Twists are a staple style in most natural ladies hair regimen. They are pretty effortless to do and can be either a low manipulation or protective style. As far as creams and light butters go, here’s what I’ve discovered works well for setting twists on fine natural hair, while coincidentally
Sometimes, when styling your hair the least effort yields the best results So, I hadn’t really planned to write up a big ‘ole post on this bossy little hairstyle that “looks like” a wash and go but so many people loved the results, how could I not share the deets?
If you’re a naturally curly girl (especially, kinky curly), then you are quite familiar with this word. Regardless of your hair texture and type, you’re not a foreigner to natural hair shrinkage. I’m always in awe of how versatile natural hair is. We can style our hair in so many
I have a love-dislike relationship with Wash ‘n Go’s. Why? On the one hand, wash and go’s are pretty. They reveal the beauty of naturally curly hair. They are also considered a low manipulation hairstyle which helps with length retention. On the other hand, wash and go’s usually come with