• Locs,  Natural Hair

    Tips on How to Wash Starter Locs

    Starting Locs can be the best hair decisions for many people. However, it may start to become challenging if you are unsure about how to properly care for your locs. Washing your starter dreadlocks is a big part of caring for them. In this article, I will give you a few tips on how to wash starter locs. How To Wash Starter Locs Regardless of the method used to start your dreadlocks, you need to take care when washing them. The following tips will be applicable to your dreadlocks regardless of the starting method but I must say that my experience has been with the finger coils method. Feel free…

  • Short Starter Locs using Comb Coils
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    How to Start Locs with Finger Coils

    So you want to start Locs? Well, Finger Coils/ comb coils form a great base for starter Locs and you’ll learn how to do them in this article. If Locs are your next hair decision, I am happy you are at that place. Locs has been a part of Black History for a long time. Despite it being looked down on and discriminated against, the hairstyle has persevered. It has even developed into faux Locs and Crochet Braid Faux Locs among others. Why Start Locs with Finger Coils ? There are many ways in which you can start Locs. Here are a few ways: Finger or Comb Coils Two Strand…

  • Natural Hair

    How Curiosity led me to Thick and Voluminous Natural Hair. Featuring Froreal Chammy

    My Natural Hair, Loved is a weekly blog series where I showcase and celebrate natural hair by sharing stories written by women with natural hair.  You can join our Pinterest group board here. Thanks for joining us for yet another entry, today we are joined by Froreal Chammy. What is the state of your hair currently? I have medium length 4b-4c natural hair, currently in mini twists (doing a 6 months protective style challenge). When did you go natural and why? I returned natural August 2016 due to curiosity. I wanted to see how my natural hair looked as I got a relaxer when I was 10 years old. What I…

  • Natural Hair

    My Natural Hair Represents Who I am and Where I am From. Featuring Carny's Chronicles

    My natural hair, loved’ is a blog series that features other Bloggers and YouTubers who have natural hair. You can join our Pinterest group board here. Have you been loving this series so far? I have. I love these beautiful stories that I have been receiving. Today my blog is being blessed from all the way in Kenya. That’s right the lovely Carelle from Carny’s Chronicles is joining us to share her Natural Hair Story. Do Enjoy. The Following was written by Carelle in response to the titled questions. Tell us about Your Blog and/or a Random thing.  My name is Carrelle Niyigena Burundian, a blogger currently based in Kenya. I…

  • Natural Hair

    Here is Why You Should go Natural + Tips- Blog Feature

    My Natural Hair, Loved Thank you for joining me for this entry in the My Natural Hair, Loved Series. ‘My natural hair, loved’ is a blog series that features other Bloggers and YouTubers who have natural hair. You can join our Pinterest group board here. In this feature, we are being joined by two lovely ladies, Meko from JussMeko on Youtube and Anne from Emah Purple Writer. I am So thankful to be featuring these two ladies and I hope you enjoy their natural Hair stories as Much as I did. Featuring Juss Meko Q- What is the state of your hair currently? I have type 4, short to medium…

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    How I Care for my Natural Hair in a protective style and Why I no longer use Jamaican Mango and Lime.

    A few weeks ago I showed how I installed my Crochet Braid Faux Locs. If you would like to know how to do this protective style you can see the post here. Its been almost 3 weeks since I have been wearing this style and I am just coming with a quick post and youtube video to show you how to care for your hair while wearing crochet braid faux locs as a protective style.  I must say that this post will be two fold. While I was doing my regimen, my partner brought something to my attention and so I decided to add it in this post, hence the…

  • Locs,  Natural Hair

    How to do Crochet Braid Faux Locs: Protective Style

    With natural hair, it is very important that you do protective styles and crochet braid is a simple and quick style to help you. Protective styles are a great way to tuck your hair away as it strengthens and grows out. With protective styling you reduce manipulation on your hair and that in turn promotes growth retention. During the winter months, our natural hair can get very dry and withstand damage, for this reason, you should do protective styling during this time. This post contains Amazon affiliate links. If you like the items just click a link to make your purchase. This is a great way for you to support…

  • Blogmas,  Fashion,  Jewelry,  Natural Hair

    5 Ways to Rock your TWA over the Holidays

    The natural hair journey is often not the easiest roads to trod. However, I’ve never regretted going natural or having TWA hair. For me, I change my hair with life changes. My first time going natural was 2012 when I completed high school. In 2014, I decided to try Jerry Curls and I absolutely hated it after a few months. I then decided to do my second big chop just before starting University. In my final year of University, I decided to embark on a Loc Journey. I loved my locs, but a major life event occurred when I turned 23 so I decided to start fresh and I did…