7 Reasons Why Men Prefer African/Black Women With Natural Hair

by Nana Tamakloe
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On the contrary to what many may think or is put out there on TV, or despite what some men are attracted to, men live a much easier life when their women maintain their natural hair. (Speaking in reference African women in particularly).

 

I recently wondered off into a discussion with my 2 colleagues, 1 who is currently now dating a lady with a very big curly weave following his break up with his former girlfriend for 5 years who wore a short length afro. In catching up, the conversation began querying about their break up, but entered a really interesting segment when he was making his comparison regarding their hair.




I could relate to a few of those points as I am dating a girl with a very low haircut but never thought of making the comparison. All three of us acknowledged a few points and the immense convenience of dating ladies with natural hair.

So with no further delay here are the many reasons why most men would prefer African women with natural hair….

1/ Natural Hair Ladies Take Less Time Needed To Get Themselves Together.

We’ve seen the viral memes, we seen it from our parents, and amongst ourselves, we know men are always disgruntled about how long it takes for a woman to get ready. Clothes is always an issue, but we also acknowledge the extra time it takes for you to organize your hair for the night, or even simply to come out from the room and say hello to guests.

2/ Less to clean up around the house, bed, bathroom sink and more.

Sink blocks and hair in the bath room are very common expectations from women who wear weave. This can get very horrible also on clothes and bed sheets. No need to dive into how much men hate pulling hair out of sinks. It’s possible one of the most disgusting activities in the world.

3/ No difficulty with smell, which often disturbs cozying up in bed.

Women who were weave usually aren’t able to wash their hair thoroughly. As they are placed through cornrow tracks the under get hot and sweaty over months. In many cased this creates odor that most recognise when they get close, this can be very disturbing during bed time.

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4/ Falling hair doesn’t jump into the mouth during intimate and bed times.

It’s not easy when you are trying to kiss your lady around the neck and you have to keep pulling and pulling strand after strand only to find out one managed to jump in your mouth. What is even scarier is the thought that you don’t know whose hair actually went in your mouth.

5/ A Few Things Partners With Weaves Can’t Do

Referencing this straight from my colleague “I can’t go to the beach with her, this whole December I’ve only been to the beach once and when we go she can’t get in”.

6/ A Lack Of Confidence In Weave Wearers Usually Not Found With Girls Who Go Natural

This will definitely rub ladies who wear weaves the wrong way. Yes we know not all ladies who wear weaves lack self esteem, we know not all attempt to look foreign, we know some wear it just for variations, etc and so forth. On the other hand, in the real world, us men just happen to come across the majority of weave wearers who can’t step out of their house when there is no weave on their heads. Who won’t take a picture with you when the extensions are out, who will actually miss an important day with you because they couldn’t get their hair done, and who will look at you like a devilish liar if you tell their they are beautiful without their weaves on. This can be worrisome at times, everyone loves their partner to know they are beautiful to some extent.

7/ It costs much less.

And finally, it costs much less. Yes ladies, can you believe you are paying for all that disturbance in your relationship? And in many cases guess who is paying for it? the one who is disturbed by it. Save yourself the trouble, it’s 2015/6 lol

Who knows, there is a chance that my colleagues and I are the minority. All I could do was listen in on the conversation and realize how free my world is with my woman. There surely are or could be a great list of men who have weighed up the pros and cons of natural hair in comparison to weaves and decided weaves works best for them.

In closing all women are beautiful as long as you believe you are, and this article is not a dig nor to discredit those who refuse to wear their hair natural, it’s just interesting facts I never considered regarding how much weight is lifted off a mans shoulder when his woman wears her hair natural. Let us know what you think.

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