Before going completely natural, I did not consider how much my hair defines me; my mood, style and esteem.
Before going completely natural, I did not consider how much my hair defines me; my mood, style and esteem. I now stand tall in the decisions I mak...Read more
When my hair started falling out in clumps and my scalp was a hot mess, I couldn’t ignore it. It was the hair strand that broke the camel’s back, if you will.
I was born with a lot of hair. A LOT of hair. So much hair that my mom and babysitter (aka my 3rd “grandmother”) would take a ruler and measure...Read more
A close friend of mine was diagnosed with Lymphoma, and in solidarity with them, I shaved my head. It’s forced me to break out of my comfort zone a...Read more
Studies have shown that when a person is experiencing homelessness, others begin to disassociate them from being "human". Read more
Beyond every curl, braid, loc, and strand is a sacred story for women of color.Read more
On how motherhood helped this Mom break up with her flat iron.Read more
How one woman grew to accept her bright orange hair—after it fell out.Read more
My hair was controlling me. It stopped me from doing the things I loved and most importantly it prevented me from embracing my authentic, unaltered self.
Meet the blogger who redefined beauty for herself—naturally.Read more
I love my curly hair and I am more confident with it natural than any other way. Read more
We came from parents with very different backgrounds and it was bound that one of us would get the short end of the hair stick. I was that stick.
I’ve realized that I will always have a relationship with my hair — it’s a part of me and I can change it or not change it and that’s okay.Read more