It’s finally here. After years of shooting, I am opening my own photo studio. As a promotion, I am shooting Models, Stylists and Entrepreneurs who want to promote their brand this holiday season whether it’s Thanksgiving, Kwanzaa or Christmas. The shoot is on Monday October 23rd for the most friendly price: $49 per mondel, $99 […]
Natural Hairstyle of the week
Natural Hairstyle of the week
This is a perfect style for naturals, transitioners and even non-naturals. All you really need is a little patience and the right products so these tricks can help you to create these beatiful coils in your your hair.
After chemical straighteners, combing our hair causes the most damage to our hair. So if you’re going natural and maybe even more important, once you are natural, mastering how to untangle your hair is key.
We all remember the controversy of Gabby Douglas, the first Black gymnast to ever win Olympic gold. While the whole country fell in love with her outstanding performance a few Black people who are probably ashamed of nappy hair, made a fuzz about miss Gabby’s edges.
It has never been easier to create a beautifull defined twist out with lovely curls that last. WOW! Just follow Ebony’s instructions, America’s Next Natural Model season 2. The Going Natural Silky Shea Hair Butter has helped her achieve one of the best twist outs she’s ever had!
Braidlocs are the easiest style ever! If you wear box braids, faux locs or any type of extensions more often than you wear your own hair, I recommend locing your hair and getting your styles on! Seriously.
If you are determined to turn heads this holiday season with your natural hair, consider this fancy hairdo. A style that will leave you feeling like the Queen you deserve to be, a style that sets you a part from everyone else: The Rolled Crown created by stylist Nicole Simson perfect for brides, special occasions, […]
If we don’t embrace our naturalness, then who else will. The creations we make so effortlessly with our natural hair is something that could never be imitated. This Locked-In hair style is an example of who we are, Natural-Born Queens. Dreadlocks have been a big part of our history dating back to before the ancient […]
Seeking a protective style that includes protecting your ends besides for a bun? The Twisted Haven Style by Natural Hair and Damage Specialist, Adenike, is the perfect style for those who are seeking to fully protect their strands for an extended period. This timeless style Perfect for all occasions from professional settings and social events […]
Spunky, funky, and chunky, this creative style will surely capture anyone’s attention with its vibrant color, and free-flowing strands. It’s perfect for dinner dates, a night out with friends, a photoshoot, or if you are in the mood to shock others with your look. No one will forget this easy to do hairstyle.
A natural hairstyle for a special occasion should not only suit your face and just look good on you, it should stand out! Needless to say that finding that kind of natural hairstyle can be quite a challenge. We understand and gladly offer you inspirational, tips and tricks from an expert.
Three years ago–40 months to be more exact–I made the decision to cut off more than a decade’s worth of locs to continue a loose natural hair journey that I had begun back in 1993. I BCed or again to be more accurate, if you have locs, it’s called a Loc Chop. And once the […]
Timolin: I liked your set of pictures the most. I really enjoy the picture of your hair flowing, with the products close by. You did a fantastic job showcasing you, and the products. With slight adjustments to the products, I can see each one of your pictures as advertisements for Jamaican Mango & Lime! Excellent […]
A few hick up’s but again anotherer fantastic effort from the contestants this week. Another close call this week between Timolin, Natasha and Raven, but over all the stand out this week was Timolin her shoot fit the brief perfectly, and had advertisement written all over it. Timolin’s shoot showed she understood the challenge, when looking […]
Since February is Black History month why not celebrate our culture, heritage and nappy hair.