After seeing a photo of this beautiful photo posted in our loc group on Facebook called Locs & Stuff, we knew we had to interview them. It’s always refreshing to see a loc’d couple like Kenneya & Bookai who hail from Atlanta, GA. Sharing your loc journey with a significant other can bond you together as a couple and as a family unit. Not only are they couple goals and family goals, but they are loc goals for those of us in the loc community. Let’s get to know them.
If you are still on the fence about trying the amazing What Natural’s Love Organic Shampoo Bombs for Locs and Natural Hair, here is another product review. Not just by anyone but from King Zino upcoming rapper from the Netherlands. Read More “Rapper King Zino tried the Organic Shampoo Bombs on his 10 year old locs”
Going-Natural.com proudly launched WhatNaturalsLove.com, a marketplace with naturalistas, locers, locsters and fashionistas of all kind in mind.
You can shop for Natural Hair Products, locs, sisterlocks, braidlocs and traditional but also unique Diaspora fashion. Read More “What Naturals Love for Naturalistas, Locsters and Fashionistas from the Diaspora and Beyond”
Have you tried our amazing, deep cleaning Organic Shampoo Bombs for locs? If not, what are you waiting for? Read More “Product Review – Organic Shampoo Bombs on my Locs by Kim Reed”
One of the greatest things about the natural hair movement is the soar of women businesses. In an industry made by Black women yet owned by companies with no affinity for Black follicles, this is more than just promising. Read More “A tribute to all the natural hairstylists who kept Black follicles happy healthy and groundbreakingly stylish”
It’s impossible to celebrate Black history without celebrating Black follicles. From the revolutionary Afro in the 60’s to the “too ethnic” braids in the 80’s and the locs (a.k.a Dreadlocks) that still cause controversy today, it is clear that our hair is inextricable intertwined with fighting for our humanness and freedom. Read More “20 Black History moments that significantly shaped our Hair legacy”
The scalp is the foundation on which hair grows. It is also the focal point of a lot of activities that have to do with the head and a simple massage can go a long way in revitalizing it. However, rather than use your hands, try a scalp massager. Scalp massagers are becoming increasingly popular with time.
It’s a bonnet! No, it’s a headwrap! Fact is The Multi- Wear Magic Headwrap is a wonderful piece of colorful art that you can wear however you see fit. You can be sure it will turn heads. The great thing about the Multi-Wear Magic Headwrap is that it doesn’t look like a shower cap nor does it have elastic that adds pressure on your edges. It is designed for comfort and to adorn your crown. Read More “The Multi-Wear Magic Headwrap”
Ever gotten wound up with the stress of packing up for your travel because there’re many things to tag along but just a little space? Yeah, we know that feeling! Plus, we know how annoying it is when you’re packing up your things
In the wake of the recent killings of innocent Black men by incompetent racist police officers, the importance of how we use our $1.1 Trillion economic power has once again risen to the surface. Buy Black always comes up in light of these type of horrific racial crimes as many are convinced that marching can only do so much. It’s the money that talks that can bring real change. Read More “How Black Follicles Matter economically”
Finally, the video of the What Naturals Love Hair and Fashion Show! This marks the official opening of our new marketplace: WhatnaturalsLove.com. The celebration for the 15th anniversary continues though with more giveaways. So sty tuned.
On August 17 we started the celebration of the 15th anniversary of going-natural.com! As the longest running natural hair blog, I choose to start with a hair and fashion show to give homage to the stylists, loctitians and braiders who kept our follicles, happy, healthy and stylish, long before natural hair became an online sensation. Without them there wouldn’t be a going-natural.com, natural hair youtubers or influencers. Read More “What Naturals Love Hair & Fashion Show 2019 at Tama Fest”
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. Read More “Photos of the What Naturals Love Hair & Fashion Show 2019”
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. Read More “Get the special edition of Going Natural, How to Fall in Love with Nappy Hair and get a Free Roller Braid”
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. Read More “Going-Natural.com presents the What Naturals Love A Hair and Fashion show”