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Afro Hair And Beauty Show 

Hello beautiful people, 

It has been a while since I have posted but I wanted to share my experience at the Afro hair and beauty show. I had the opportunity to win some tickets to attend this show and I was so very happy and grateful for all those who helped me to win.

I originally wanted to go to the show but I wasn’t sure. I saw the opportunity to win some tickets so I decided to go for it and WON! Whoohoo. I attended the show last year and found it interesting so I wanted to see what it was like this year.

I love the fact that so many people are pushing to have their own business in something that they love and are passionate about. As soon as I walked in, there were many different stalls selling African accessories, dresses, materials etc. There is something about African materials that I just love! I had a quick look around and went straight upstairs to where the hair and beauty show was taking place.

The crowd was a bit much for me as in some areas I could hardly squeeze past the many people that were crowding around stalls trying to get their products. One of the things that really stood out for me in the show was the fact that these people decided to gain the knowledge needed in regards to natural hair and made a business out of it. I stood around one stall and this guy was demonstrating his products on someone’s natural hair. I even went to one of his private talks straight after. One thing that I noticed is that the only way we can really take care of our natural hair is if we gain knowledge and find what really works for us. I have been stressing this since I went back to my natural state hair.

A lot of people stress that they can’t go natural because they wouldn’t know what to do and it won’t look nice etc, but to be honest, all we need to do is learn what works for our hair. That was the main thing I took from the show.

I also love the fact that many people saw an opportunity in the Afro hair and beauty world and decided to take that opportunity and make it into a business. What don’t work for you can work for someone else so I believe there is definitely enough room for everyone to shine!

I really enjoyed my day at the show and to top it off I walked away with a few freebies….check out some of the pictures below. Until next time.😘

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Why doesn’t my natural hair look like hers? Part2 

This is such a big topic I had to do a part two. A lot of people I believe don’t go natural because they have in mind ‘what it should look like.’ They look at the girls on Instagram, watch all the YouTube channels and think ‘o my gosh, I want my hair like that.’ Sorry to disappoint you but we are all uniquely made so we can never look like so and so or have so and so’s hair. I love to see women embracing what they have and not trying to compare themselves to anyone else! This is so damaging, hence why many people want to change how they look.

I decided to ask a few of my friends who are natural their pros and cons with their natural hair and here are their opinions…..
Shanna 


Embracing my natural hair has definitely taught me a lot about self love. It helped me to think deeper about why I choose certain looks and if it was purely out what I liked or based on what others considered “beautiful”. I find that it is also healthier for my hair long term, every few years I would experience hair loss which I wasn’t able to tackle until I embraced my natural hair, now I know how to deal with it in the correct way instead of overlooking the root of what triggers it and how to regrow my hair. 

Negatives, hmmm when I feel lazy and my hair actually does not cooperate at all so I just have to do a wash and go in the end. Another personal negative is when I get stressed and my hair starts breaking as a sign of me needing to rest; can be annoying as I know not everyone’s body reacts the same way and it means putting my hair away for a while to stop the breakage. 

Comparing my 4c hair to others. I think in the beginning it’s hard because certain textures are considered more because the curl patterns are looser and easier to managed but I wouldn’t change mine for anything. My curl pattern changes each time I cut my hair so I have learnt to embrace what I have.

Suraya 


I love the fact of  less use of harmful chemicals and just allowing my hair to be. 

I don’t like sometimes that I never know what to do with my hair. 

Omo 


Biggest struggle was getting used to my new texture and new length as I was very used to my long straight relaxed hair. I would see other girls with looser curls and would try to manipulate my curls with different products then came to realise I had to embrace my own texture and love it. I love the fact that my hair is thick and it has body, my hair type allows me to do a lot of versatile styles and I have the option to wear my hair short or long.
Marilyn 


My struggle sometimes is plaiting my hair every night, I find this difficult to do as I’m often tired so I end up plaiting it twice a week then just make do with the shrinkage for the other days. 

