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!
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I was at my neice’s Sweet 16 Party, June 2010. This look is a wash and go. I used a mixture of Miss Jessie’s Curly Pudding, Kinky Kurly Knot, Shea Moisture Hold & Shine Moisture Mist (to hold the curls) and a prayer for the best. I am lazy, I do not braid, twist or coil
anymore I just let my hair do what it does and I am fine with it.

I was looking TOO CUTE for the anniversary of MJ’s bday, and did a little faux afro to match my mood. Threw the bow on at the last minute to tie the outfit together.
On my way to my daughters Dr. Appt. I am wearing two strand tiny twists with a headband.
This is a scarf braid out using Taaliah Waajid Crinkles & Curls styling foam. I learned this method from zanandrob.com. I love this method because it gives me a consistent curl pattern all the way down. I put 4 braids in my hair. I was in Houston for a conference and this picture was after I had returned from a party.

I just tried my first natural hair style, the Twist & Curl! I co-washed and detangled with Herbal Essence Hello Hydration, HE Totally Twisted as a leave in (may have used too much because I have a little bit of build-up), used Aveda Defining Whip to style and sealed my ends with Dabur Vatika oil! I was nervous about the outcome so I took them out early in the morning to give myself enough time in case I didn’t like it. But, I LOVED IT!! My entire family wants to go natural now! Here I am on my way to my Goddaughter’s first dance recital.

Just another beautiful day in Texas. Enjoying the sun with a two-strand micro twist; staying cool in the summer heat.

I was on my way to work. I did the BC on June 26, 2010. This is a wash and go.

This is a result of my FIRST Twist ‘n Curl. I usually do my twistouts without curling the ends, OR, I’ll pin my twists into bantu knots. I like this A LOT better!!! Thanks for the idea on curling the ends. It seems to just make it more polished, for lack of a better description. I was just going to run errands that day.

This is a picture of me on my way to a party at George Washington University in April. My hair is pinned up into a frohawk. I loved it! Happy Fierce Friday!!!!


This was my 4th of July Fro. Picked out from a twistout with water, coconut oil, jojoba oil, Giovanni Direct Leave in and Koils By Nature Hair and Body Butter.

**If you don’t see yourself today, rest assured that you’ll be up in the coming weeks! I post in the order I receive them!**

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We need more for next week!