“A woman’s hair is her crowning glory and her ticket to gain confidence.”
From the shoulder-length thick hair, to the shinny long thin hair, I managed to wear a woman’s crowning with confidence.
I had this hairstyle when I was processing my professional license. I love my bangs as it hides my eyes most the time. Yet I was also disgusted by how ‘grumpy’ it look. My hair was thick, dry and frizzy. Thankfully, I got over this hairstyle after two months.
My hair has grown long after a couple of months. But it was still thick, a little curly, frizzy, and now colored with dark brown. What I love about this hairstyle was, I made big curls from it. The hairstyle does a little wonder on my round face when I was terrified in front of my desktop.
Just days before the Valentine’s Day of 2013, I rushed to the salon and told my hairdresser to give my hair a beautiful twist. She transformed my then thick, curly, dry, frizzy hair into a sleek hairstyle. And I love this one so far that I intend to keep it this way until another chapter of my life opens.
The transformation of my hairstyle does show how much my philosophy changed. With my thick hair, I was not confident to show the world what I got. I was not able to fight my rights as a human person, a friend, a colleague, or even an employee before. Now that I have a new hairstyle, I can stand and fight with confidence, dignity and own persona.