I have been a proper red head for 2 months now and man, I am enjoying myself so much! Who is it that said blondes have all the fun? That person never met a red head, is why. Because my natural hair is now red, it is only logical that all the extensions I wear be red too! I have rocked red crochet curls, red lemonade braids, and now, a red textured wig! In this post, I show you how I dyed my dark textured hair extensions to get a vibrant red colour. Continue reading “How To Dye Your Hair Extensions Red At Home – No Bleach!”
I’ve been natural for over 5 years and I am JUST now getting into the joy of twist-outs. Imagine that! LOVED this twist and curl I did on dry hair with the SheaMoisture Coconut & Hibiscus Curl Enhancing Smoothie. I even recorded a tutorial for you guys! 🙂 Continue reading “Twist & Curl with SheaMoisture Curl Enhancing Smoothie”
Where are my hair stylists and DIY stylists?! Get in here! I appreciate and admire you all for constantly blessing us with amazing, flawless, creative styles. Which is why I have to say what I am about to say. Sis, did you know that just as you take care of your and other people’s hair, you have to take care of those hands as well?
Those hands, especially the muscles, nerves, and bones that make it up are doing a lot of work, and depending on how often and how much time you spend twisting, or weaving, or crocheting, or blowdrying, or even sewing down wefts, you need to have the ‘C’ word at the back of your mind. I am talking about Carpal Tunnel today. Continue reading “How to Care for Your Hands as You Style Hair”
Everything we experience in life, we experience uniquely. However, there are certain things we need to know that others have experienced and have come out stronger on the other side. In this series, we will share personal stories from ourselves and others about some of these lonely experiences that could help someone else out there who is going through some of these kinks in life. Today, I share my experience with grief. Continue reading “Things I Wish I Knew: Grief”