All the Curly Hair Comics by Tall N Curly
Here, you will find all the curly hair comics by Tall N Curly, a tall and curly female human lost on Earth. Me.
Do you also wear wear your natural hair? If you do, you know how much of a blessing it is... or maybe you don't. Maybe you're still struglling with curly hair problems like most of us curly haired girls do.
Whether you've always been natural, are transitioning after a life of relaxing, or are simply trying to grow your hair knowing it will take you forever to reach the desired length because of shrinkage and/or breakage, you're in the right place.
Take a deep breath, let your mane unleash like the one of a lion around your head and scroll through my comics. You'll soon feel better knowing that you're not alone trying to figure out how the living beast on top of your head works, that you're not the only one who spends hours washing it, who tried each and every curly hair product on Earth and tried thousands of home made curly hair care recipes trying to get rid of frizz.
You'll see that every curly girl loves and hates her hair at the same time, depending on her mood, on the time she could spend on it before leaving the house, or on the weather. You might even find some tips, like what are the hair growth fruits you should eat?
Whatever it is you're going through with your mane, you'll learn the pros and cons of curly hair and eventually realize that you're actually blessed with a crown, as long as you take care of it and let it be wild and free. ;)
This story was sent by Lyric – thank you for sharing lady ;) I think it speaks for itself.
You’re tall? You’re curly? You’re both? Then you’ve probably heard one of these before, and the chances are great you’ve heard them zillions of times: “How tall are you?” “You’re so tall!” “Have you ever thought about relaxing your hair?” “Can I touch your hair?” “You’re so tall why do you wear high heels?” “How’s […]
I’m proud, happy and excited to have been invited by Today.com to create a comic about curly hair :)
When they contacted me, they said they wanted a comic celebrating curls. That’s it. So I started thinking, and sketching and drawing, and next thing I knew, I had created over 65 images. Curls do that to me, you know :)
That avalanche of comics couldn’t fit on their website, so we agreed that I would post the ones they couldn’t keep here on the blog.
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Here’s a Curly Kinky Hair Business comic based on Mikki’s true story. When someone asks a person with curly or kinky hair to do something with their hair NOW and they say no, it’s generally for a good reason. Here’s why.
So there you are. You’ve spent years learning to love your curly hair. And now you do. But you like change, so sometimes you straighten it. And then you ask “Why God.”
It always happens doesn’t it? You wake up, you look at yourself in the mirror, and suddenly this amazingly bright idea pops into your head : today you want braids.
Not the let’s-take-an-appointment-at-the-hair-salon-next-week kind of braids.
The right-now kind. The it-will-only-take-an-hour-or-so kind.
Over the past decades, curly hair went through many fashion styles and trends. Sometimes celebrated, at other times discredited, it went from its most natural state to chemical transformations of all kinds. Thankfully, nowadays, curly hair is back into fashion yaaay !
But now that we know everything about the past and present of curls, what about their future ??
As a tall and curly girl, I’m used to people asking me about my height and hair but somedays it feels like things turn into some huge conspiracy.