Gifts For Natural Hair

Gifts For Natural Hair

Three years ago, I cut off all of my hair. It was a huge step in the right direction towards healthy hair. The thing is, kinky/curly hair is high maintenance; it takes forever to comb, it needs constant moisture and prep to keep the curls non-frizzy and popping. This...
Protective Styles: 004

Protective Styles: 004

In my mind, this style was going to be two really high, braided poofs (you all know, I love me some poofs). However, anyone who has a child knows that “plans” do not always, or hardly ever, go accordingly when toddlers are involved. As soon as the comb hit the hair,...
Andis At Home

Andis At Home

I grew up in a house full of women. And for a girl being raised as an only child, that was perfectly fine. Fast forward to the home life I have created, I have a son who is all too ready to grow up. Literally, every other conversation starts with “When I grow...
Protective Styles: 003

Protective Styles: 003

I am a big fan of the 2-pouf hair-do. Like most things, too much of one thing gets boring so I played around with braided bangs and simple designs to spice things up. On clean, damp, hair I parted the hair into the sections I planed on braiding: horizontal part for...
Protective Styling: 002

Protective Styling: 002

Any parent that is dealing with a young child with naturally curly hair knows (or should know the importance of a consistent hair regimen). Side note: Why is it that people of color– African-Americans, Afro-Latinas, etc.– feel the need to call their hair...

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