My hair is sooo versatile, I love all the hairstyles I can do. I actually love the fact that it has a mind of its own sometimes lol. I love my curl pattern when it’s wet, it’s soo cute. I love the fact that someone can look at it and think it’s short, then when I stretch it, it’s like 😱😱😱!! I love the lazy hairstyles I can do when I just can’t be bothered and it still looks good. And I love the fact that practically anything I do with my hair is a hairstyle lool

Shanika 


Aside from feeling totally empowered about embracing everything about myself. I really love the fact when I walk on street and see another natural “sister ” and its like you have this connection just through your hair. Our generation will pass on something different for children that they can be themselves and not be afraid about it😊

The hardest thing about natural hair is wash day, I hate that it takes me a whole day😒

As you can see all these beautiful ladies have totally different hair texture and it’s not everything they like about  returning natural. One thing though is that they recognise that they are different and they are embracing it along the journey. 

If you are still struggling with this learn from theses ladies who have come to love their hair and are learning to work with what they have. 

Until next time….don’t be afraid to leave your comment and share share share💁🏾

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Protecting My Hair…..Braids 

So I decided to get my hair done in braids. I am so not a braids or weave person at all. My friends tend to tell me off a lot when I do my hair and the next week or two they see it out again. I even had one say to me ‘Chev I know you, that hair will be out next week or the week after.’ I had to laugh because that’s how I am with hair. This time however, I am going to push myself not to take it out quickly.
I chose to do braids because I was getting a little bit bored with my hair and also to help the growth process. As my hair is natural and it’s a TWA (teenie weenie afro) I can’t do much and I like to change my hair up from time to time. One of the reasons for cutting my hair and going natural was to get healthier and longer hair. I wanted to take care of my hair much better than I did before.

As I go along, I like to ask questions and research about how to better care for my hair and what helps. One of the things that I found out is that natural hair ends have to be protected. The ends tend to be damaged easily so it’s good to keep them away for a little while. Protective styling is not necessarily braids but I chose braids because I like how it looks and I can easily wake up in the morning and not have to struggle with what to do with my hair. I know that when my hair grows I won’t be putting braids in much. I will work with other protective styles.
I choose not to keep my hair in for too long so that it can get the right moisture and just breathe. I have seen women keep their braids in for very long and it’s caused a lot of damage. I have also seen them keep it in and it’s helped their hair to grow. I just think it all depends on the person and what is good for their hair. I personally don’t keep hair in for a long time because to be honest I feel 100% more confident with my actual hair out.

When I did my hair it was extremely tight, that’s another reason I don’t like to put braids or weave. I think I have very sensitive scalp and I just can’t handle the pain lool. However a friend of mine introduced something that helped to ease the pain. She rubbed Vicks on my scalp and instantly I started to feel the relief. Just a little tip for you guys. I also heard apple cider vinegar is really good for scalp and I have very itchy scalp so I will be trying this out to see if it works.


Hopefully I can share the results of this protective style with you guys soon. Until next time……don’t forget to share, like and comment!

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Patience Patience Patience! 

Are you thinking about going natural or in the process of transition? Did you do the big chop? Are you thinking ‘why is my hair not growing’?Patience, patience, patience. I have a habit of playing with my hair and length checking every single day lol. I mean every single day!

We all know that natural hair does some pretty amazing things. You may look at someone’s natural hair and think its short, I dare you to go and pull a few strands. You will be pleasantly surprised. That’s part of the beauty about our hair; it’s so versatile and does some things we just don’t understand sometimes.

It’s been 7 weeks since I did the big chop. Have I seen growth? Sure I have but you probably won’t be able to tell. This little fro does hide and seek (lol). Sometimes I see the growth and sometimes I think ‘is my hair even moving.’ That’s where I’ve been learning to be patient. I notice that am the kind of person that when I want something or if I make a decision to do something but really make a decision, I just don’t want to wait, I act straight away. That can be very dangerous btw because I have done things without thinking properly.

Hair doesn’t grow over night. It takes a lot of care and time for it to grow. We hear a lot that black natural hair doesn’t grow but that’s not true because I’ve seen many natural hair women with beautiful long hair. It’s just all about how we take care of it. Sometimes it’s to do with a person’s gene but I also believe how we take care of our hair plays a part.

