When people ask me how long I’ve been natural, I usually give them the short answer- that I did my big chop in October of 2009. What I leave out is that that was actually my SECOND big chop! Yep. I went natural once before… but I hated it!
We’ve all had times when we try out a new style or even attempt one that we’ve done before and, for whatever reason, it’s a complete fail! Thankfully, there ARE a few ways to save a failed natural hair style. Here are some suggestions…
We love to joke about the cost of beauty but we shouldn’t need a bottle of aspirin just to get through the day because of a tight headband. You CAN achieve a cute high puff without the pain and the damage to our natural hair that may come with it. Here’s how!
Keeping our edges under control is an issue for many of us whether we have natural hair, relaxed hair or are somewhere in the middle. Our hairline is super delicate so we definitely need to handle with care.
Here are three things you can do to help keep your edges in check!
Here’s an easy, sleek high bun for you busy moms, you girls on the go or anyone looking for a quick style for any occasion!
Well, in case you haven’t heard, there’s yet aNOTHER type of hair out in these protective styling streets for crocheting, just in time for fall: Micro Locs! Here are some things you’ll wanna know before you jump on the trend!
We moms are always going, aren’t we? Especially if you’ve got a BABY baby or toddler, your time is not your own. But we still gotta look cute, right?! So here’s a quick and easy frohawk for you that’s great for the summer heat!
Just three years after the success of her best-seller Better Than Good Hair, CurlyNikki.com founder Nikki Walton partners up with Dark and Lovely to release the FREE e-book When Good Hair Goes Bad! Yaaasss boo… F-R-E-E!!
Ever get bored rockin’ the same ole twist-out? Today, meet the woman behind an awesome small biz, Debbie’s Darling- a line of beautiful handmade floral hair accessories for “darlings of all ages”. And you can win one of your own!
Protective styles can be a great way to give your hair a break and maximize the chance of retaining length. But that’s only IF you’re sure not to make these protective style mistakes!