Its been three months since I big chopped after transitioning for over a year, at this point in my natural hair journey I can say I am truly now starting to enjoy and play around with new styles. At first I felt like my hair wasn’t long enough to do certain styles, so I purely … Continue reading 3 MONTHS POST BC UPDATE!
I’ve noticed recently that a lot of naturals are returning back to the creamy crack. The question is why? Doing Too much ? I think a few naturals decided to relax again because their hair felt like too much work. I hear all the time how difficult and time consuming type 4 hair is. I … Continue reading WHY ARE NATURALS GOING BACK TO RELAXERS?
If you are apart of the natural community then you'll definitely be aware of the hair typing debate, in case you don't here is a quick summary on hair types. Type 1 hair is usually considered as straight hair without any texture. Type 2 is considered a wavy hair texture. Type 3 is curly hair … Continue reading DOES HAIR TYPE MATTER?
If you haven't read part 1, check that out first! I started to grow out my curl perm which naturally meant I was transitioning to natural, during this time I wore my hair in a low puff everyday. Until my hair became so thick and unmanageable, I decided I wanted a texturiser (yes again!). So … Continue reading MY HAIR STORY (PART 2)
When I was a little girl with a full head of natural hair, my mum really struggled taming it. I remember wash days being so painful, her using combs and brushes to dentangle my dry hair (bless her she was relaxed so she didn't know any better). My hair was always blow dried and greased … Continue reading MY HAIR STORY (PART 1)
I've collected a few questions from different natural hair tags to answer, just so you can get to know my hair a little better 🙂 How long have you been natural? 2 months. Why did you go natural? I wanted to embrace my natural hair texture. Hair type? Somewhere in the type 4 category, honestly … Continue reading NATURAL HAIR TAG (ANSWERED)
What's Hair Porosity? 'Hair porosity simply refers to your hairs ability to absorb and retain moisture'. What are the different types? Low porosity: These strands find it difficult for moisture to enter the cuticles, however once inside they stay moisturized for quite a little while. Tips for low porosity hair: Damp hair with warm water … Continue reading HAIR POROSITY, IS IT IMPORTANT?