For young fifi, my future daughter and all the little Black girls who now have representation in movies. This was back in the 90s, and I was “Princess Jasmine.” The skin tone of my costume didn’t match. How powerful and moving is it that little dark skin girls will now have figures like Princess Shuri, the Doramilaje etc to dress up as and feel empowered? There’s levels to it! You can see yourself on the big screen, toys, costumes and more. This is more than a movie, it’s a MOVEMENT. This is why we celebrate so hard!
For me it's a NO NO.
A lot of companies are creating products that target type 4 hair which is great, but they are using a high percentage of glycerin doing so because it provides slip and "moisture". But it unfortunately DRIES my hair out!
It'll look good the first day and then end up looking a dry mess the next.
The problem with glycerin is that it can either work with you or against.
Depending on the dew point of where your living it will either draw moisture in your hair or out.
So if it's dry outside using a high glycerin based product is probably not the best option.