and frizzy hair. The way people stare, whispere, laugh and make comments on how my hair looks like and how it should have always put me down.
I suffered psychological disturbances because of people's negative comments when I was 10. Now I am 24 and I decided to love myself the way I am.
I followed the curly hair routine that significantly improved my self-esteem. My hair has always been curly and it will remain the same. Moreover, I am not going to use chemicals to straighten my hair just to be accepted. The matter is how I feel about it now. People never stop bullying, but when I am confident, I can defend my nature more strongly.
I can not imagine myself getting back to the days I used to tuck my hair tightly in order to straighten it. The sad days when I daily used heat to look a little prettier in people's eyes. I can not get back to those days.
I need your support to buy curly hair products that are pretty expensive for me, specially with me having long, heavy hair. Your one-dollar donation will also help me get free hair products for curly girls i see in the street in order to encourage them love their nature.
My dream is to set a natural hair salon and teach young ladies to love themselves no matter what hair type they have.
Support the diversity in how we look like by supporting curly girls and helping them keep their curls curling💚
Donate $1 and keep me in love with my hair. Help me remain different