I recently cut my hair after 3 beautiful years of growing it. My hair was in terrible shape after my traditional wedding because of a product I used. I am currently going through what I call big chop 2.0. Continue reading “Hair Treatment and Products for Stronger and Healthier Natural Hair while Achieving Soft and Manageable Hair.”
Why I love headwraps:
1.They are great for covering up a bad hair day. When I’m too lazy to comb my hair or wash it. I just use a headwrap to cover up the mess without anyone knowing what lies beneath. Continue reading “Stunning Headwrap Styles for your hair; Part II”
“My love for headwraps wasn’t instant!
Growing up, I’d always loved African print. Being Ugandan, I saw kitenge items of clothing so widely praised, it was hard not to be passionate about them. Continue reading “Stunning Headwrap Styles for your Hair; Part I”
How I learnt how to style, and what my experience has been like?
I think styling is very texture dependent. The first time I went natural I had very healthy hair. I would do very easy washes, mostly because I didn’t know a lot about managing natural hair. Continue reading “Inspiring Afro Hairstyles for your natural hair”
A quote by Coco Chanel declares that “a woman who cuts her hair is about to change her life”.
I had poured through thousands of pictures of women owning their natural hair and was haunted by old images of my mother and great-aunt sporting their full, voluminous hair. I remember clearly the day I looked at my flat chemically straightened hair and decided that I wanted to do something different. The decision was a culmination of the need to have a radical reimagining of who I could be which was both deeply personal and superficial. So, in November 2014 after begging my reluctant mother to help me cut my hair, I took the scissors myself and cut off the ‘relaxed’ ends of my hair. Continue reading “All you need for a smooth transition to a natural hair journey.”
Protective styling for hair growth
This is a practice that I have done for years though not properly, long before I knew of the benefits of protective styling. Most of us within the natural hair community know protective styling to be done using hair extensions only (braids, twists, wigs, weaves etc.). However, you may protective style your hair without adding any extensions. Continue reading “Protective styling to retain length for longer natural hair”
Shout out to you my fellow medium hair length people. If you are looking for some fun and easy hairstyles, here are a few ideas. Perhaps you have short hair but looking for inspiration, you are on the right page. Continue reading “Easy styles for medium length hair”
After my last post I thought critically about the readers on my blog and my role as an influencer. Due to the very diverse nature of my readers. I felt the need to address a few concerns of mine. The misconception of “one size fits all” is tragic. It was after this realisation that I decided to speak about the issue of all textures matter (say no to 4c self hate).
This is part 1 of the curls series. This series will be exploring the different methods used to define curls.
I have not always worn my hair in a curly style and I have received a couple of comments discouraging me from wearing my hair like this because it appears “unkempt” to some. I have also been asked a few times to comb out the curls because they were seen as shabby in conservative communities. But I have learnt to embrace my curls.