I’ve been wanting to cut my hair. I’m not too sure if every naturalista goes through this, but I have periods of loving my thick, koily hair (usually when I blow it out) to absolutely hating and dreading it because of the maintenance it takes to keep it healthy… all the trimming, the deep conditioning,… Continue reading Natural Hair She-ro~~Tanisha Long
It’s been almost two years–and more than a couple of inches– since I’ve done a Nappy Hair Essentials post. As your hair grows, it tends to change and you tend to learn more about your hair and how it works; what makes it grow, how to comb it, how many times to wash it a… Continue reading Nappy Hair Essentials: Part Deux
I just watched this poem a person put on Facebook that just…floored me. One, it was a white women that was spittin’ (reciting) this poem. And two, it was about growing up in this world–whether you’re Black, White, Latino or Asian–and feeling that you’re only asset to this world is to be pretty and desired… Continue reading Just Because You’re F*ckable Doesn’t Mean You’re Beautiful
If you’ve been natural any length of time, you’ve heard of Carol’s Daughter–the black hair care line that many curly-haired girls swear by! (I, however, don’t. It really didn’t work for my thick wooly hair. Besides, it’s too got dang expensive! I’m a firm believer that hair products don’t necessarily have to be expensive in… Continue reading The New Faces of Carol’s Daughter Promote Diversity?
Here is VERY interesting video about the damage that the CREAMY CRACK does to hair. Listen, this is a white doctor saying on T.V. that relaxers cause damage over time. And what’s even more awesome about this video is that it speaks about the Natural Hair Revolution–Black women ALL over the United States are throwing… Continue reading The Natural Hair Revolution Makes News Reports