Heat damage!!! Certainly not a phrase a natural wants any association with. Unfortunately I am living this horror. Many disagree with heat for natural hair but frankly natural to me is setting your own rules. I enjoy switching between straight and curly. I believe if done properly it's okay to straighten your curls once in a … Continue reading Heat Damage Nightmare
Don't you just love fall? Warm enough to wear cute tops and jackets without being too covered up but cool enough to wear boots. ❤ Dark clothes I adore. In this occasion it matched my smoky eye perfectly. Big hair, pop of red (my favorite color) and fun glasses spice up any outfit 😉
Hello chicas, I hope you dolls have had a pleasant summer. As for me I had the chance to unwind at the Dominican Republic the past two weeks. It was very refreshing to change scenery, catch a breath of fresh air and reunite with family and friends I don't get to see often. Now I am … Continue reading Overcoming Frizz
Magic Potion for instant hydrated and luminous hair =Trader Joe's budget friendly conditioners I first heard about these four products in a hair event I attended hosted by fellow curly girls Carolina (Miss Rizos) and Ada (Gypsy in the City). Carolina kept referring to these cheap conditioner as lifesavers especially during the summer. I was very intrigued … Continue reading Magic at Trader Joe’s
I have faced many challenges in my journey to natural healthy hair but finding a sleeping method that works was probably the hardest. Frizz and sleep go hand in hand, if you do not have an effective sleep method you will more than likely wake up to frizzy hair. Now that I have short hair the challenge … Continue reading First step to fighting Frizz
Before I begin my fully natural journey I've like to leave my final recommendations for transitioners in regards to styling. For me the easiest way to combine both textures was to style my hair using the braid out method.In the video below I demonstrate how I braided my third day hair in order to rock … Continue reading Styling natural/transitioning Hair
As I have mentioned in previous post I have been transitioning to natural hair for a year and five months now. I still have a long way to go to fully get rid of my relaxed ends. At this point I am getting a bit impatient and annoyed at having to deal with two different … Continue reading Big Chop or Not?