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:

crvng4mr:
Here are 2 pics of my 1st fro-hawk and it came out pretty good if you ask me. lol!

sweetdrk1:
Loving my curls due to a roller set!

La’Shara:
These pictures were taken @ the Sky Bar in Houston, Black Friday while visiting my in-laws for Thanksgiving. I call it Houston @ Night!(My hubby got great hair shots, lol) My hair was a 2-day old chunky twist-out. My regimen still hasn’t really changed, I co-washed with Aussie Moist and this time used HEHH as well and twisted with Coconut Oil and GF Sleek & Shine.


Deshealeik:

This is my three day hair– results of a bantu knot out. The first two days I wore it down and decided to put it up on the third day.

~KeetaRay~:
This is a braidout I did! I usually do twist-outs, like, faithfully — but Nikki has inspired me to try this. Now, I cannot take credit for the cornrows on the side. My sister did those last weekend when I went home for Thanksgiving. With my hair that was left out, (I started w/dry hair, btw), I sectioned it off, starting from the back. For each section, I LIGHTLY sprayed my concoction of water/lottabody setting lotion/jojoba oil just to dampen my hair, then I smoothed Oyin Handmade’s Shine & Define through the section. Next I braid the section, then I pinned it up with a bobby pin. I did this all over and ended up w/maybe 10-12 individual braids all over. I just slept with a satin bonnet on, like I always do. In the morning, I took down the braids and separated to make it fuller, and shaped/fluffed w/my fingers. That’s it! I love it 🙂

Ursula:
Hi Nikki!!
I am a natural newbie and I am sooo excited. I wanted to enter my pics for the show and tell. My husband help me cut those permed ends off and now I have a new head of curls. I did some bantu knots, threw on a headband, and revealed my new look to my coworkers. I said I would wait until next year to do it, but he encouraged me to be bold over the holidays. Everyone loves it. Love your blog and keep up the good work!