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Author Topic: Leona Lewis Health Scare Inspires Her To Quit Straightening Her Hair  (Read 7368 times)

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Leona Lewis began to straighten her hair at the age of 20 after she was signed to her first record label. She shares this fact in an essay written on Glamour.com about the reason she decided to embrace her natural textures after several years under the flatiron.

Initially, Leona Lewis was new to the industry and was influenced by the many beautiful women in the media who all had straight hair.

?Gradually I started wearing my hair straight too, especially on photo shoots, where a lot of stylists didn?t know what to do with my curly hair? she said. She also admits to feeling more ?polished? and got comfortable straightening her hair for years.



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