After finally taking the plunge and going natural, I felt lost and took awhile to find my way when it came to loving my hair.
has been blogging about the fabulous world of beauty for over 5 years.
A face and name synonymous with international fashion campaigns and catwalk shows, Rachel Radharani Henna Ritfeld is the embodiment of diversity — professionally and personally. Seasoned model, sparkling screen presence in hit shows like MTV’s Hip-Hop Candy and numerous music videos (including 50 Cent and Justin Timberlake’s “Ayo Technology”)
Patricia Gaines, otherwise known on Nappturality.com as “Deecoily” and the founder of Nappturality.com.
Belle comes from a creative background in fine art and has spent the last 9 years working in fashion retail and, most recently, ihigh end hairdressing salons that include Aveda and Hari’s salon in London’s most affluent areas. Belle has also worked as a freelance natural hair stylist specialising in braiding,
International Award winning Maria Thompson of Twist & Curves specialises in Braids, Locs, Twists & Natural Hair. She is also a Licensed Cosmetologist, Educator & Platform Artist. A native of London, England, she started there over 30 years ago, and migrated to the USA in the 80’s.
With a passion for all things natural hair, art crafts and design, she shares bits and pieces of these love on her blogazine Afroniquely You. On the blogazine, she discusses the beauty of natural hair, tips and tricks to keep it healthy and fabulous.
Teri, author of Curly LIke me, experienced, in both cultures, how very curly hair is dealt with, as well as how it feels to have hair like hers. Like many people of mixed-African heritage, she has curls of various sizes, ranging from waves to coils narrower than the width of a pencil.
After Lady Kinnks took the step to go natural, she felt liberated, but lost. Along her journey, she had the help of friends, books, products, and trial and error..
I wore locs for 5 years, and loose hair for five. I work in the nonprofit industry, and I am a writer.