I’m over it. Being a member of the ever-expanding “Natural Hair Community”, I am down for a glorious fro, a heavenly twist out, a bomb ass braid out, and an edge-sparing, natural-looking, growth-maximizing protective style. But damn, natural hair has become unnecessarily complicated. After over a decade of being a carefree natural followed by 5 years… Continue reading I Stopped Using Shampoo and THIS is what happened!
I’ve survived life thus far, now it’s time to live it! Here’s my #30while30!
Hello God…it’s me. A daily devotional and not-so-daily journal entry. August 16th.
Hello God…it’s me. A daily devotional and not-so-daily journal entry. August 7th.
Hello God…it’s me. A daily devotional and not-so-daily journal entry. August 5th.
When I say curls for days, I mean curls for days!!
2016 has had its share of trauma, chaos, and political rhetoric. Have you been practicing self-care?
That is and was the allure of natural hair. Simplicity. You washed and maintained your natural hair. You styled your natural hair. There weren’t rules and methods. No products to be fearful of, no ingredients to avoid, no label reading.
Ahhh…the elusive lazy day characterized by a lack of care, responsibility, and time management. You finally have a lazy day to waste away carelessly. Now what?
Every natural has a journey. My journey began before there were journies, before “natural” was a thing, and before the natural hair movement. Back the natural hair was simple…I miss natural hair when it was simple.
This month, my husband and I will celebrate our 7th anniversary. Here’s a list of what marriage is to us.
In a previous LWGTS post, I very briefly discussed the use of coconut oil as a pre-poo and its ability to remove scalp build-up. But for those who have dandruff or just want an alternative to medicated shampoos and hair products, I have just the thing for you! But before we get into the product, let’s… Continue reading Lazy Woman’s Guide to Survival: Scalp Build-Up Removal