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On November 3rd, I had the honor to moderate a panel at DBUFF, the Da Bounce Urban Film Festival in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. DBUFF, celebrating its 5th anniversary, featured 35 movies from Black directors. One weekend long an audience could enjoy a wide variety of films from Hollywood to independent productions covering themes from racism […]
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. What you need: ~ Freshly washed untangled hair ~ Rattail comb (only to part) ~ Tangle Teezer (optional) […]
Besides family, love and health, happy hair is one more thing to be grateful for. Thanksgiving is the perfect time to show your gratitude with gifts that will only reciprocate love and make your hair flourish. Best of all, all of these gifts are shipped to your for free. Easy Foam Rollers Whether you rock […]
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 […]
A couple of weeks ago my loctitian Adenike from the Woven.NYC called to order more bottles of the Tineke’s Healthy Hair Growth Spray. Before ordering she wanted to share this story with me of a happy client who came in for a retightening.
From a 0.48 cent comb to other regular priced Black hair products are locked behind glass at the Walmart in Perris, Ca, while the hair and beauty products for other races are not. Essie Grundy who has been a law abiding citizen all her life and never truly experienced racism, found this unacceptable. So much so that she […]
Going Natural’s exhibit featured in the international newspaper Amigoe The first annual natural hair and beauty fest on the island of Curaçao was a great success. Direct TV’s Germône de Lima, a natural herself, not just interviewed team Kuralicious on her morning show Mainta, she and her co-host Maurilhio Nobrega Jr. also visited and […]
Sisters Uptown Bookstore and Cultural Center On Saturday June 10th, I had a book talk about Bad Hair Uprooted, the Untold History of Black Follicles at Sisters Uptown bookstore in Harlem. That colorful vibrant place where delicious healthy smoothies are also available, must be the coziest bookstore in the city. This beautiful space envisioned and owned by […]
Do you suffer from hair loss? Or thinning hair in some areas of your head? The answer is yes for many of us naturals. So, don’t feel alone in this battle, we can conquer this together. The first thing to do when we see this happening is to get to the root of it. Find […]
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.
Enamored with making her own money on Ebay as a child, Michelley began her own hair care line when she realized you don’t have to be mixed to grow long natural hair.
How to Use the Going Natural Herbal Shampoo, made with the best herbs ingredients to cleanse hair without stripping the moisture out.
Instuctions and videos on how to use the Going Natural No More Knots Detangler.
Use the Going Natural Scalp Conditioning Spray to prevent dry itchy scalp and to promote hair gowth