My Natural Hair Journey has been an extremely positive experience for me. On this 2nd Naturalversary, I am proud to say that I’d do it all over again. In a heartbeat!
Stop holding on to split ends as they lead to thinning and damage. Bring in the new year with a fresh trim. Here’s some tips for trimming your own natural hair at home…
The Design Essentials Coconut & Monoi Collection gives dry, thirsty hair new life. See how I used the products to create one of my favorite hairstyles.
As much as I love rocking my fro, protective styling is sometimes necessary to give the hair a break. One of my favorite protective styles is Bantu Knots. They look so cute & edgy!
4c Naturalistas, go forth and slay, with them edges laid. Here’s 6 edge control gels that I’ve tried on my unruly 4c edges. Read on to see which works best!
I want to make sure naturalistas with type 4c hair knows how beautiful, versatile and unique your hair is. Even in it’s natural state, sans manipulation.
A Finger Coil Out Fauxhawk is my favorite way to style my 4c Tapered TWA. The style is edgy, funky, chic, super cute and so easy to achieve. Take a look!
As a 4c naturalista, dull, frizzy hair can be a major issue. Want shiny natural hair? These products keep my tresses frizz free, glossy and shiny.
Flat Twist Out Tutorial with perm rods to secure ends. My hair did not come out exactly as planned, but I was able to easily fix it. Check out the tutorial!