Top Natural hair styles

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So you have a beautiful head of hair and you have exhausted the usual high puff that we all do with stocking head band. I’ve compiled a few -multi length- hair styles that you can look at as inspiration. Even … Continue reading

The hair saga

straight vs curly

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fe8e148c07a7bc48320e6702a68b495f  THE HAIR SAGA

It has come to my attention that 2014 is the #noWeave year. Many men have been complaining about how they dont like weaves and many women have opted to go for the natural look.

Currently I have a fro, its grown from a #TWA (tiny winy Afro) to semi medium fro. i had a #BC (big chop) in 2012 and it was the saddest moment of my cosmetic life. it took me a year to get used to managing  it and only now in 2014 it is where i want it to be.

I still have a love for straight hair, however I don’t think its something my hair can pull off.

So there’s something still slightly confusing about all of this, men say they want women without weaves however a lot of men are attracted to females that have hair that can blow in the…

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Hair things – holiday hair

In our hot South African summer the air tends to become quite dry.
So to keep our lovely locks hydrated here’s a few tips to make sure we retain our length.

The usual rules always apply.
1. Wash and condition your hair at least twice a month; use a gentle sulphate free shampoo.

2. Deep condition weekly; a protein rich DC with conditioner and your mix of oils with a plastic cap, helps lock in the moisture in your hair.

3. Where a protective style; by braiding your hair you reduce daily manipulation. This means that your ends will be protected from friction and as your hair grows it will retain its length. Make sure you don’t pull the roots too tight, especially along the edge.

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4. Make sure you sleep in a satin scarf or bonnet; this helps your hair from extreme friction to the pillow. Also, you can keep your ends sealed and braided.

5. Moisturize moisturize moisturize; everyday keep your moist with a water spritz and some oil to seal it in.

Keep this regimen going and your hair won’t suffer the holiday heat.
Much love
Xxoo 😘

The hair saga

fe8e148c07a7bc48320e6702a68b495f  THE HAIR SAGA

It has come to my attention that 2014 is the #noWeave year. Many men have been complaining about how they dont like weaves and many women have opted to go for the natural look.

 

Currently I have a fro, its grown from a #TWA (tiny winy Afro) to semi medium fro. i had a #BC (big chop) in 2012 and it was the saddest moment of my cosmetic life. it took me a year to get used to managing  it and only now in 2014 it is where i want it to be.

I still have a love for straight hair, however I don’t think its something my hair can pull off.

So there’s something still slightly confusing about all of this, men say they want women without weaves however a lot of men are attracted to females that have hair that can blow in the wind. its been a phenomenon that has been going on since 2013.

Speaking of confusion the ladies that love weaves however they can see that they don’t have a hairline left to weave on. there are groups that start like save the hairline, and many women do BCs because the have a major fail.

Dear weave lady

if your natural hair isn’t healthy, and you can see it dead, please try something different. cuz you tracks can’t hold on to nothing.

Dear Bald /girl

if you try it once and you check that your head isn’t the shape that’s suitable , or that your face doesn’t allow for such. please grow some hair just to blend it in.

Dear Natural sista

please invest in a fold-able mirror so that you can check there isn’t any objects in your hair. “i’m kinda of tired of people talking bad about naturals just because of that 1 dirty fro”

 

i hope that my letters will reach the appropriate people

Luv ya loads

xxoo