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My grandmother used to ask, 'When are you going to fix your hair?'

Meet Hilary Grant Dixon, author of the delightful children’s book, Maggie Sinclair, Will You Please Fix Your Hair?! When Hilary was growing up, her grandmother would teasingly ask, “When are you going to fix your hair?” As Hilary explains: “There’s nothing to fix… it’s not broken.”

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Hilary used to get her hair relaxed, but she’s been natural for years… and is now raising three naturally curly girls. Check out her story in the clip above, and for more episodes of The Curls Room, click right here.

My grandmother used to ask, 'When are you going to fix your hair?'

Meet Hilary Grant Dixon, author of the delightful children’s book, Maggie Sinclair, Will You Please Fix Your Hair?! When Hilary was growing up, her grandmother would teasingly ask, “When are you going to fix your hair?” As Hilary explains: “There’s nothing to fix… it’s not broken.”

MaggieCVR-CS-8.5-x-7.75-SM-copy-300x274

Hilary used to get her hair relaxed, but she’s been natural for years… and is now raising three naturally curly girls. Check out her story in the clip above, and for more episodes of The Curls Room, click right here.

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