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Brassy Hair?

Get the Red OutI love getting my hair highlighted!...more

Magical And Cheap Hair Care

I’m going to be honest with you guys: my hair isn’t na...more

The Great Hair Debate Pt 3: The Hair Diaries

Why do we choose to go the route that we do with our hair ladies?  For Monica from LA, it’s economic feasibility. Monica tells us that she’s natural at the moment because “water and oil are cheap and easy to find.” Then, there’s Reshawn from VA who maintains that her processed hair is more manageable, “it cuts my time from 3 hours down to one and a half hours to do my hair,” she says. These are just two examples, but it definitely doesn’t stop there.  Check out what other women have to say about their hair stories....more

Hair Psychology: The Natural Hair Movement

Ever sat at a table with a bunch of naturalistas? I'm talking heads full of coconut-coated twists, colorful coils, bantus, braids, dreadlocks and frohawks (my signature)? If you have, then you know that dinnertime conversation can easily turn into a collective dissertation on hair products, chemistry, dating, self-esteem, sleep rituals, and even child-rearing - all centered around natural hair. I recently sat down with six curly girls over dinner and experienced the extent of such conversation....more

A 70's girl natural hair journey

(Source)Here I am with my sister (I'm the one waving) walking in some parade in New York with our Brownie Troop.  Look at those socks!!  Could we get them any HIGHER???  Anyway, our hair was still natural.  My mother was only combing, brushing and braiding it, but for this ultra-special occasion, she must have curled it for us.  It’s WAYYY too far back for me to remember.  I posted that pic as a peek into my childhood when most little girls were natural.  Maybe a few were getting their hair pressed but not many.  I know I wasn't getting mine pressed back then because my mother hadn’t started doing it yet.  This was the 70’s!  I was still rocking Afro puffs.  I was just a string bean and the biggest thing on my body was my head!  Childhood......more

A Wash and Go Natural Year Round

Yes, that is me. That is what I do and who I am.  I"m a 365 days out of a year wash and Go Natural.  I am not ashamed or embarrassed and the entire time I've been natural I have lived in Colorado.  Yes, I'll say it again. I am a year round Natural even though I love in Colorado....more

Cross Your Heart.

Boys with beards (aspiring or fully realized) have that whole No-Shave November thing.I have that whole go-darker-on-top, read-an-article-in-Cosmo-titled, “Should You Get Bangs?” and-chop-off-the-front-layer-of-my-hair thing.The ombré was planned, the bangs were not. They aren’t all that noticeable here; keep scrolling for a pic from my Instagram for a better look....more

L'Oréal Professionnel Launch Perfume Mythic Oil Inspired by the Gardens of Babylon (2013) {New Fragrance} {Beauty Notes - Hair}

L'Oréal Professionnel have launched a new perfume called Mythic Oil, which is an extension of the eponymous hair-product line.  This is their debut fine fragrance destined to perfume both body and hair... ...more