Ariana Grande is a pop culture icon with record-breaking awards too numerous to list. A line in her song, “7 Rings” is a quasi-anthem for those of us in the hair-wearing community. The line gained viral popularity in the hair community largely because it validated something deeply personal. Memes and social media accounts snipped the lyrics from the song and paired it with a selfie showing their best hairdos. This was a way to show unabashed support for a movement where women want to be accepted whether their hair is home grown or store bought.
The reasons of wearing hair vary from person to person. But no one wants to be forced into giving a reason or justify the decision of choosing to wear hair. That could be partly why Grande’s casual mention of buying her hair hits a chord. Heather Taylor’s article also highlighted other reasons why the song inspires financial decisions. She interviewed small business owners, including the CEO of our team at Thin Hair Thick.
“You can buy the hair that you want,” said Young. “You do not have to be stuck with the hair that mother nature gave you. The ability to change your hair as often as you change your mind is incredibly liberating.”
Young said that the lyric suggests there are no limits. It’s a line that is incredibly important for women in caregiving roles to hear as they often equate their value with the ability to self-deprive and put the needs and comforts of others above their own.
Within eight musical downbeats: You like my hair? Gee, thanks just bout it. I see it, I like, I want it, I got it. Grande turns this self-imposed social construct upside down. She declares her needs and wants are within reach and not just a mirage to be put on the backburner of someday wishes. If you know exactly what your dream is and go out and work for it, you can buy the hair you want while cracking the secret code to success.
Read the complete article from gobankingrate.com, How Ariana Grande’s Hit ‘7 Rings’ Acts as a Financial Motivator