Hair can be an expression of one’s personality, an exclamation mark on a living, breathing canvas. Our sense of self can be connected to our hair. For many women, especially Black Women it is representative of “something” different. Something bigger, deeper, and more personal.
Recently an Instagram star Lori Faith hair came out on a live stream. She dyed her hair then went on to relax it shortly after.While combing her hair through it started to fall out.
Natural hair expos are the drivers behind the natural hair movement, connecting businesses, stylists and aficionados. But who are these women, what moves them and how do they do it? In a new series we feature the fabulous women behind the these hair expos. This week: Meet Dorcas Meyers the woman behind the Roc-A-Natural Hair […]
The 2016 Natural Hair Show was epic and this year will be even more so. We have a bevy of beautiful models who will be showing show off hairstyles done by some of the most creative natural hair stylists in the business. Check out this year’s models and hairstylists who will be creating magic on […]
Also see the Going Natural presents Black Follicles Matter; dashingly outstanding hairstyles to break barriers and create awareness Are you a natural hair blogger, vlogger or instagrammer but never participated in a natural hair show? Well you should and this is your chance! Going-Natural.com, online for over a decade got her own hair show teaming up […]
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.
On September 15 last year, three women filled a court case against L’Orèal SoftSheenm alleging that the Optimum Amla no-mix no-lye Relaxer caused hair loss, burns, irritation and other problems. The complaint filed in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California is seeking class action status on behalf of all women who […]
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.
On Sunday February 19, I had the opportunity to present my book Bad Hair Uprooted at Nicholas Brooklyn, a cozy Black owned store on Fulton street that sells natural health, wellness and artsy products, supporting many small businesses in the community.
When it comes to Black hair here is an excerpt from from one of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. speeches we can still learn from. Words from his New Year’s Resolution Speech circa 1964-67: You know, one of the great problems of life is the fact that most people are not willing to accept themselves. […]
A picture speaks louder than a thousand words. So please take a look back at 2016 with highlights of Going-Natural.com’s 14th year online, celebrating Natural Hairstyles, Black Hair Shows & Events and tell us what you think.
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After over a decade of enjoying my natural, I started locing my natural hair in 2013. Not before I did a lot of research though. You can read about it in my book Going Natural How to Fall in Love with Nappy Hair and my blog Going Locs.
Next year I have another opportunity to do an exhibition and I am elated! This time, I am aiming to go even more in-depth picturing the long time elephant in the room: Hair Loss!
Hair’itage, by Niccole Gaines is one of those plays I had the privilege of seeing and wanted e-ve-ry Black woman to see. The playwright who is maturely loced herself clearly never lost touch with our roots. All of our textures and hair choices are represented very well in a thoughtful, relatable and yet hilarious way.
If she’s not styling natural hair or managing Sabine’s Hallway, her beautiful Salon located on Nostrand ave in Brooklyn, NY, you can catch Sabine Bellevue supporting a charity, organizing Loc Appreciation Day, working on her annual Natural Aristocratic Tea event or running, training for another marathon.