People are still raving about Sunday night’s VMA’s for many reasons. The fashion, the performances, the aftermath and the silent competition. It’s all still what we call “a thing.” I absolutely live for the fashion of the red carpets and I always make it my business to relive the outfits on the days following. This time in in awe and a little preturbed at the same time. The saying goes, what’s good for the goose should be good for the gander. However, in the case of celebrities, not quite the truth.
The stance on this subject for me is plain and simple. NO! I don’t feel that a child that young should wear weave. Can it be cute and entertaining? Yes, however, it can send the wrong message. Children, at any age but especially under 6, are very impressionable and inquizitive. They may not fully understand that weave and any other type of enhancement is a choice and an expression, not a necessity. They should be encouraged to love the skin their in and embrace how they were made rather than to look for ways to change it. I am in no way saying that these women do not encourage or support their children but I am saying that these girls should love who they truly are. Blue Ivy, especially, has been scrutinized about having kinky, dry, and unkempt hair so altering her look may prove the haters right. Anybody hear me? Maybe not!
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