Nothing is perfect and that's just fine. Just like this fauxhawk I did but I loved it. Doing your own hair teaches you patience like you would never believe but it also brings the most joy especially when your hair comes out like that youtube tutorial you watched ;).
Headwraps are God sent and have saved me time and time again especially since I started transitioning. One of my favorite is this ankara head wrap. I wore it for my traditional wedding so it has so much sentimental value ❤
Lets face it there are millions of bloggers out there. Especially this day and age where social media has literally taken over our lives and has also become a means to an end (💰;)) so I just thought I would take this opportunity to give a thumbs up to some African hair bloggers who are… Continue reading African crowns 👑
It was bound to happen. The natural hair movement is so strong and inspiring its hard not to catch the spirit. There is something about black women coming into their own that is uplifting. We always had to conform to certain standards to fit in. We've always been 'too big, too dark, too much'. Im… Continue reading Transitioning…
Happy new year beautifuls! There is something about a new year that is so refreshing. The prospect of starting over on a blank slate is exciting! Its also very easy to slide back into routine, to let the year happen and life go on 😩...but remember if you put in effort once in a while… Continue reading Welcome home 2017
We had the opportunity to speak to the Zambian beauty Fatima recently. Not only does Fatima have gorgeous relaxed hair she also has a blog and has a hair store in Zambia. We wanted to find out more about this inspiring your lady so we sat down with her and this is what we found… Continue reading Hairequest: Fatima