Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Friday, September 25, 2015
Monday, September 21, 2015
Many time, we try to get that perfect twistout, braidout...that perfect curls. What if we just take some time to learn to work with the texture we have? You are beautiful... you are amazing. However your hair texture appears, remember, to BE YOUR OWN BEAUTIFUL
Products used to style my hair in its Afro state are from Cantu Beauty Shea Butter line:
Watch how I use these products.
Thank you, NaturallyCurly.com and Cantu Beauty for sponsoring this video.
Friday, September 18, 2015
This style was created using Havana Twists. To learn how to install Havana twists yourself, click here. For this style, you will need some pipe cleaners, that you can get from any craft store or other stores that sell art and craft supplies.
Watch or click here to learn how to create bouncy spiral curls
Wednesday, September 16, 2015
After 2 years of being on the waiting list, Lil Sis finally got into the school that we wanted her to go to. YEAH! We are so thankful to God for that.
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The girls have been hooked on the HGTV show, House Hunters, so we decided to let them experience it for real
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Tuesday, September 15, 2015
Friday, September 11, 2015
We all know that heat can be damaging if proper precaution is not taken. After washing natural hair, there is always some form of shrinkage. The banding method is great especially for kids. It gives the hair some stretch, which helps reduce breakage and tangles.
Watch below or click here:
As seen on CurlyNikki
Monday, September 7, 2015
Sunday, September 6, 2015
Friday, September 4, 2015
For this low manipulative style, all you need are some bobby pins. I used Giovanni 2chic Ultra-Moist collection. To learn more about this super moisturizing collection, click here.
To recreate this style, click here or watch below:
Thursday, September 3, 2015
Question: My Natural Hair Will Not Curl or Coil. What Do I Do?
The way you know if your hair naturally curls or coils is after properly cleansing it to remove build up, look at a strand and see what it looks like. If it does, then your hair does natural curls/coils. Using Bentonite clay is a great product that helps. You can also use a cleansing cowash. Next, to keep that pattern, you can either use conditioners, a curl defining creme or a nonalcoholic gel. These products will only enhance curl patterns that exist.
Click here to see how my hair curls/coils differently depending on product used.
If you want to FAKE a curl/coil style, you can do finger coils out or a wash and go looking twistout.
How to do a finger coil out:
How to do a Wash and Go Looking Twistout:
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
QOTD: How Often Should I Wash My Natural Hair?
Answer to this question could vary. Some people wash more than once a week and some wash once a month. ..and their hair thrives. My suggestion would be start off once a week for a month and see how your hair fairs. Then the next month, try every other week and see how your hair does. In addition, some products can accumulate product buildup on your hair, for those times, you will need to wash more often.
Click here to watch a simple wash day routine: