Chellz Naturally Me shares her thoughts on all things natural hair and what she loves most about being natural in our Going Natural Video Diary series. Read More “Going Natural Video Diary of Chellz Naturally Me”
Well…natural family…I’m here because I need encouragement. I’ve been natural since 2007 and have absolutely enjoyed my FREEDOM. Lately, I’m a little frustrated though. I am an active duty member of the military and we have certain hair guidelines we have to adhere to. One of them being that our hair must not be more than three inches in bulk. I usually wear my hair in two strand twist styles just to be able to wear it natural in uniform (without braids/weaves). I really like to rock my fro on the weekends but, of course, M-F it has to be twisted again. This routine is geting old! Anyone got any suggestions on what I can do differently?
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December is finally here! Your calendar will soon start to fill with invitations to Dinner Parties, Christmas Programs, the annual Office Holiday Party, and the biggest Party of them all… celebrating the countdown to the New Year! You have selected your wardrobe with shoes to match. However, you have run out of ideas for creating a Chic Natural do. What should you do? Take a timeless style such as Twist Outs and accessorize!! Read More “‘Tis the Season to be Naturally Chic!”
The phone rings, and you answer the call and hear your agent shout, “Congratulations!!!” You have been selected as the new print model for the Hottest Accessory Line of Hats and Scarves. Your agent goes on to describe how your personality, smile and creativity bubbled over in all your pictures from going-natural.com, really resonating with the customer. By simply ‘being you’, you have been granted an opportunity of a lifetime to represent this season’s new line of hats and scarves. Read More “Your Mission: To Be “Naturally You” Despite the Challenge Ahead”
Hello everyone and Happy Winter Solstice!
My name is Vee and I am so honored to have been chosen to compete in the Miss Nappturality Contest. Who would have ever thought that the thing that use to cause me so much discomfort and embarrassment would also one day be the very thing to bring me full circle with discovering who I am, and learning to love myself just as I am? I'm truly thankful.