Applicants of America's Next Natural Model Season 6
Wah gwan sistren? Im Jada Amarah Marsh, 19 going on 20 from West Palm Beach, Florida.
I am of Jamaican decent...Jamaica is a very diverse island my family consists of Syrian, Cuban, African, Costa Rican, and Indian people. In my family are people from the lightest ivory to the darkest Ebony. I am full time student at Florida Atlantic University, and more recently the mother of six month old Amir!
I have had natural hair all my life and I embrace it. My hair is interesting because the texture and curl pattern of my hair has changed throughout my life..when I was a toddler my hair was very silky and wavy with a loose curl pattern, similar to that of an Indian girl. As I got older, my hair thickened a little more and the curl pattern tightened. In 9th grade, I decided I couldn't STAND my thick locs because I felt like I couldn't do the hairstyles that I liked; and with NO cutting experience,I decided to attempt to thin out my hair with a shaving razor.
I was born on November 13 to Virginia Duncan (deceased) and father Robert Stevenson in Mobile Alabama.
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It makes me feel so alive and happy. I would be amazed if I had the opportunity to go to Paris! I have never even been out of the country. It would literally be the highlight of my life!
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Since I was six years old I have been receiving relaxers and it was not until my sophomore year of college that I decided to go natural.
At the time it was because I wanted my hair to grow longer and I was going to relax it after it was long enough, but my thoughts about natural hair soon changed.
I have been natural for the past 5 years and once I started my transition I found a community of natural hair women that I really bonded and fell in love with. Being natural helped me love myself in a new and complete way!