I know many people may be thinking they don’t want to go natural because their hair won’t grow or it will take too long. Well, that’s a part of life, some things take longer than others but it’s how bad you want it that will determine if you will stick to what it is you set out to do in the first place. That’s the thing, when you do things for you and not for everyone else you don’t lose that focus no matter how long it takes.

We can be very impatient human beings. We want something and we want it now. If we think we can’t get it now then we change our minds or try to find an easier route. I encourage anyone thinking about going natural to learn patience. As I said before our hair is amazing at doing things we don’t necessarily understand or would like it to do but that’s a part of the journey and learning about your hair. I personally cannot wait to have my hair at the length I desire to have, I guess that’s why I do length checks everyday lol.

Not having patience with your hair can make you go back to relaxers or do things that may even damage your hair. Think about the goals you set out for your hair and continue to learn to care for it knowing that it takes time to get to where you want it to be.

This also taught me that in anything to do with life we have to have patience otherwise we will end up doing things we regret or even missing out on something great in the long run.


This is the progress in the space of a month (hair not stretched). 

 Until next time guys…..thank you for taking the time to read, please don’t forget to like, share and comment. I love to hear from you guys.

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Why doesn’t my natural hair look like hers?😫

If you ever find yourself having this thought, the plain truth is your hair will never look like hers because you are not her. If you are thinking about going natural and you have this kind of mentality, its best not to because you may be disappointed.
I think there is a big thing on wanting your natural hair to look like so and so’s. The dream of having those cute curls, that big curly fro and being able to slick down your edges and it actually staying down lol. I am actually sitting here typing and laughing because I have been very guilty of this and I have come across others who have thought the same.

Instagram is full of natural hair ladies and they all have different texture hair. One thing that I have noticed though is that many pictures (not all) with ladies with the nice slick curly hair gets more attention. That’s just the honest truth. I find myself liking those pictures more often too. I believe it’s because of what we have grown to believe is beautiful. I am coming to realise that every hair is beautiful in its own way but a big problem I have seen with natural hair ladies sometimes is that they do not know how to take care of it. I think it’s all about learning from others and finding out what works for you.

There is a whole thing on what type of natural hair you have, 4c, 4b, 3c, 3b etc. I actually haven’t looked into this much because I don’t really put myself in that hair category. For me it doesn’t make a difference. I am just learning about my hair and what it likes and what it doesn’t. I have already found out that coconut oil doesn’t take well to my hair so I am continuing to try new products to see what works and what doesn’t.

We all have different hair and that is something we all need to have in mind especially if you are thinking about going natural. You can’t decide to go natural and expect your hair to look a certain way, it don’t work like that. I didn’t know how my hair was going to look when I decided to do the big chop and I was scared it wouldn’t look the way I may have imagined but I had to learn my hair won’t look like the pictures I may like on Instagram, but that’s ok, I can still work with my texture. As I said finding the right products is a must because this is helping me.

The moment we start to compare our hair etc is when we start to have those little complexes and may even start to look at ourselves as not beautiful. What you think about yourself shouldn’t come from the opinion of others or comparing how you look to someone else. I said it before and I will say it again ‘beauty is in the eyes of the beholder.’

Let’s stop comparing our hair to this person and that person and start to embrace what we have. I love how unique our natural hair can be. Your texture is just as beautiful as the other persons and don’t let no one tell you otherwise!

These are  a few pictures of my hair. To be honest I am very shocked that my hair looks like this! I didn’t expect it to look the way it does. Please bare in mind it looks like this because I do use products. Without my ecostyler gel it’s doesn’t look like this but it doesn’t mean I love my hair any less😊
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My natural hair is ugly😕

‘My natural hair is ugly’. This was what I thought before I decided to cut my hair and I am sure other people may be struggling with this thought too. It may be hard to admit but it’s true for many people.Ugly – ‘unpleasant or repulsive, especially in appearance.’

This is the thought I had concerning my hair before I even cut it. Not the best choice of word, right? How could I think what I was born with was unpleasant and repulsive? When I was thinking my natural hair was ugly I didn’t think of it being repulsive and unpleasant but in reality that’s what it was because that’s what the word ugly means.

