Hola chicas!

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:


I just love reading your blog. I have never emailed before, I’m usually just a lurker, but I liked my curl pattern today after washing it last night and just using a mixture of coconut oil/lemongrass shea butter & B2 Broaer Curl Miracle.

It is very soft and I’m happy to show and tell today!


For the new decade I am flaunting my natural curls. I achieved my first stretched bantu knot-out. I did very small knots to achieve a roller set look.


I was being lazy, so I did a wash n go and slapped a few braids on the side.


I did these twists on blow-dried hair. It took 4 hours to complete and I am in love with the end result. I explain FULLY how I did this here: http://keetaray.blogspot.com/2010/01/mini-twist-instructions.html. I plan to leave these in for 2-3 weeks, if I can!! 🙂


This is me at my department’s holiday party. I have my hair in a twist out and I lifted my hair in a claw clip. I received many compliments that day 😀 Natural hair rocks!!!


Hey Nikki! I love your site and have learned so much!!!

Anyway, here’s my hair on Christmas, (yes, that is a onesie i’m wearing! lol) it’s just a simple wash-and-go with HE Hello Hydration! Thanks so much and keep up the great work!!!

Queen’s Braid-n-Curl!


Here I am at my uncle’s Christmas party. On dry hair I sprayed my mix of VO5 and mostly water braided about six plaits. I applied Shea butter to my ends and put curl formers in. I sat under the dryer for about a hour. This was one of my BEST braid outs.