“A black woman’s hair is like her soul, it can be damaged by harshness and lack of understanding, but in its resilience lies its true strength”.
Updated at least once a week with new natural hairstyles, hair products deals, giveaways and more, Going Natural sends out a weekly newsletter. Please sign up so we can keep you posted.
Terms and Conditions Events
All Sales to our events are final so please carefully check dates and time. This is our way to secure your seat or to guarantee you entrance to any of our well attended events.
We look forward seeing you!
With a community of more than 27.000 members, Going-Natural.com is the largerst soical and networking site that features and promotes Natural Hair. Innovative projects like the Going Natural Video Diaries, the Pursuit of Nappiness Exhibit and America’s Next Natural Model, only fuels interest and traffic to our website.
With a community of more than 28.000 members, Going-Natural.com is the largerst soical and networking site that features and promotes Natural Hair. Innovative projects like the Going Natural Video Diaries, the Pursuit of Nappiness Exhibit and America’s Next Natural Model, only fuels interest and traffic to our website.
All content on this web site, such as text, graphics and images is the property of Going Natural Inc. or its content suppliers and protected by United States and international copyright laws.
All rights reserved. No part of this website may be repoduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronical or mechanical, photocopying of photogaphs without perrmission from Going-Natural Inc.
News & Blogs
Natural Hair Products
America’s Next Natural Model
This website and all my projects here are done with one goal in mind:
To change the perception of Natural Hair
Once we change our stereotypical perception of African hair, we will value its beauty and won’t feel the need to manipulate our tresses beyond damage.
So changing the perception of natural hair will hopefully drastically reduce the hair & scalp issues for Black women in the Diaspora.
Besides my book Going Natural How to Fall in Love with Nappy Hair and this website going-natural.com I also started the Pursuit of Nappiness to literally paint a different picture of natural hair and America’s Next Natural Model to promote the beauty of Natural Hair.
I hope you enjoy my projects and look forward to your feedback.
Greetings and Welcome!
Our goal is to promote the Beauty of African hair and we love for you to take part.
So please create a profile, comment on what you like and share it on your facebook page.
Your feedback is essential to send a messageand spread the word about our exceptional tresses.
Thank you and Stay Beautiful,
Founder and Owner of Going-Natural.com
As a working professional, I wasn’t in anyway interested in trading my talents for portfolio work. But as the model expounded on why she was looking for such an agreement, my tone changed.
The model was Chassity, and she was looking for a photographer to help her with the ANNM 2012 competition. When she explained the competition, I immediately thought about my wife!
With advance degrees in biology and physiology, Michele George is a professionally trained researcher who has spent over two decades applying the art of science to the culture of hair.
From her knowledge of the impact of biopharmaceuticals and the physiological structures of the hair, she has applied her expertise from the lab benches of Johns Hopkins to the boardrooms of the top pharmaceutical companies and now to the cosmetology industry. She has integrated this knowledge as a Certified Natural Hair Consultant and Personal Trainer via her books training others to grow healthy, beautiful hair from chemical relaxers, the art of locking hair and the unique transformation of un-locking hair.
After I readGoing Natural: How to Fall in Love With Nappy Hairby Mireille Liong-A-Kong, the lady behind this super helpful natural hair care resource, I knew that I was ready to get locs.
I wasvacationingduring the summer of 2010, and I brought the book along with me. I had been enjoying the freedom of natural hair for the past five years. As I read Mireille’s book, I realized that I had tried every natural hairstyleshe mentioned, except for the ones with extensions or weave. When I reached the locs section, I received a real education.
Mireille Liong-A-Kong, a Suriname native, graduated with a Master Degree in Information Technology from the University of Amsterdam and changed the capital of Holland for the city of Brooklyn New York in 2003.
Personally taunted by the notorious hair and scalp issues eminent in the Black community, Liong decided to devote her professional expertise to the advantage of African Hair. She started Going Natural Inc, a social business to redeem the beauty of natural hair with the goal to help decrease the issues.