Recently I had the pleasure to interview Jade Mapp, a model who will be participating in the What Naural’s Love Hair Show that will be taking place August 17 in Brooklyn, NY. We discussed natural hair, locs and some of the high’s and lows that can come with both. To be honest, we could have […]
America’s Next Natural Model is an online pageant to promote natural hair and Black businesses. Since its start in 2008, the pageant has featured companies like Iman cosmetics, Jamaica Mango & Lime and Sula NYC but also fashion designer Adrian Alicea and Gruvi Juice for whom a commercial was made. As a Sponsors you can choose to have models shooting photos, videos or […]
Result of the first BlackFollilcles.com Models Competition.
Tired of Makeup Artists who can’t do Black Model’s makeup, Fashion Model Nykhor from Sudan with a blue black skin tone has a clear message via Instagram. You would want to read this.
Going-Natural.com teams up with Boucle d’Ebene, the first organization that started a natural hair show in Paris, France a decade ago. With the common goal to promote the beauty of natural hair as well as to create awareness of Black women’s hair issues, Boucles d’Ebene offers the winner of America’s Next Natural Model season 6 a […]
America’s Next Natural Model the online pageant that promotes Black Beauty, Brains & Empowerment is well on its way of achieving its goal. The winner’s circle of the annual competition has been beyond impressive, as title-holders and even non-title holders have continued on to do great things.
Chassity Bynum, America’s Next Natural Model 2012, has recently been diagnosed with Alopecia. The devastating news didn’t keep the resilient beauty down for a long time though. A winner at hearth Chassity responded by sending us tips on how to spot the hair loss desease and how to cope with it.
Zormarah orginally from Chicago is in the US army stationed in Albany, New York. The young model candidly shares her vision on Natural hair for the Going-Natural Video Diaries.
While I am in the midst of a huge reorganization of the website which I am SUPER exited about, I can’t withhold this great news. Not only is America’s Next Natural Model Jayme Goodwin featured in Hearth & Soul Magazine this coming month, she also shot the first commercial for one of our new sponsors […]
Going-Natural.com celebrates America’s Next Natural Model, the online pageant that embodies Black Beauty, Brains & Empowerment Nationwide (December 12, 2012) – The leading social and networking site with more than 27.000 members is celebrating its 5th anniversary by taking its natural hair competition to a new high: Contestants can win more prizes, sponsors can get […]
America’s Next Natural Model is celebrating its 5th anniversary by taking the online competition to a social community level where everybody can win. To offer contestants more prizes, sponsors more exposure and voting members and facebook fans enticing perks, America’s Next Natural Model goes Indiegogo.
I’ve been so busy preparing for America’s Next Natural Model that I’ve hardly had time to blog or send newsletters so here is a quick update. America’s Next Natural Model is now open for submission. Please enter the competition or spread the word because I promise you our 5th anniversary will be better than ever!
America’s Next Natural Model is Going-Natural.com’s annual pageant to celebrate the beauty and versatility of African Hair
An excellent testimony to the fact that curves are beautiful on a woman, Philomena Kwao is a 22 year old student who has always excelled academically. She, however, did not stop there. When Excel-Models1 and Cosmopolitan began their quest for a curvy and beautiful woman, Philomena decided to give it a shot. This young model […]
I AM Top Model For this Challenge, I had to come at it with the mindset that I was already a Top Model! I was given a job to model both a beautiful beaded necklace and a fresh flower hat. As the model, the first thing I ask myself was “How could I show these […]
What does it mean to be America’s Next Natural Model? Nappy, Natural, Spirituality are three words that result in strong reactions among women of color and Nappturality combines each into a whole bigger than its parts. Nappturality is indeed a movement and Ms. Nappturality is a brand, but not one in the conventional sense.