What was your journey like?
I big chopped. I would big chop every year but would never commit to being natural. The 3 years ago I decided to stick with it. It was a little difficult until I found YouTube and that was my saving grace.
Had you always embraced your texture?
Yes, I never had a problem with my texture. I just didn't know how to style it once my hair grew out, so I always rocked a Caesar or very low curls.
How did family and friends react to your decision to go natural? What was your response to them?
My friends either loved it or hated. Most wanted me to go back to the relaxer. I've always been a type "A" personality so I really didn't care what people thought of my hair.
Describe your hair.
My hair is extremely thick, not very coarse at all. I have very little curl pattern.
What's the craziest thing you've ever done to your hair?
I once tried to loc my hair, I didn't have a clue and it was a hot mess.
What's your biggest hair related regret?
What's your current hair routine?
I wash about every two weeks. If I decide to wash in-between that time I will co-wash. I use SheaMoisture product line and a few Jane Carter products.
What's your favorite hairstyle? Where do you get hairstyle inspiration?
My favorite hairstyle is a twist-out. I'm always on YouTube looking for new styles and I experiment a lot on my own with styles.
Who is your curl crush?
In the very being of my journey it was Naptural85 and Ebony Clark.
How do you maintain your hair at night?
I sleep with a satin bonnet.
How do you maintain healthy length?
I keep my hair moisturized and trim often.
What's the best thing about being natural?
The best thing about being natural, is being proud of who you are and rockin' your God given beauty.
Where can folks find you on the web?