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If you were dealing with any self-esteem issues prior to watching this, I am almost certain it went out the window as you saw these women handling their business!!!! It is such an encouragement to actually be able to vision yourself in the workplace spreading your positive energy like this!
LOVE THIS COMMERICAL!!!!!!
I love the video.
Anonymous – Cut your hair..and be confident.
lol..they better WORK!
aww the music is changed on this one… I like the busta rhymes one… ohhh well the message is imperative.
I absolutely LOVEEEEE this commercial… I saw it a while back and was in such awwww. It speaks to soooo much truth.
This is awesome my daughters and I going natural and in the process there are so many who do not understand that we are empowering ourselves. My youngest daughter who is in a leadership program with the AKA's was told not to have her hair braided for the leadership ball. It's truely bad when your own sisters can't embrace our unique hair that is a gift from God. Our hair is our glory.
love love love this!!!
I love this commercial! OMG the young woman with the teal suit has the most beautiful hair.
Anonymous @5:45pm, cut your hair and do your thing. I think you'll be surprised at how many people will either think your hair looks cute or find others that won't have the same insecurities that we have about our hair. Don't think the worst case scenario.. what if you cut it and your hair gets so many compliments that you're getting positive attention? We have to set the standard at some point. One of us has to be the first. I had to look at it like this, it was between me and God.. nobody else. Good luck!!
This is actually one of my biggest fears about doing the BC; I work in a department where I am only one of 2 black females and there is only one other black male…while people have liked my transitioning hair I'm afraid there may be a bit of an uproar if I showed up with a TWA… IDK. I'm sure as far as HR is concerned there's not much the could say legally, but still, living somewhere where blacks make up less than 1% of the population, I already kind of feel like a "freak of nature" as it is; any helpful hints?
ahaa..cutee commerciaal….they should play this on actual tv.
Wonderful!! Long overdue!! I wish the ol skool folks could see this and understand that embracing your natural hair only empowers you and that you don't have to conform to 'society' to be accepted in the workplace. I wish I could send this to everyone who has ever uttered the words "you go to work with your hair like that?"