 

In today’s society women do everything to look beautiful. One of those things in the black community is relaxing our hair. I must say this again, I am not against relaxers at all; I was using it for 13 years and didn’t see a problem lol. I am against some thoughts that come with relaxing your hair, one of them being ‘it’s more beautiful.’ The world teaches people what is beautiful and what is not. If we don’t have a mind of our own then we will fall into that trap and begin to do things to fit in. I believe this is where relaxing black hair came into action. Reading upon how relaxers started, I found that it was because straight hair was accepted in society more back then and was seen acceptable and more ‘beautiful.’

 

We have to remember, what one person may see as beautiful another person may not, and you know what…THAT’S OK! We cannot please everyone in this world and if we try we will live a very very very unhappy life. No one wants to be unhappy.

 

I struggled with the ‘what would people think syndrome’, yes I said syndrome lol. It’s a big thing in today’s world. That thought made me hesitate in regards to cutting my hair and going back to its natural state, along with thinking it was ugly. The thought crossed my mind of what guy would want me with my hair natural. I had to quickly snap out of it. Whoever is out there for me can’t be so shallow to not want me with my natural hair, if that’s the thought; he’s not for me then lol. The reality these days is that we are made to think straight hair, weave etc is more appealing and that’s what guys are looking for. It’s a very stupid thought, I know, but I believe many struggle with thoughts like this. We have to remember not to do anything for others because the outcome may be disappointment, take those decisions because you want to.

 

I think it takes effort and learning in order to become really comfortable and happy with what we have and who we are. Focusing on what society shows as beautiful will never help us to get to that place, most of it is all fake. I started learning more and more how to do my hair, learning from others (not wanting to look like them) and I surely began to embrace and love my natural hair and you know what? IT’S BEAUTIFUL!

 

Ugly? I think not 😂💁🏾 

Have you ever heard of the quote ‘beauty is in the eyes of the beholder?’ I am sure you have, think about this the next time you don’t appreciate or think you or any part of you is beautiful.

 

 

 

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Hair dye disaster🤦🏽‍♀️

Hi everyone
So, I love love love having my hair brown. It’s like a signature colour for me if you can say that. I was dying my hair brown for many years, I just love it. When I cut my hair I always knew I will make sure I have my hair brown again.

I was trying not to put any chemicals that could harm my hair so I researched and asked around what I could do to dye my hair brown again. I was told henna was a really good natural hair dye. I went on YouTube to check it out. I watched videos of other natural hair ladies dying their hair with henna and I thought ok, ‘am going to give it a try’.

I didn’t know specifically what henna dye to buy so I asked someone in the shop which one was best. I was excited to get my brown hair back. I followed the instructions on the box and went ahead to dye my hair brown. I kept it in for about 2hours as this was what the box said. When I finally washed it out my hair was jet BLACK! Bearing in mind the henna was meant to be a light brown hair dye.😒


I left it at that for a few days. I was very disappointed; I wanted my brown hair back. Being the person I am I wanted to try again lol. I went to the shop again and got a different brand but same light brown colour henna. This time I think I even left the dye in longer than I did previously. I washed out the henna and again my hair looked jet BLACK. In my mind I was like what on earth is this. The box was selling me dreams about making my hair brown.😩

I decided to dye my hair again but with my usual chemical based dye. I bought my normal sun kissed brown colour. I was so excited because finally I was going to have my brown hair, using something I was sure would make my hair the colour I wanted. I did my usual with this dye and when I washed it out, again my hair remained black. The roots however looked a little bit brown. Again I was left disappointed but still determined to have my brown hair.

I went on to do my research as to why my hair won’t turn the brown colour I wanted. I think the henna needed to be removed from my hair before I could see the effects of the chemical dye. I checked if I could dye my hair with a chemical dye after using henna. It wasn’t advised but again I went and bought another sun kissed brown hair dye. This time I left it in for longer than usual but when I washed it out, my roots were very much brown but my ends black.

I decided this must stop, so I have been giving the dye a break. Thankfully it hasn’t damaged my hair. Having dyed my hair 4 times, twice with henna and twice with dark and lovely hair dye, my desired light brown hair is still pending lol. I most defiantly still want my hair all brown but for now, I have to deal with the brown roots and black ends. (The brown is not noticeable only if I make a parting)

Until next time….Dont forget to check out my previous post, have a lovely day! 

