Aziza is Naturally Glamorous!


by Alex of TheGoodHairBlog

Please, introduce yourself!
Hello Beautiful! My name is Aziza Original. I’m an all-around artist and model from the DMV. You can always catch me directing photo shoots, videos, or being a part of one. As well a Tumblr blogger that inspires and delivers with a free spirit soul that’s that flows like a bottle in the sea.

What is your current hair care regimen?
Well I call it the get up and go, meaning I really don’t do much. I wash my hair every two weeks with Carols Daughter products and after that I let the steam from the shower do its job. The less I do, the better.


What is your hair type and what works best for your texture?
I have thick hair with fine texture so finding products for my hair is kind of hard. You win and lose in some situations. Sometimes I can find good products but it weighs my curls down or I can find the opposite, good product that don’t weigh my curls but it doesn’t really define nor moisturize my hair. Using Carols Daughter hair milk, gives me the results I adore, without using a lot of products.

What reaction did you get when you first decided to go natural?
I have always been natural for the most part. However, there was that time my mother put a texturizer in my hair; and I complained for DAYS because I was upset that I wasn’t natural anymore. Other than that I grew up maintaining my natural curls, then destroying it with color, may my hair from my younger years rest in peace…

Did you BC or transition, if so when or for how long?
Having the hair texture I do now, I did do the BC. My hair was damaged from all the coloring I did in the past, so my curls were very stringy and not healthy. So I decided to cut it all off to a low cut 3 years ago. Before the BC my hair was going through major chops to get all the damaged ends off. Having hair in the middle of my back, to shoulder length then all gone was the process. After the BC I was able to achieve healthy full lushes curl with no heat applied to them nor color.

What makes you love your kinks, curls and coils?
The fact that I can say I’m fully natural makes me love my curls. Waking up in the morning not having to worry about styling is a plus! I just hop in the shower and start my day. The fullness and how defined my curls are make my hair special to me, not to mention bringing back the afro that many enjoy.


Where can we find you on the web?
www.AzizaOriginal.tumblr.com

Anything EXTRA you want us to know?
Once you go natural, the process is so beautiful. You learn so much about yourself. Overtime you come to realize that you’re not looking at it as “oh it’s just hair” but you start to pay attention to what you put in it, who touches it, and how you treat it. It’s your love that you grow with and put so much dedication into. That’s why being natural is so beautiful because of the person you do become during your journey.


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My name is Alexandra Smith, I am 22 year old single mother of one, full time Media Journalism student and business owner.I share my curly girl experience and other kinky haired goodness on my site "The Good Hair Blog." My overall goal of blogging for the natural hair community is to bring us together,men included by spreading knowledge, inspiration and love about our diverse heads of hair.

7 Weigh in!:
Bridget said...

Aziza's hair is absolutely beautiful! I too am learning that less is better when styling my hair. Going on Day 8 of a wash and go and loving it. I simply spritz it with water in the morning and scrunch in a little styling product. Takes me about 5 minutes.

mimikoi said...

I know this was about hair, but I'm digging the piercings, too. I have a septum and I always get compliments on how it suits my natural hair.
I'm totally loving your style, girl <3

bobbie said...

Lushes curl? I think you mean luscious curl. I was like, 'Wait, alcoholic curls?'

T.Turner said...

Representin' the DMV very well Miss Aziza. :) Keep shining!

Dana said...

Wow, what an awesome 'fro! I love your curls and confidence!

Anonymous said...

Lovely hair.


I must be honest. This post was full of poorly managed words and grammatical error. For the young lady who is an aspiring journalist, I wish you the very best in achieving your dream. Please, just be careful about what you sign your name on. Editing and proofreading are extremely important!

Erica S said...

She is beautiful! Love the work on her website

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