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?Am I the Only One Offended The Caption Says" For Black Women" Im Puerto RIcan Dominican And Polish I Appreciate All Types Of Hairstyles Textures and Braids I Have Siblings That Are Heavily Mixed Too They appreciate Braided hair Just Like Me Anybody Could Braid Their Hair And Look Good With Braids Braids Are Just A Hairstyle Not Culture Not Religion Not Colorism Braids Ant Just For African Hair Braids Are For Everybody Men and Women Babies Children Teenager the Elderly Any Gender Any Nationality Any Age Any Religion And Any Culture Can Rock These Hair Styles Without A Label
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Bitter Sweet You really shouldn’t be offended. I don’t understand why people get so offended when they see black in the title. Braids are very much a part of black culture. Our hair overall is a huge part of our culture. Yes anyone can wear braids but many of these styles would be too harsh on other hair types. That doesn’t mean they can’t try them but they can be damaging to other hair types especially on non-black hair. There is no reason to be offended or overly sensitive. If you see a style that you like then go for it and see if it works for you. The title stated black women because the majority of black women wear these styles.
Amy Kies Some of the styles in this video and many other videos like this one can be very damaging to the hair of women of other ethnicities. ANYBODY can wear box braids because they’re not as damaging. They are away from the scalp. Certain braid styles will literally break off fine hair textures. If you see a style that you like then go for it and try it out to see if it works for you.
Katie Harte Most of the styles in this video are geared towards black women. That isn’t to say that other women can’t try them. Some of these styles can be very damaging to non-African hair so other women with other hair types should proceed with caution. Why do y’all get so offended or overly sensitive? There are plenty of videos geared towards women of other races and ethnicities smh.
Ms Brownie Just say “other people” It just sounds weird when you say “They” as if their aliens and shiz. It’s not going to break their hair, considering they do braids anyways. Woah Vicky, for example, braids her hair into box braids and her hair is just fine.
Amy Kies I said you to speak to a wider spectrum of people, don't dig deep into my words, I didn't mean for it to cause offence. And if white people try the hairstyles it may break their hair due to their hair being of different texture
Jahcure1fan Well good for you lol. Most of the styles in this video are geared towards black women. That isn’t to say that other women can’t try them. Some of these styles can be very damaging to non-African hair so other women with other hair types should proceed with caution.
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Laura Philippe Yes Music, hair and dance aren’t about skin color but you have to give credit where credit is due. African people are responsible for much of the popular music, dances and beautiful hairstyles of today. That’s not taking anything away from other cultures and ethnicities but black people are the trendsetters and that is a fact. We also created all genres of music which is another fact. There’s no need to get upset. All people enjoy various aspects of all cultures which is a good thing.
Laura Philippe Most the styles were worn by the ancient Egyptians and the ancient Egyptians were black. Why are you so offended and overly sensitive? Most of the styles in this video and others like it can be very damaging to non-African hair with them being so close to the scalp. This video was geared towards black women because the majority of the women that wear these styles are black women. That is a fact. If you see a style that you like then go for it and see if it works out but if you don’t have afro hair texture then proceed with caution because some of these styles can literally break off non-African hair texture.
Most of these styles do originate from black culture / Africa. We invented these styles not whites. Yes whites where Dutch braids or two braids and one braids.However , these styles are made by us and in Africa some have a specific meaning.
margine louis I won't be ofended but braids dont came from black culture but from native americans.... and if u pay atention all the beautiful women in this video are black.
I'm just saying that hairstyles, music and dance are not about skin color
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