As I love to wear my hear 100% natural,  I thought that I should share my hair shopping list essentials. Take a look below and feel free to share your essentials. Coconut oil 2. Curl Custard - Aunt Jackies 3. Groganic Shampoo 4. Leave in conditioner 5. Shea butter 6. Hair grease scalp

The Formula to Natural Hair

The natural hair journey is not as difficult as it is made out to be. I remember as a child being told to relax my natural hair because it would make it more manageable and me like a sheep went and did it. 16 years ready to start college and I thought there was no … Continue reading The Formula to Natural Hair

Protective Style Braids

They can be dressed up or dressed down and with proper care and night time routine, they can last a couple of weeks – maybe longer. Add colour to make them rock As this style starts to age and starts to fluff, use gel and a silk scarf to keep them neat. They’re the perfect protective … Continue reading Protective Style Braids

Do You Need A Wig?

Good or Bad, wigs come with a lot of stereotypes and a lot of history. It is considered by many a beauty tool, an accessory to the bald headed black woman, a way out for the lazy. But sometimes things often criticised and judged benefit, us better than we can imagine. Growing up to me … Continue reading Do You Need A Wig?

Don’t Touch My Hair

"Asking to touch a Black woman’s hair is a racial microaggression masquerading as a compliment."(Saint Records) The beauty of a black womans hair is now looked at as a fantasy. Something mysterious that can not be tamed. The hair is nappy, frizzy, unmanageable, yet it looks so beautiful when conditioned right. Hairstyles created from natural … Continue reading Don’t Touch My Hair

The Black Woman’s Struggle (Hair Talks)

I have admitted in the past to be a lover of hair weaves and extensions, there was a time I would not have been seen dead without some type of add on or extension piece attached to my hair. We should all know about Chris Rocks movie good hair! and it led me to ask … Continue reading The Black Woman’s Struggle (Hair Talks)