Natural Hair Pick of the Week: Tutorial| Afro ‘Puff’ Style Variety

Natural Hair Natural Hair Pick of the Week: Tutorial| Afro ‘Puff’ Style Variety 2014 05 17 13

The weekend is here and like many other beautiful naturalistas, it’s time to do something fun to this natural hair. For the past three weeks I’ve been rockin’ the 3-strand twist out. I kinda wanted to give my hair a break this weekend and sport some cute afro styles but I wasn’t sure on how to go about it. Plus, Afros can be a bit boring if not styled to win. So, as usual, I scurried on over to YouTube to get a little assistance from one of the tons of amazing natural hair tutorials with styles sitting out there waiting to be

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Natural Hair Pick of the Week: 3 Strand Twist Out

Photo: St.Pete Times Four years ago I made the decision to return my hair to its natural state. Up until I was around ten years old or so I wore my natural hair pressed and in ponytails. That’s the customary hairstyle for young girls. Then the Jheri Curl fad came about and I just had to have one. My sister and I begged our mother to let us get one. Reluctantly, being an advocate for natural hair, she did. For years I wore a greasy fro heavily coated in curl activating gel; really greasy gel that makes your Jheri Curl pop. I went through

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Natural Hair Video of the Week: “How To Straighten and Trim Natural Hair”

Hi naturalistas! This weeks natural hair support video has to do with learning how to trim your own hair. Managing natural hair can get expensive at times. Purchasing and sorting through the right shampoos, conditioners, curling cremes and oils for your hair does put a dent in your change purse. So, adding a visit to your local beauty salon for a blow-out and quick trim is a financial stretch. This method, brought to you by Maria Antoinette, is cost-effective and simple. What you’ll need: Shampoo Conditioner Heat Protectant Blow Dryer Hair Clips Brush Sharp Sheers   Pt.1   Pt.2  

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Pure Beauty

If I had a daughter, I’d buy her a Barbie who looked just like Lupita. Where has she been all our lives. I take quit a few trips to the grocery store throughout the week and I must say it’s nice to see a beautiful dark-skinned woman on the front cover of a prestigious predominately white magazine in the check out line. Pure beauty! In an age where lighter skin is still preferred over darker skin, unless required, I love when it’s celebrated.Thank you People for displaying black beauty, pure beauty, with class. And, for giving young and older African-American girls

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