Can I confess something horrible? As a longtime naturalista, over the years, I’ve caught myself judging other Black women. Not in an overtly hostile way. But I fell into a mindset where natural hair was the only hair that made sense to me. I thought it was the best choice for everyone. And for the […]
This is the end of the series on my haircare basics. If you missed my earlier posts, you can catch them here and here. Today I’m sharing what I use to wash my hair. Herbal Essences Hello Hydration – In June I bought the largest bottle on the shelf right before I started to undo […]
“I love my hair because it’s a reflection of my soul.” It’s appalling to me that from childhood, many black women are taught that their hair is nothing but a problem that must be dealt with. Rather than being told about how to care for it, they learn that it needs to be altered or […]
This is the best parody I’ve seen in a long time. (Featuring chescalocs aka chescaleigh, the Urban Bush Babes, Taren Guy and Hey Fran Hey.) On various sites devoted to natural hair, inevitably you’ll find them: Posts by black women fretting over the fact that their hair hasn’t grown by leaps and bounds…But when you […]
I haven’t got any. But I found some. Watch this video. And visit this site.