My sweet sister Tineke Liong-A-Kong made her transition on September 1st, after a sickbed of 46 days. The day after her 50th birthday which she celebrated big time, she got a third and fatal stroke.
most man have no idea about women’s hair and most White people don’t know much about Black people and their hair. “So the whole idea of a White man is going to tell a Black women how to wear her hair, I find completely ridiculous.”
Hello, So I have decided to go natural and I’m very excited and nervous! 🙂 Most of my hair damage, if not all, is from relaxers. I also use to wear a lot of glue-in a few years back, until I realized the damage. I haven’t had a relaxer for about 2 months, approaching three and I […]
By: Zina Saro-Wiwa Zina Saro-Wiwa is a British Nigerian filmmaker, writer and reporter. She has been a presenter and producer for the BBC and is the director of the award-winning documentary This is my Africa.
This is my transition hair style for the month of May. I spray my hair daily with water. I clean my scalp with Witch Hazel, using a Q-tip. I then spray hair with water and oil my scalp with Jojoba oil and Castor oil. I massage my scalp and then spray with Jane Carter leave in […]
Tamara of Houston, Texas went natural in October 2006. She describes her decision to go natural as a liberating one since it allowed her to create her own personal definition of beauty. Since then she became confident enough to take control of her body image.
I’ve gone through my life getting relaxers and dyes and weaves and things that are not nice to my hair. I ended up going on a cut-friendly spree one night and cut my hair into a mohawk. I saw how quickly (and NATURAL) the sides had grown back and I was EXCITED! I thought about […]
Hello, Well, this is my first bIog. I am currently in my third or fourth month of going natural. I have done the big chop yet. But I am at a crossroads of whether or not I should do it. So far, this journey has not been pleasant one bit. At the beginning, I was […]
I am thinking that I will do the BIG CHOP! I don’t know if I can wait. I am so ready to see my natural hair. Shop Natural Hair Products by Black Women at whatnaturalslove.com
I had never caught my husband openly admiring another woman in my presence until one night when we were at the movies. His eyes fixated on a sister with a perfectly coiffed Afro. He was almost mesmerized and I was too surprised to be offended. He had always told me how he would love to […]