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:

Drool Monster
Lots of drool, raspberries, and spit bubbles. My mom keeps saying she’s ‘blowing some teeth in’, lol. I don’t know whether to be excited or cry. She’s growing up too fast!
This was a Twist n Curl using a slightly different twist technique. It was similar to a flat twist but not quite, (I got it from YouTuber Naptural85). I absolutely loved the way it came out and just had to share.

Hi Nikki! I have fallen in love with my hair all over again. I was truly feeling fierce!

A night out on the town. Four months after my BC. I just love to wash and let my hair air dry.

On a date with hubby!!!

Just waiting for my hair to grow, looking good, and having fun in the meantime.
Me and my bf enjoying live music and poetry to celebrate a cousin’s birthday. I have a twist out/fro going on (with added frizz which I tend not to shy away from) and I used Jane Carter’s Nourish & Shine and a touch of Redken 07 Curl Perfector. This combo leaves my hair feeling extra soft and moisturized. I also wanted to put my bf’s locks on display. His hair is amazing!
This is me on my 3 month post BC anniversary!! I did a twist-out using Qhemet Biologics AOHC and it left my hair nice and soft! I can’t believe how fast my hair is growing… my next task is to achieve a fierce frohawk.

This a braid-out that I had for a few days and I decided to fluff Bouclé( my nick-name for my hair) out. I also used Grapeseed Oil to moisturize her as well. I did my braid-out using Bee Mine Curly Butter and Oyin Burnt Sugar Pomade.
I washed, conditioned, finger combed (in 4 sections), and twisted my hair in the shower. I used John Frieda Brilliant Brunette shampoo and conditioner. When I got out, I blotted each twist dry and while still twisted, applied about 4 drops of my Jojoba oil/sweet almond oil/lavender essential oil (JSL) mixture (for shine, moisture, and root stimulation) to each one. Then one by one, I took each twist apart and made about 3 new twists with each one, applying a nickel-sized amount of Garnier Fructis curl sculpting cream gel to each new section. So I had about 12 twists. I then rolled about 3 inches (I’m not really concerned about my hair looking long) on white perm rods, covered with satin bonnet, and let dry over night. I took the twists out in the morning, separated and fluffed, and voila! You can’t really see the full style in the picture, but you can see how defined and shiny my curls are!

2 strand twists, bantu knotted the night before for extra volume, and a headband.

**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!