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Locked out <span class="emoji emoji1f511"></span><span class="emoji emoji1f511"></span>
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Locked out 🔑🔑
Couldn’t have said it better myself
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Couldn’t have said it better myself
When life gives you lemons... sniff ‘em 🍋🍋🍋
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When life gives you lemons... sniff ‘em 🍋🍋🍋
My first shopping trip in a while. Thank you @taylormorrisofficial for inviting to me to your gorgeous ...
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My first shopping trip in a while. Thank you @taylormorrisofficial for inviting to me to your gorgeous new store on Golborne Road 😎😎 Try to wear a face cover when in busy public spaces to help protect yourself and those around you. #LondonIsOpen #shoplocal #taylormorris
Smashed this in three days. It’s amazing! 🖤🖤 #darkseries3 #netflix
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Smashed this in three days. It’s amazing! 🖤🖤 #darkseries3 #netflix
A few years ago I got braids for the first time. I was so excited, it was a style I’d ALWAYS wanted but ...
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A few years ago I got braids for the first time. I was so excited, it was a style I’d ALWAYS wanted but my parents wouldn’t let me when I was younger. I lived in a very white area and I was brought up mostly by white parents (my parents are divorced), I’m not sure they would have even known where to send me to get my hair braided. I hated my curly hair for as long as I could remember and straightened it to the point of it falling out because it was so damaged, but I thought straight hair was beautiful and my hair was not. Braids seemed like a way to have the best of both worlds, hide my natural hair and protect it at the same time . The response I got was very very torn. I had people telling me it would affect my work, that I wouldn’t get hired for jobs. I had people who said it was beautiful. I said people who said I was ‘brave’ and they wouldn’t braid their hair because they would “look too black”. I had people who told me they didn’t like it, that I was trying too hard. I had people who didn’t really care, it’s just a hairstyle. I hadn’t realised how polarising something I decided to do with my OWN hair would be and that I would get such a vocal reaction from people. I took the braids out after stressing about work specifically. I stressed about those braids to no end despite the fact I loved them. I can now look back on this and see it for what it was. A judgement of what black women do with their hair, and a judgement on mixed raced women doing something that aligns more with their black heritage than their white heritage. Do whatever the hell you want with your hair as long as YOU love it! I don’t know why I wanted to post this but I did and I have so there you go! X
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Curlz
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Photobombed by a shoulder <span class="emoji emoji1f44d"></span>🏽
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Photobombed by a shoulder 👍🏽
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Exciting news 😁😁
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