The American conservative is reporting that the curly hair trend may have been triggered by the election of Donald Trump, who claimed that women’s hair is naturally curly and that it is natural to have a straight, curly hair.
The conservative says that this may be because women who grew up with curly hairstyles are “more likely to wear them than those who grew them later in life, so they have more curly hair than those with straight hair”.
He claims that this could also be due to a belief that women who have naturally curly hair will be less attractive to men, as they are less likely to get attractive looks.
The author of the blog post says that his comments reflect the opinions of a small group of women who were raised with curly haircuts and are now living their lives in a new way.
“We all have curly hair, some of us have a longer curly hair and some of our hair is curly,” the author, who goes by The American Heritage, wrote.
You are going to have some hair, but you are going not be 100 percent curly.”‘”
We are not trying to say women are inherently bad looking, but we are just saying that you can’t be 100 per cent natural.
You are going to have some hair, but you are going not be 100 percent curly.”‘
Crazy curly’ hairThe author went on to say that while the hair may be straight, it is not always straight.
“You could say that a lot of people who grew curly hair are crazy curly, that they have curls on the sides and they are a little more feminine, that is crazy curly hair,” he said.
The American Heritage author has written three blog posts, one about the origins of curly hair before the Trump administration took office, one on the phenomenon of the “Crazy Cuff” and another about curly hair in 2017.
He has also written two books, one called The Creme Cup and another called The Shampoo.
The Creme-Cup, which he describes as “an ode to the best curls in the world”, is a book which explores curly hair history and culture in Australia.
It was published in February 2017.
The book is set to be released on Tuesday.
It comes after the Australian National University (ANU) released a report that found that a whopping 97 per cent of Australians aged between 18 and 34 have curly or curly hair that is naturally straight.
More than 50 per cent have some form of hair loss, and more than 40 per cent suffer from hair loss.