It's that time again! The images below are of CN readers at their flyyest...at work, on the town, and with the fam. Showing us all that natural hair is not a fad, it's a way of life...an extension of our beauty! Click on the images to enlarge them--
This is me on my way out for New Year's celebration. This is my very successful flat twist out pulled up on the sides into a mo-hawk. I am feeling too cute here. I am also rocking my new MAC makeup. No one could tell me I wasn't beginning the 2012 New Year looking hot.
Typical school day at Auburn University :)
I'm headed out to my sisters award ceremony. I'm rockin' a Wash-n-Go with Shea Moisture Curl Enhancing Smoothie and olive oil. Also Afrobella's all my "purple life lip gloss" Luv that gloss!
I was at work! The style was a Twist/Bantu knot-out. I had 2 strand twists in and let them get 80% dry, then I just made the twists into Bantu knots, sleep over night and let it out!!
Headed to Bible Study. In that inbetween stage of a grown out TWA. I love headbands but my hair wasn't cooperating, so I decided to do two cornrows across the front. Ta da! I get the look of wearing a headband, keeps my hair in check and no HEADACHES!
BnNappy of the Chocolate Hair Affair
Headed out for a date and wearing an Old Twist Out Fro (my favorite style)... Looks fierce on any day!!!
Curly Fro Out. I did a wet twist-out the night before and turned the 2nd day hair into a Curly Fro out! 7 months NATURAL !
It was going to be a rainy day at school, so I pinned my hair back with extra long bobby pins and then threw on a black and white headband.
I'm three months into my transition and this is my favorite transitioning hairstyle so far!!!
I was super excited about my how my hair looked this particular morning and snapped this pic before heading to work. Check me out on naturallynita.blogspot.com!
I was on my way to church with a twist-out done on freshly cleaned hair with Carols Daughter Mimosa Honey.
We always need more!