A collage of a Cambodian woman and her curly hair journey

Hair History

How did you learn that it wasn’t attractive to not have straight hair? Was it through classmates at school? Were your parents adamant about the way you appeared? Has the media shaped your understanding of your own beauty and identity?

We’re inviting you to join our Commit To Your Curls Club and share your personal HAIR HISTORY for our September theme.

HAIR HISTORY:

– Share the history of your hair including what inspired you to go on your hair journey and what keeps you motivated. 

– Post to your story and feed

– Tag @APICurls #APICurls

– Entries will be shared on APIC stories + feed

We look forward to learning more about your personal journey!

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