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Natural hair and the many products😓

Hi everyone,Hope you are all having a great Wednesday!

I remember the first time I was trying to go natural. I went into the shop to get some products for my hair. Did I even know what I was looking for? NO! lol. I ended up wasting around £20 on 3 items that I eventually gave away after relaxing my hair again.

This time round after doing the big chop, I did more research into what I needed for my hair. I think is very important for anyone deciding to go natural. If you don’t know what you need, you end up wasting money. After doing my research I had an idea of what I needed, this also related to the styles (even though it’s just one I stick with at the moment lol) I would be doing as I have short hair. I didn’t just want products that would style my hair but also ones that would promote growth and health.

Hair shops can be a trap lol. Whenever I go in I always want to buy every product in the shop. The long isles filled with everything you could think of is so tempting.


The first few products I have started off with are coconut oil, olive oil, argon oil (oil treatment), ecostyler gel for my edges and shea moisture curl enhancing smoothie.

I was using the coconut oil for the first few days and noticed that it made my hair feel very course. Although it has a lot of benefits, I didn’t like how it made my hair feel so I have stopped using it and now use it for my skin.

Benefits of coconut oil for hair….

• Promotes growth

• Helps with dandruff

• Fights against hair breakage and split ends

• Softens and adds shine  


As I said, I didn’t like what it was doing to my hair when I was using it so I stopped. That’s not to say that if you decide to use it, it won’t work for you. Different hair types respond to products differently so I believe it’s worth a try.

I love using olive oil in my hair. When my hair was relaxed I used it a lot and it really helped my hair to gain strength and growth. I stopped for a long time though and my hair started to break. I use it now and I really can see the difference. It adds shine and I believe it’s helping to stimulate growth. You wouldn’t see it now as natural hair shrinks a lot but when I stretch my hair I can see growth from a month ago when I cut my hair.

Benefits of olive oil….

• Strengthens and shine

• Help with split ends

• Softens the hair 


I am in love with the Crème of Nature argon oil. Every time I use it, it makes my hair feels super soft! I use this on a daily basis when I am styling my hair. Natural hair can become dry very very easily and I believe this product helps to keep my hair moisture and shiny. I usually use this and a bit of the olive oil.


The shea moisture curl enhancer is one product that I also love. I love products that smell good and I love the smell of this one. I wouldn’t say this product help to really define my curls but when I do use it, my curls come out a bit more. It also makes my hair feel soft which I adore.


I have never been a fan of gel because I’ve seen it break hair a lot. The ecostyler gel however is the bomb! I have been using it for a while now even with relaxed hair and it hasnt affected my hair at all. The only downfall I must say is that it does get flakey after a while but I usually sort that by rubbing a bit of olive oil😀


As I mentioned before, different products work differently for everyone. We don’t all have the same hair type so what works for me may not work for you. I do however, suggest olive and the argon oil as these are natural products and they work great, especially in keeping my hair moisture and shine.


I will still be trying out more products in the very near future, am sure there are more out there that will help with growing and keeping my hair healthy. I hope I don’t become a product junkie😳.I do think it’s very good to try new things to see what works for you and what doesn’t. If you don’t try, you won’t ever know. I will keep you updated on anything else I find that helps my hair.

I would love to hear what products have been working for you guys and maybe I will be able to try them out on my hair.💁🏾

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Natural hair and working in the corporate world🤔👩🏽‍💻

Hi everyone,This is something I was a bit hesitant to speak about but I do think a lot people may feel the same way or have felt the same way when thinking about going natural. Going back to natural hair is actually a very big decision and it comes with a lot of doubts, fears, question marks etc and where you work plays a part.

I work in the corporate world and that played a BIG part on my decision. We all know that in the corporate world there is a certain standard so to speak of how you should present yourself. You cannot turn up to work in jeans and trainers; it’s all about suits, jackets, formal dresses etc. Hair can also play a big part in completing the corporate look.

As I mentioned in my previous post, it was so easy for me to pack my hair back in a bun and go about my day. For me this was simple and made me look the part. Going from this to a TWA (teenie weenie afro) was going to be a major difference for me. It was no longer going to be the slick bun but a small curly afro.

