We all remember the controversy of Gabby Douglas, the first Black gymnast to ever win Olympic gold. While the whole country fell in love with her outstanding performance a few Black people who are probably ashamed of nappy hair, made a fuzz about miss Gabby’s edges.
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.
Suriname’s youngest model famous not only for her beautiful dark skin but also for her, gorgeous head of natural hair that she is very proud of, happily demonstrates a Twist Out with the Going Natural Hair Care products.
It was already three years ago when I started to prepare my hair for locs. Time surely flies when you’re having fun because I haven’t had a bad hair day and all of a sudden my hair is thick, full and shoulder length. This is probably the easiest hair journey I have been on. So […]
Returning Natural & Self Love Excerpt from my journal 1 year natural and struggling to love my natural appearance:I don’t even know where to begin – as usual. Do I just hate myself? It shouldn’t be this hard to just love and accept myself for who I am. I keep coming up with excuses for […]
It didn’t take long for this young adorable model to win over the population. 7 years on the planet, this girl from Suriname gained over 50,000 combined likes and shares on Facebook. Suriname is a small tropical country full of forests and a variety of flora and fauna off the coast of South America. Cherelice’s […]
As 2014 is coming to close I like to thank you once again for another year of supporting going-natural.com. Your emails, photos, comments and likes make the community special, keep us growing and bring us closer to our common goal: Changing the (stereotypical) perception of Natural Hair.
It almost passed me by: my 1 year locaversary. 12 months passed by so quickly with hardly any issues or maybe I just don’t make much of an issue of small little things.
One of the things everyone strives for when a new year starts is a healthier lifestyle. So let us help you with 10 simple resolutions to keep your natural hair healthy happy for a whole year.
Welcome to the New Year Naturalistas, I hope this year has welcomed you and you are ready to give it your all in order to get the best in return! As women we are always thinking of others and I want to remind you to put your skin on that list of resolutions as well. […]
In the hope that you had tremendous holidays with head turning hairstyles, I mainly want to thank you for another wonderful year. Thanks to you, your visits, comments and shares the Going Natural community has grown to more than 27.000 members now which only inspires me to improve the site and do more.
It’s official. My Sisterlocks turned 1 year old on Oct. 29, 2011. See what I learned during this past year at my Sisterlocks blog. Check out my Youtube video, which shows my SISTERLOCKS JOURNEY, hair styles and growth over the past year.
i really love it; i had the mohawk style for a while, but i start letting it grow out in December of 2010. i use Carolos Daughter Products. I just started using the hair balm after washing my hair and conditioning it, i noticed my curls were more vibrant and last the same throughout the […]
http://africanbraiding.de: 5 year old Luca somehow got fascinated with dread locks and for several months he would not stop begging his Mom to let him have them. We also suggested other hair styles to him but he is a very determined young man ;). So he finally got his wish. The result is amazing though!Please […]
America’s Next Natural Model! Teesha Borum Click here for An interview with Teesha Judges Votes Judges Dee Rhonda Total Christina-Dzenyuy 100 0 100 Karla Thomas 50 50 100 Safeeyah 0 0 Teesha Borum 50 50 100 Toshia Shaw-Lacy 0 […]
In a thrilling Internet Pageant that took place on going-natural.com, America’s Next Natural Model is finally announced. The competition was interesting, exiting and tough.