HAIR: Transitioning Journey
Finding inspiration on the internet as a transitioner keep me focused on my goal of becoming au naturel.
Single strand knots, also fondly called fairy knots, are triggered by everyday maintenance, but there are ways to minimize their appearance.
For many, using heat is a quick and simple of way for a long lasting stretch, but on the other hand this choice can also be the most detrimental for our strands, especially those transitioning! Let me show you how to produce similar results, as I reveal 4 techniques on how to stretch transitioning hair without heat.
If you have alopecia and decided to bury the creamy crack, I commend you. It's not an easy decision to make for many women, even if it is detrimental to their hair and scalp's health.
Whenever someone says there isn't much you can do with natural hair, I say go to a natural hair meet up and you will quickly see otherwise. If you need inspiration, encouragement, motivation or education—natural hair events will provide that and more.
Transitioning is not a walk in the park...well then again if it is, the walk is definitely a long one especially as a first time transitioner! Here are 5 tips to keep the momentum going—even during those horrible "I want to cut all my hair off NOW" moments!
Don't be a diehard Halloween head determined to get the perfect look, while putting your hair's health on hold.
Second day hair is a goal for some, and for others it’s a dream deferred. Learn how to revive tired curls with ease.
Most of us associate hair gel with ratchet women who completely saturate their edges with it in an attempt to blend in their real hair, but this isn't always the case.
I like to call this look a 3 in 1. It incorporates bantu knot-out curls, twist-out curls and pin curls. It's a simple and sophisticated up 'do style that would be difficult for anyone (or any day) to destroy. If you know how to style a bun, you can create this look.