In the past few days, Cape Town’s weather has been very windy and quite unpleasant. This has brought two interesting revelations to me: 1) Skinny girls do have cellulite and 2) Girls, particularly black girls, have some serious issues going on underneath their weaves.
Thanks to the media, I had grown to believe skinny people have it all; the confidence, society’s acceptance and are cellulite free. Now I can announce (with an evil grin) that some skinny girls do in fact have, some orange-peel looking parts on their bodies. Well, that’s what the wind proudly displayed to me, with the help of some skinny girl’s itsy bitsy skirt
I have always known that it is almost impossible for black hair to be sleek and bouncy unless of course you relax it using some chemicals. However, most black girls make use of weaves and other hair extensions to achieve this look.
Looking at a weave wearing girl from a distance you would be convinced it does not get any more genuine than that. You would also think applying weave and hair extensions to one’s hair does not require much hassle, but what the wind has revealed states otherwise. I promise you, I did see a sewing thread sticking out of some girl’s hair! I saw missing hairlines that are meant to be perfectly hidden underneath the weave! I even saw patches of glue!!!
|Years of weaving is starting to catch up with Naomi Campbell.|