This book links life lessons to hair lessons and gives naturals—new and experienced—the right mindset to succeed in their journey.
You don’t have to go back to relaxer to have softer hair. It is a process, but there are ways to make it happen for your natural hair.
There are products that can help you retain your hair length and keep it healthy. So not only do you keep it attached to your scalp, but you provide an environment where it thrives and rewards you with drool-worthy lusciousness.
On the special days, when I let my hair out of it’s protectively-styled state and I leave it to run free in its 4c, super-shrinking glory, I get lots of reactions. I get looks of admiration, some amazement, some disgust (sadly, yes), and a lot of curiosity. “Is it all your hair?” “It’s so beautiful!Continue reading ““How Do You Comb Your Hair?””
First, I have to give it to all the mothers in the world. You’re the best! It’s “difficult” to be natural as an adult, but to take on the added responsibility of caring for your child’s natural hair—respect! Someday, it will be one more thing out of the many that your daughter will thank youContinue reading “No-Stress Natural Hair Care for Kids”
Almost 2 weeks ago, I posted a very long article about how I manage my hair with little to no stress. I get asked all the time what I do—and have done—to get to where I am with my hair right now. So I listed out the things I’ve learned over the years that haveContinue reading “No-Stress Natural Hair Management Part 2”
Let me start with a hair back story. My last relaxer was in October 2014. I’ve always had a good amount of hair; density was never a problem. But, I wanted more. I had weak ends and my hair was getting… limp. I’d only had my hair cut once in my life, and everyone saidContinue reading “No-Stress Natural Hair Management: Part 1”