The very 1st What Naturals Love Hair & Fashion Show took place on August 17 at Tama Fest in Bedstuy Brooklyn, New York. Five natural hairstylists and 18 models graced the stage at the 9th annual Tama Summer Fest officially opening WhatNaturalsLove.com, the marketplace for natural hair, Black beauty and Diaspora fashion.
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To mark the 15th anniversary I am publishing a special edition of Going Natural, How to Fall in Love with Nappy Hair. To celebrate this milestone I offer you a special edition of the book with a free gift! Check it out.
Going-Natural.com, the longest running natural hair blog, celebrates its 15th anniversary with a natural hair and fashion show, an exhibition and a new online marketplace WhatNaturalsLove.com.
Black Seed oil for hair : It was my namesake friend who told me years ago that Black Seed oil had grown her hair. She was a newly natural and couldn’t stop raving about this miracle oil that was moisturizing and growing her hair.
Directed by award-winning documentary filmmaker and clinical psychologist, Dr. Gillian Scott-Ward, Back to Natural reveals the shocking truth about hair, politics, and racial identity in Black communities and beyond. Filmed in the US, France and South Africa, this documentary is a powerful call for healing that takes a grassroots approach to exploring the globalized policing […]
The 15th anniversary edition of Going Natural, How to Fall in Love with Nappy Hair is coming out in September. Added will be a listing of natural hair salons and Black owned natural hair care brands.
Join us for the What Naturals Love Hair & Fashion Show on August 17 in Brooklyn, NY. We are celebrating the 15th anniversary of Going-Natural.com, the longest running natural hair blog! You are more than welcome to join us giving homage to the salons, braiders and natural hair care entrepreneurs who kept
Natural African hair has always been fascinating. The beautiful hairstyles of locks, braids and cornrows we see everywhere today are amazing. Just when you thought, you have seen it all you get another dazzling piece of creative hair art coming. The styling possibilities are endless and make you wonder about the roots. It makes you […]
At the 15th anniversary of Going-Natural.com, I would like to give homage to the natural hair stylists and salons who rooted the natural hair movement. To those who kept Black follicles alive, healthy and stylish, long before natural hair became the movement it is today.
Black people are the only human beings on planet earth who need to go to court to obtain the right to wear their god-given tresses natural. Locs, Afros, Cornrows, all perfectly natural styles for black hair as it grows out of follicles, are stigmatized to the point that they are declared unacceptable. Not only in the […]
The endless ways you can wear this dress. This dress made Going Natural history on facebook when the video went viral after the blog Please help me find this dress. Click to order The Moroccan Magic Dress.
After 15 years of blogging I am Looking for Natural Hair and Black Beauty businesses at IBS New York to see how billion dollar the industry has changed.
I had never been very close with my own mother growing up. When I lost her to cancer at the tender age of 8, I had always wished that we had more time. Since the day I saw the double lines on my pregnancy strip appear, I imagined taking my child on special dates – […]
Going Natural Lecture in Amsterdam, the Netherlands at Vereniging Ons Suriname [envira-gallery id=”16101″]
My four best girlfriends and I keep a monthly afternoon coffee and cakes date. When it was my turn to host, I had forgotten to reschedule two appointments to leave time for cooking and cleaning. Then I remembered my Grandmother’s homemade fruit cakes that, from prep to decorations, were a total of 25 minutes! Of […]
Aloha! Mahalo. Komo mai e ai. Greetings! Thank you. Come in and eat. These 3 basic Hawaiian expressions can get you very far on the islands of this beautiful and other worldly place. But what’s the best way to travel, where to go, what to do, and what to pack? I’ll help you with my […]