Turbans! Who said they are only for bad hair days? Turbans are also for my lazy hair days. I was tired of the same old kinda way of tying turbans and thought of spicing them up with my bangs .
Over the last three years of being natural, I have become a lover of cornrows as my go-to protective style for a number of reasons. 1. There are a variety of cornrows designs to choose from and therefore you can’t get bored of redoing them. 2. They are hairline friendly. Unlike braids and twists, there is less risk of losing your hairline when you have cornrows done. However, too much of it is again risky.
Mid March is here already and 2017 is not letting us catch a break. I have learnt a number of things over the past few months and I thought it would be nice to share with you. You may relate and it might be helpful to someone who needs to feel motivated and uplifted. So let’s get a bit personal, shall we?
Flat twists have been trending for a while now. Most people are rocking them with no extensions added whilst some women go all the way to add extensions.
For me, they are my favourite on a lazy day when i want less manipulation but a neat hair-do. For those who have been longing to learn how to flat twist, here is a quick natural hair updo that’s easy to do and also very neat. Please remember to subscribe 😉
Happy New Year Naturals 🙂
I am happy to be back to blogging after a long deserved break. Just like you, I have my 2017 hair goals (and life goals generally) and top of the list is to do basic and informative blogging/vlogging. It’s always good to go back to the basics, start over and understand some of the basic things naturals use and do to keep long and healthy hair. I am hoping that this will be helpful especially to those starting out their natural hair journey in 2017, (Heeeeeeey there, Welcome to the club honey 🙂) and also to you and I who have been natural for a while now. We always have something new to learn everyday.
I did a video to show the new hair I have been rocking for a while now. It looks like my hair, 😉 but it is not 🙂 Watch how I install the Sistar crotchet braids (Ceres) and the final look. Please remember to like the video if you enjoy it, share with someone who may like it and subscribe to my channel 🙂
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