We all have those days when the whether won’t let you be great. Yesterday was one of those days for me. I was inspired by Natural Chica to do a flat twist-twist out. Its been a while since I’ve done one. The best part about flat twist is they can be really cute. You can rock them […]
Archives for September 2013
On September 28th will celebrate 8 Years of Marriage. I was twenty and he was twenty-three. Beside Natural Hair Rules.com he has been my constant. All anniversary’s are a blessing but this one is really dear to my heart.
5 Lessons Learned for Growing Long Natural Hair. Growing your hair to longer lengths requires patience, consistent effort, time, and consideration. While the journey to natural hair is a complex one, the journey to longer length hair is complex as well. You will learn a lot along the way including: your patience level, if long hair is for you and more. Read more for All the Things You’ll Learn When Growing Long Natural Hair.
5 Ingredients You Need To Start Making Your Own Natural Hair Products. These are base ingredients that you can use solo or combined with other ingredients.
3 Tips To Help You Determine Whether Your Hair Products are Cancerous or Not. Because cancer is a scary word you should have the facts.
How often should you trim your ends is a frequently asked natural hair question.
Are you on the fence about doing your big chop or holding out for a long transition? Deciding to do your big chop can be major especially if you’ve never had short hair, or were very young when you began chemically altering your texture. There are many factors to consider as it regards to your personal head of hair.
Natural Hair… It’s Not a Straight Journey. In fact, it’s winding. Spirally… to be exact. Hurdles you may face during your natural hair journey and how you can overcome them.
Melissa Harris-Perry has a message for 7-year-old Tiana Parker and all the other little black girls in our communities who have been made fun of or pushed back on because of their hair. She says, “your beauty and choices are limitless.”
Dr. Yaba Blay, co-Director and Assistant Teaching Professor of Africana Studies at Drexel University, compiled letters of support and photos from women with dreadlocks for Tiana Parker, little girl sent home for dreads.