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GIVEAWAY: African Pride [#FreeToBeMe Black History Month Giveaway]

In celebration of Black History Month, African Pride would like to present the #FreeToBeMe Giveaway. For the entire month of February. The Curvy readers can enter to win a full set of the African Pride Olive Miracle or Shea Butter Miracle Collection.
APSheaButterMirDisplay

APSheaBMSilkyHairMoist12oz

APSheaBMSilkyEdgesGel6oz

APSheaBMLeaveInCond15oz

APSheaBMGrowthOil6oz

APSheaBMDetShampoo12oz

APSheaBMButteryCreme6oz

APSheaBMBouncyPudding15ozEnter to win:

You must tweet @Curvy, @myafricanpride and use the #FreeToBeMe hashtag. Answer this question: How do you embrace freedom when styling your hair? We will be selecting two winners. Please also share a picture of your hair. (Picture not required, but recommended)

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  1. I embraced the change and freedom of my hair almost 2 years ago when I transitioned from having relaxed hair to being completely natural. I’ve always liked my hair to be a bit messy and was never really one of those women who insisted on having every strand in place. Being natural means I’m even less focused on having “perfect looking hair.” I’ve found that my hair has natural curl patterns and twists that I didn’t know about previously. I don’t fight my hair and have learned that it quite often has a mind of its own. I’ve embraced the fact that I have to work with my hair and not try to force it to behave like someone else’s natural mane. When styling, I’m able to create a variety of styles from twists, flat iron, braids, cornrows, etc.

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