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 was a hostess in one of my girls’s weddings this summer. I wanted to do a twist out, but the humidity wasn’t having it. I opted to simply pin up the back and add a little bump in the front. I added a flower, and WA LA!! Compliments like crazy!!!
This is a favorite hairstyle of mine when I want to look cute but casual in a short period of time. I used mixed chicks hair products to define my curls as I tossed it to the side to create this look. I was headed out to dinner with my significant other.
This is my first time trying the styles on your website. I’ve been natural for 4 yrs, and I recently combed out my dreads. This hairstyle is a result of a twist out that is about 5 days old. I am currently at work in the picture. I love your site and the wonderful information on there. Even though I’m still a newbie and experimenting, I love my results. Keep up the good work.
My labor day weekend, night out hair. I had not been to a club in over a year and was wondering how the brothas would react. To my surprise, I got approached by so many BLACK men asking me if that was “all my hair”, and when I told them it was, every last one told me how beautiful it was and how “natural hair looks good on you”, and several tried to put their sweaty hands in it to cop a feel… I know, I know, that’s a weird compliment to receive, but to me, I think it means that our men are noticing and starting to recognize the beauty of natural hair…. and even better, it was a quick, flyy ‘do that I’m sure took less time than the average chick in the club… fresh twist-out with Vatika Oil, fluffed and finished with Oyin Shine and Define 30 minutes before walking out the door… from rough, past-due twists that I had in my hair all week prior!
This is a frohawk style with a swooped bang, done on an old twistout. I spritzed my hay hair with a mix of Aloe Vera Juice, KC Knot today, and EVOO. Sealed with coconut oil. I was on my way to a picnic.
This is a picture I took while I was visiting AL for the week. I love how my wash and go’s can be funky and fun. I love being natural. Hope you all have had an awesome week…
Out on the town for a friend’s birthday! I’m rocking a curly fro I created by finger coiling my wet, conditioner-saturated hair with my fingers into corkscrews/ spirals, letting it dry, then gently separating them. I added a pretty flower to tie into my outfit! Love your blog…it’s the 1st site I check everyday! Congrats on babygirl!
This picture was taken right after my big chop 9/4/10. My hair was already short so I just went ahead and cut it off. I was against letting my hair grow out; I hate the in between stage. It feels so wonderful. Loving the natural state of me.
Out celebrating a fellow Leo’s birthday. I rocked two strand twists for two weeks… I was rocking a twist out that night!
I was trying out some of the popular Bee Mine products on a wash n’ go. I wasn’t going anywhere at all…lol. I used the Bee Mine Curly Butter & the Bee Loved Hair & Scalp Moisturizer right after my hair dried a little. For my edges, I used just a little bit of Eco-Styler Gel.
We need more for next week!