Maybe the girl forever wearing a bonnet is on to something

 

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Everyone has a friend or knows someone who always has on a bonnet or head scarf. If you can’t think of someone you are that someone.They go every where in them to the bank, work, appointments you name it. But, have you ever stopped to wonder if that women may  be on to something. Well if you haven’t you probably should.

Think back to the days when you went to the shop to get pin curls or a wrap. You may not have even made it home before you wrapped your hair to preserve the new do. Once you were in the house for the next week or so you were diligent about the preservation of the slayage. As soon as you stepped foot in the door the first thing on your agenda was to wrap your hair for the evening. Read More

Sharing the message of being comfortable in your own skin through Art

 

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You may know of these pictures but getting to know the artist behind it is another story.

Keturah Ariel Nailah Bobo,  is a visual artist/designer from the midwest. According to naturallycurly.com she was exposed to art as a toddler while  being home schooled by her mother.

“My goal as an artist is to relate to the people who view and appreciate my art. I want people to know that they are not alone by making them feel comfortable with who they are” says Bobo.

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Remembering Nelson Mandela

Nelson Mandela 1918-2013. Nelson Mandela was a honorable man. He supported equality for all people. He wanted better for his country and for the world.  He spent his whole life fighting for equality amongst the people of South Africa. His life touched the lives of us all.Nelson Mandela  was a beacon of hope for humanity. Below is a small gesture of appreciation to the life of Nelson Mandela.

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Tips for styling on dry hair verses wet curls

Hey guys today I will be sharing how I get through a week of styling on dry hair instead of wet hair. Here is my secrete I braid my hair at night. I know so simple right!Yes, I put my hair in about 12 plaits at night. If I have any kinks left over from the day before I brush them right on out. Yes brush with a soft bristled brush. I try to avoid unnecessary hair lossage.

In the morning I have the choice of keeping the crimps or finger detangling. If you apply Shea butter to your hair the night before your hair should be easy to work through.If you follow this tip you will avoid unnecessary tangles and your hair and scalp will thank you! The following are pictures from clutch magazine. Remember be curly be happy be you and you will never fail.Remember be curly be happy be you and you will never fail.

 

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