One hairstyle that I’ve struggled with has been the Bantu Knot Out. It seems fairly simple however it takes pure strategy to achieve the perfect results.
There’s one thing that all naturals have in common. We’ve all seen it. We’ve all heard of it. We’ve all been victim to it.
Shrinkage is one of those things that you can handle one of two ways.
two strand twist roller set
When I colored my hair, I decided to only color one side. I wanted the flexibility to hide my color and and to have a little “sass” for the different styles that I do.
It’s summer! What does that mean for my super thick natural hair? It means that every style I wear has one goal in mind.
If you are a part of the type 4 hair family, then you know that it is an absolute necessity to keep natural hair stretched.
My favorite style ever is the puff. If at all possible, I would wear it everyday. Of my life. At the same time, the puff can cause issues such as breakage, knots and tangles when worn too frequently.
One thing is for certain, every natural gal has had her set of victories and struggles. Here are 30 problems that every one of us can relate to. Enjoy.
I’ve heard a lot of chatter about a dry blowout. I saw a picture on Instagram and had to give it a whirl. Honestly, I am not sure if I will do it again. I don’t like combing my 4 c hair dry.
No one can argue that natural hair is here to stay. it’s not a trend or a fad. It’s a movement. A movement of women everywhere who are embracing their natural hair.
It’s a beautiful thing.
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