Since I was a little girl, everyone would always play with the curls on my head. As I grew up, I was tired of waking up every morning with crazy frizzy hair, hiding my curls into a high bun every day for school, or straightening my hair because I was self-conscious about it. I didn’t believe my curls were beautiful so I tried to get rid of them. It wasn’t until I was in college that I started to wear my hair down and let my curls free, after finally believing the truth that my God created me in a uniquely beautiful way. When I realized that my curls weren’t going anywhere, I chose to love them. I wish the book, Curlee Girlee was around when I was younger because I relate to the girl in the story and really think that younger girls can be encouraged to love their curls through this story. Curlee Girlee makes curls seem fun and beautiful. The grandma in the story is my favorite part because she reminds of my own grandma who also has curly hair. I’ve always wanted to be just like her so I guess having curly hair like her is a good start. My hair exemplifies who I am: messy, imperfect & fun.

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