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Naomi Campbell Reveals Bald Spots During Vacation

Thu., Aug. 9, 2012 7:35 AM EST
by Nicholas Robinson

Beyoncé

Beyoncé’s lion’s mane of golden locks may be luscious, but sometimes her lace-front is way too obvious, like in this photo.

 

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  • SherriEtienne

    Woo child! I swear, the lengths we go to for beauty are truly damaging in the end. I know the feeling though. I have had perms for most of my life and when glue-in weaves became popular, I jumped on board for that as well. Now years later, I too suffer from thinning. Fortunately, I’m not down to just scalp, but my hair is thin in areas and all I can do is pray that with proper care (in my natural state) it grows back luscious and healthy.

    I must admit, going natural is definitely an adjustment and I truly miss my hair being styled, but the thought of what it will look like in a few months (its been 2 weeks since the big chop) has me gassed. My curiosity is peaked over here and I can’t wait to see the results. I would encourage all black women to look at these pictures as if it were there own head and decide what’s more important. How good you look to that man when you meet him, or you’ll look to that man once you take it off (I’m Gon’ Git You Sucka)… Besides, you can go natural and still rock a sew-in weave or a wig (Beyonce does, Solange does), and at least your hair will be strong and beautiful underneath. I’d rather be Gabby Douglas nappy (SMH at ignorance) with 2 Gold Medals and $90 million, than Beyonce beautiful with itchy edges and broke as hell!

    Its sad that for some of these women though (black women) the damage is irreversible and there is no turning back.

    Love You First,
    Smoochez

  • SherriEtienne

    Woo child! I swear, the lengths we go to for beauty are truly damaging in the end. I know the feeling though. I have had perms for most of my life and when glue-in weaves became popular, I jumped on board for that as well. Now years later, I too suffer from thinning. Fortunately, I’m not down to just scalp, but my hair is thin in areas and all I can do is pray that with proper care (in my natural state) it grows back luscious and healthy.

    I must admit, going natural is definitely an adjustment and I truly miss my hair being styled, but the thought of what it will look like in a few months (its been 2 weeks since the big chop) has me gassed. My curiosity is peaked over here and I can’t wait to see the results. I would encourage all black women to look at these pictures as if it were there own head and decide what’s more important. How good you look to that man when you meet him, or you’ll look to that man once you take it off (I’m Gon’ Git You Sucka)… Besides, you can go natural and still rock a sew-in weave or a wig (Beyonce does, Solange does), and at least your hair will be strong and beautiful underneath. I’d rather be Gabby Douglas nappy (SMH at ignorance) with 2 Gold Medals and $90 million, than Beyonce beautiful with itchy edges and broke as hell!

    Its sad that for some of these women though (black women) the damage is irreversible and there is no turning back.

    Love You First,
    Smoochez

  • http://www.zoboprepublic.wordpress.com/ zobop republic

    Wow!… I’m truly distrubed by what I see!  I hope Naomi likes going bald because it might happen.

  • Fernleaf Slavoman

    I just do not understand why these women wear those weaves.   In the end it does not enhance their looks it just take away their natural hair and have them looking like they are recuperating from serious burns to their scalp.  The only people benefiting from this is the people who sell it to them.  They (the manufacturers and the retailers) probably are having a good laugh all the way to the bank.  They look like horrible creatures with this disgusting look.  Sooner or later they will not be able to wear the weaves and they will not have any natural hair left.   Ladies embrace your originality with grace.  Women, Why do you wear these longass weaves that make you look like ridiculous creatures?  Why?