I wasn’t sure how colleagues would react and that kind of scared me because they were so used to seeing me with straight hair. In my mind I felt like my hair wouldn’t be suitable for the job that I do. Thinking about it, it sounds so silly now because my hair shouldn’t define how I do my job. I am still the same person that got hired all those months ago; it’s just that my hair is a bit different now.

I am generally a person who likes to look presentable whether I am at work or not. My hair is a big thing for me. I always try to keep it looking good, short or long. It’s not because I cut my hair and its growing out in its natural state that I will not take care of it and leave it anyhow. I must admit it takes extra work and natural hair tends to do its own thing at times (if you know you know lol). You may smooth out your edges and by half way through your day those edges have rebelled back into the curls.

I have read articles and stories on people who were hesitant to go back to their natural hair because of where they work. As I said this was a big question mark for me also but I just went for it. I had to push past that thought and do this for me. We all know relaxers are full of chemicals and can do a lot of damage as time goes on. If you decide that you want to stop all that for your health or whatever reason, where you work shouldn’t have such a big effect. That’s my personal opinion. It had an effect on me due to what people would think and if it was acceptable in the environment I worked in. (I have nothing against relaxers by the way!).

What may look good to you may not look good to others and that also comes down to doing things for you and not so much for people. Styling short natural hair can very frustrating and difficult especially according to the environment you are in on a daily basis. I say this because we tend to do our hair differently when we go out, work, interview etc. It was very difficult in the beginning but I played around with my hair a few days and I have been finding out what works for me and my ‘’work look.’’

This is a very wide topic but I don’t want to go into it too much, I am not an expert. I am simply putting out my personal thoughts and experiences along this journey. What you choose to do with your hair I think should be totally up to you but I know different factors can affect your decisions. My confidence with my natural hair is growing daily. I do get a lot more looks from people though, not sure if it’s good or bad lol but am enjoying the process so it doesn’t bother me.

Sorry for the long post…hope you enjoyed the read, please feel free to leave your comment and share with others…until next time!💁🏾

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Why I nearly cried after the BIG CHOP 😢

Hello beautiful people,Thank you all in advance for taking the time out of your precious day to read my blog. I believe we all have something we can share with others whether big or small. There is something we can all learn from each other. This is a part of the reason I wanted to start a blog.

So….let’s get into why I nearly cried the first few days of me cutting my hair lol. One of the reason was because I literally didn’t know what to do with it. I usually do my hair every morning before I go to work and when I had longer relaxed hair, it was very easy to bush it back in a bun and am out the door. Having short natural hair I couldn’t do that anymore. I woke up early one morning to give myself some extra time to do my hair and that morning I looked in the mirror and was like ‘why did I cut my hair’, tears literally nearly came out of my eyes. I started to regret the decision I made. That day I only left the house because I would have been late to work otherwise, lol. I was satisfied but not completely happy with it.

Everything I was trying just wasn’t settling with me and giving the confidence I usually had in regards to my hair. In all honesty a part of me was afraid of people’s reactions. I didn’t know how people were going to react and what they would think about my new tweenie weenie afro (twa). Those thoughts knocked my confidence for a few days.

So many people were complimenting me, but for me I just wasn’t completely sold on my new haircut. When I really think about it, I was more concerned on what others would say and think rather than how I would look at myself and what I would think. I was frustrating myself because I kind of wanted everyone to accept my hair lol. Silly I know but that’s how we think sometimes as human beings. We all want to be accepted one way or another.

It then hit me… ‘Chev, you didn’t do this for anyone to accept you, you did this because you wanted to, you did this for yourself’. It’s funny how we can do things for everyone to accept us and be happy with us but in reality, that’s just impossible. We can and will never be able to please everyone no matter how hard we try. That’s just not how the world works.

An important lesson I learnt in this is, whatever you do, do for yourself first and never forget that. In return whether people like the decision you made or not, it won’t affect you because you didn’t do it for them in the first place!

P.S I don’t have that problem anymore, I am embracing my natural hair more and more each day and I am loving the experience coming with it.

I would love to hear from you, please leave your comments on what you think or any questions you may have….don’t forget to like, share, and follow for new post…until next time😘💁🏾