Fulani Tribe of Senegal With the continuously growing trend to go natural black women across the world are opting for low-maintenance protective styles such as braids, corn rows, faux locs and twist. Braids have been heavily decorated since the beginning of time and the African tribal tradition has been passed down through generation, right through…… Continue reading The Mane Chick
So yesterday I blogged about my ‘hair identity crisis break down’ and today I’ll tell you about what actually went down the day I decided to cut my hair. A horror of sorts. I decided to cut my hair in early January, I couldn’t take it anymore with the weaves and endless trips to the…… Continue reading Why do hair stylists never EVER follow instruction?
Very early this year on January 9th I abruptly decided to cut my hair. I was sick and tired of the long silky luscious weaves I’d been wearing since high school. In all honesty I think I’m going through a ‘hair identity’ crisis which is what lead me to cut my hair out of frustration.…… Continue reading “You can buy your hair if it won’t grow!”