A lot of people ask me this question: How do I know if I’m black?
I’ve written about this before, so here’s my answer: A black person’s hair looks different from a white person’s.
When you see someone who looks like a black person, they are probably more likely to be a person of color.
But if you see a person with the same hair color as you, you are more likely than a white or a Hispanic person to be African American.
If your hair is blonde or black, chances are it’s from Africa.
You may not be as interested in the color of your hair as you are in the texture of your scalp, and you may not have as much of an idea of your skin tone.
For example, my father-in-law is African American, and my mom has blonde hair.
She’s been in the beauty industry for 30 years, so I’m pretty sure she’s got the same scalp texture and hair color that I do.
I guess that’s just how it is.
But I’m also a huge fan of hair dye.
When I was in college, I went to the salon and bought my own hair dye, and it was awesome.
But my hair was dyed in a way that looked like I had been wearing it for years.
I got a lot of compliments.
When someone asks me what color my hair is, I can’t tell them, because it looks so natural.
I don’t know if it’s because I’m an afro-american or if it just comes naturally to me.
My dad-in toto me was born in Nigeria, and he had dark hair when I was a kid, but he always thought it was black, which is why I love to play basketball and play football.
I have a lot in common with the people who are my neighbors and people who live in my neighborhood.
I’m just like them.