“It’s like your body is telling you to wear the same hairstyle every day,” she said.
“The first day, I didn’t like it.
Then it went with me, and then it became my style.
It became my hairstyle.”
A few weeks later, she was having trouble with her hair and thought she’d look good without it.
She started using a hair comb, which she said helped to keep the comb in place.
Her hair went from looking “a little bit greasy” to being “perfectly natural.”
“It feels really good, it feels like a miracle,” she explained.
“It gives me a little bit of confidence.”
She’s now in a relationship and has never looked back.
“I feel like I’m doing something right,” she added.
“I don’t want to look like an outcast in the world.”
In a recent interview with the National Post, Alodia said she’s had some success with the natural hair products she uses, and said she was surprised by how much people have been surprised.
But she’s not done trying new hair products.
She’s planning on doing a full-length makeover in the coming weeks.
(A few weeks ago, she gave a presentation at a salon in Vancouver on the benefits of natural hair.)
“I can’t say I feel really good about myself,” she admitted.
“But I feel great.
I feel better than I have in a long time.”