So this is post three in the Love Your Hair Series and I hope you guys have already read the other two. Read Series #1 here and Series #2 here. This one is about 10Natural Hair tools you cannot live without. We are getting deeper into learning to Love Your Natural Hair, remember it’s about understanding what you need and how to use your knowledge to manipulate your hair in styles that you love.
Here are 9 tips that can help to add moisture to low porosity hair!
Love Your Hair Series is designed to give you tips to ensure you understand your natural hair and learn to love it.
I was told recently not to refer to my hair as Nappy as it is a bad word used to describe black women with natural hair, I was like WAAAT!!! I have to just set the record straight and give you all 5 Ways to Love Your Natural Hair. Lemme school ya….According to the Urban Dictionary Nappy is: Tightly coiled / curled unaltered hair. Coiled hair in its natural state as found on people of African descent who do not chemically alter their hair texture
We Be Strobing To The Mooooon! That term is used by most beauty enthusiasts, it’s a term used for highlighting your cheekbones to the GODS! The hunt to find a good highlighter for women of colour is still ongoing but needless to say, the beauty industry is listening and they have made a few. So today I will “Review of Inglot Sparkling Dust on Dark Skin.”
My first set of PR products!!!!!!! EHEM…..*Taps Mic* I want to thank God, my mom and supporters without you my hard work wouldn’t be paying off! #TeamUs. Enough of my craziness, let’s get into it this Marc Jacobs Eyeconic Review. I received this complimentary new Eyeconic pallet in #Provocouture from Marc Jacobs Beauty and Influenster to test out and review and of course you know I have to shell out the deets. Now, I’m not an eye pallet kinda girl, especially for my dark skin, pallets come with colours I will NEVER use, therefore I tend to build my collection one shadow at a time.
One would have thought that being natural and having your daughter wear her hair like yours, seeing how it ss styled, washed and protected, that your little girl would automatically get that she is beautiful and highly favoured for embracing her own natural textures.
Summer is the ideal time for protective styles. In the United States it’s most common winter, but in the Caribbean, the variety of boxed braids come out. Here is a guide that may help you choosing a braid style to suit your own style
Its the summer and I live for protective styles this time of hair! Check out Bawn Natural on Instagram for more hair and beauty tips.
Nobody has time to do elaborate manipulations on your hair every day, here are 7 Natural Hairstyles that anybody can try. Tell me, what is your go-to Natural Hairstyles?