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Its okay to call myself natural because this is all of my hair and I dont wear too much makeup right Youre telling me that false lashes would make me fake but what about heels What about a really good bra Is that okay Am I natural because I reject myself or because I dont accept the version of me society thinks I should Historically it was deemed unnatural for some of us to have our say follow our hearts or to use the same restroom as others Isnt it beginning to sound like natural is this term used to impart our beliefs on how we think others should be living But If its your world your groove your thing and in your heart of all hearts natural should be exercising your authenticity to me its celebrating the lifestyle Ive chosen Its who I am not what others think I should beFirst of all while the whole natural community blossomed I felt somehow I got roped in I started living my life doing what I thought others would want As a result I began stifling my creativity and voice Notably I have always been a girl who enjoys experimenting with new hairstyles Hair is important to me because it expresses a part of my personality Ive worn my hair in many ways from long and straight to short and curly weaves It was a late night while I was surfing through the internet particularly to find a new hairstyle because I was getting intensely bored with my hair at the time As I laid along the edge of my bed searching endlessly through Google images trying to find the perfect look for me I found nothing Maybe it was because I had worn every style anyone could name Im not sure but I kept searching As I continued my voyage I immediately thought YouTube a renowned video archive would be the place to
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