Everywhere you turn another girl is natural, turning natural, attempting to be natural, etc. But being a naturalista isn’t just a fad, it’s a lifestyle. I, myself am natural, and I love my hair, but it took a long time to get to loving my “beautiful monster”. She (as in my hair) tends to do her own thing most days, but that’s what makes everyone’s hair different, and special, and quirky. The versatility in the natural community never ceases to amaze me. Here is a list of a few naturalistas I follow on social media on a daily. Now these naturalistas aren’t just well versed in hair, but also in beauty, fashion, and lifestyle. They have also helped me learn to love and appreciate my hair, as well as become the naturalista that I am today. Hopefully, they can help you too. Continue reading Curly Qs: Natural Hair Bloggers & Gurus
Naturals go through many phases, especially when we decide to make the transition in college. I decided to cut off all my relaxed ends during at the start of my Junior year of college. Needless to say, during undergrad I was often busy, stressed, and broke which aren’t exactly the best ingredients for getting to know your hair. Although I could not dedicate a lot of time to taking care of my hair, I made my way and figured out the basics to take me through the next two years of college. Continue reading The Life of a Curly Graduate
One of the most important steps, if not the most important step, to retaining length is detangling properly. If hair is not detangled properly, not only will hair not retain length, but hair will be left with untreated knots and tangles, making it very hard to manage. To find the right method of detangling for you, you have to assess your hair needs. Here are a few tips to help you along the way. Continue reading Detangling Your Natural Hair: Fingers vs. Styling Tools
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