I love the natural hair movement! In a way it’s very feminist, it’s teaching women of all ages to love their natural selves when we have always been taught to ‘fix’ or ‘cover-up’ what is not the Western standard
My standards of beauty were pretty much my classmates’ hair or what I saw on TV and magazines, which was mostly long, straight hair, so those were my goals. It’s weird thinking about that phase now because I’ve totally embraced
I think is the funniest thing ever, because no matter how you feel about an outfit, your hair can never go wrong - your hair always saves the day. It's like the key piece in your closet, that statement clothing that
Lesley Buckle is best known for her blog FreshLenghts.co and for being the Asos Insider! We have been following Lesley's natural hair journey for ages through her social media and today, please grab a cup of tea and get to
Curly Essence:Tell us a little about the history of your curly hair (mostly negative things that you swear never commit).
Azha: I was about 8 years old when I got my first perm it was cute for about a year, perm