kitt66 replied to your photoset:Yay!  I found the other bit of footage from The…

Seemingly this and The Hour mark the only roles where Peter’s hair could be deemed to be completely under control

And yet we know it is all just an illusion since ungelled of course it looked like THIS

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(from The Ladykillers opening night video)

ETA: because how can I possibly resist

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(From BBC Breakfast some considerable time later in the run of the play and boy can you see the physical difference)

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I hate seeing other natural girls insulting black girls who wear weave unless you been natural all your life then hush up! Because at one point you use to wear weave too. I also hate seeing black girls who weave bashing naturals for embracing and wearing their natural hair. Like whyy? You’re bashing someone for embracing something they were born with? Just because you wear your natural it doesn’t make you a better person than someone who wear weave. And just because someone wear weave it doesn’t mean they don’t love themselves. 

"Willow cut her hair because her beauty, her value, her worth is not measured by the length of her hair. It’s also a statement that claims that even little girls have the RIGHT to own themselves and should not be a slave to even their mother’s deepest insecurities, hopes and desires. Even little girls should not be a slave to the preconceived ideas of what a culture believes a little girl should be." - Jada Pinkett Smith

Oh my lawd THIS! I need it in a shirt,blanket,towels, jeans cups everything! I don’t how many time I have heard somebody say “oh the whole natural thing is not for everybody” and I’m usually like what do you mean its not for everybody? Its grows on our head naturally so what do you mean by that? Or do you mean that its hard to embrace our natural hair cause you been conditioned to believe “if ain’t straight or silky it ain’t good hair”? Or do you REALLY mean that a girl wearing her natural hair is not for her? I mean its not a piece of clothes so what do you really mean when you say “going natural is not for everybody?

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