Big hair, don't care – right? Yeeeah, not so much. Although women with big, lush locks 👩🏽 are the envy of people with fine, lank, thin, limp, or short hair, it's no picnic all the time. It's hot, it's heavy, it's wild, and it can even give you a headache – all that weight, you know. It's horrifically hot in the summertime, it's the mortal enemy of every hair elastic ever invented, and it destroys your hat game as a matter of course. The higher the hair, the closer to heaven 😇, but if you have big, beautiful hair, I bet you know all about the struggle.
True facts, you can easily turn big hair into facial hair – and sometimes, it's not even on purpose.
Of course, you know better than to go out on a windy day when you're wearing your hair down.
This is not your idea of a soul sister, tbh.
It's a massacre, honestly – thousands and thousands of precious, stretchy lives lost because they could not withstand the pressure of holding in your hair.
You know you're in for a rough day when you start off by breaking your brush for the tenth time.
They all flatten your hair and make you feel like your brain is about to be squeezed out of your ears.
No matter what you do, your hair spills out and probably ends up in your mouth.
Not only is it distracting as hell, but it effectively ruins your hairdo of the day.
There's no way the people behind you can see over your big bun, no way.
You just break your brush, really.
Humidity just makes your hair bigger and sweatier, then it laughs at you.
Because who knows what's hiding in there – knives, needles, grenades, Elvis.
Half of them are still lost in your hair, though.
They never fit, they never cover your ears, and you've probably broken a pair before – thank goodness for earbuds, right?
If you put it up while before it's dry, it will still be wet seven days later.
The “quarter-size dollop” you're supposed to use is more like seventy-five cents, ha!
Half a bottle of conditioner every time and you still have mad tangles when you get out.
Who out there has big hair? Tell us your woes!
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