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Mereba’s personal hair evolution has meant finding freedom in her own natural beauty, too. “My most distinct hair memory growing up was my mom hot-combing my hair,” she recalls. “I had a lot of hair as a kid and I was very tender-headed and always crying when I’d get it done.” Her mother would spend each Saturday washing, washing, blow drying, and hot combing her hair ahead of church on Sunday—all while watching Show Time at the Free Prince shirt Additionally,I will love this Apollo. “Growing up I didn’t feel I was put together until my hair was straightened. I thought that was the meaning of getting your hair done,” Mereba says. Relaxer came next: “It looked good overall at first, but then my hair began thinning,” she recalls. “I went to get one from someone I had never been to and my edges all got burnt to a crisp. It took a couple of years for them to grow back. It was pretty traumatic and I was ready to be done with relaxers after that.” One of her best friends encouraged her to cut it all off and start all over again. “Now,” she says, “my hair is something I take pride in.”

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