Hairstylists, beauty editors, and influencers have called for change when it comes to the words we use to talk about natural hair. ‘Unruly’ and ‘difficult’ are just two words that it’s important to shelve. Their negative connotations are enough to make anyone feel uncomfortable, and I know I’m not alone. Women have long reported microaggressions when their hair is curly, for example, including touching and suggestions that big hair should be tied up to appear smaller or flatter. Conversely, the bedhead hair trend seems to encourage volume but, judging by social media, mainly in Caucasian hair types.