In the Caribbean, a rigid dichotomy exists: Either you’re “blessed” with pelo bueno–good hair or “cursed” with pelo malo–bad hair. Naturally, a woman’s ancestral DNA has much to play in the “good hair/bad hair” phenomenon. If she has more African slave blood coursing through her veins, she’s more likely to have pelo malo. But if her ancestral line is mostly Spanish, she’ll considered “blessed” to have been born with naturally shiny and soft tresses.
You’ll find the rest of my guest post by clicking on the Perennial Gen link below.