I always get asked how I stretch natural hair without heat so I started a series on my YouTube Channel to show you all the different ways I do so. I plan on making my Keep Reading
Its harmattan season here in Nigeria and I live in the north so that means lots of dust and cool dry wind. This weather causes my hair and scalp to be very dry and the Keep Reading
I use various methods to stretch my hair, but my top three are braids, buns, and African threading. Each of them gives my hair different length and volume results so I choose either depending on the look I’m going for.
Since I can’t wear Afro puffs, I simply turn them into a twisted bun. Steps 1. Floppy fro 2. Section the hair left out into 4. You can have as many twists but lesser will Keep Reading
This is my 100th post and we are almost at the end of 2014 people! Time flies! Each and every one of us have had our fair share of trials and temptations this year but Keep Reading
Hello Beautiful people! It’s the season to be jolly lalalalalalala. I hope everyone is having a good time wherever you are. I on the other hand, started celebrating from the weekend and I chose to wear Keep Reading
Looking for ways to style your natural hair this party season? Well, search no more.
Hi people! I hope everyone is enjoying their weekend. For my last natural hair in art post for the year, I bring Illustration315. I found her/his photos via Instagram and I am yet to find Keep Reading
If you already follow me on Instagram you would have already seen my cover photo. Every year on my birthday or the day after, I do a length check to compare my hair to the Keep Reading
I personally have three different textures on my head and the hair typing chart above show that I am a mix of 3c and type 4 curls. My top middle section has