I’d been forgetting to be good to myself, and I lost part of me along the way. Now I’m trying my hardest to get back to being that spunky, fearless woman I love and admire.
If you love going to the salon and want to be sure the stylist is going to treat your hair well, here are a few tips you should follow to be sure you get the best salon experience possible.
To get around your tender ways however, here are a few strict hair softening rules to keep your scalp and yourself calm.
After starting to do some self-esteem work, I realized how much wanting to change a natural part of me was a unnecessary burden I didn't have to bear.
At first glance this may seem like the case, but it's really not and no matter how much evidence seems to prove otherwise, dreadlocks do not inherently grow faster than any other style of natural hair and here's why.
Sometimes, when I'm home alone I dance around. I sing and I whip my hair. I do. It makes me feel good and taps deep into an inner part of me where I can go that allows me to be myself and not shrink away when all I want to do is to be invisible to the world. There is something about knowing the walls can't judge me and that I'm just being who I am, how I want to be. That is liberating.
Properly moisturizing naturally curly and dry hair of any texture is a often an obstacle for many curly women (no matter their race), and it was something that I myself battled for a while until I learned these three easy steps to get me through what used to be "fighting with my dry hair" during the week.