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:
Hey Nikki! Love the blog, keep up the great work! In this pic I was headed to La Nuit Des Jeunes (annual Haitian concert in NYC), I had a french braid up the back and rolled the front into a pompadour. 3yrs Natural 🙂
This is a picture of me heading to the Ron Isley / Erykah Badu concert…rocking a twist-out that I absolutely loved.
At work on break. Tried Roots of Nature Natural Feather Whipped Curl Cream for the first time…Not too bad!
Nikki, where would I be without your blog, and most importantly, what would my hair look like without it?:-) This was my ‘fro, (Fredricka) on a good hair day tailgating prior to the Prince concert. I did a dry chunky twist-out using castor oil and a little aloe vera gel on the ends so I could have it as big as possible! Since I like very few pics that are taken of me, I felt compelled to send this one and rep for the 4a/b/c ladies!!!
This is me about a month post BC posing in the house before heading to lunch with my friend. Thanks CN you’ve been such a help to my natural journey!!!!
This pic was taken after church one Sunday, on day 3 of my roller set. At night I alternate between wrapping & dry rolling until it’s time to wash again.
Hiya Nikki, this was taken just before heading out to church. I DC’ed the day before using Carols Daughter Tui Hair smoothie and gave it a light blow dry with grape seed oil and then moisturized with Carol’s Healthy Hair butter, cornrowed, 2 strand twisted, and voila !
Keep up the great work Nikki, you are an inspiration 😉
This was my first twist-out fro and I was heading.. (believe it or not) to the hair dresser! but I wanted to experiment with a back up plan definitely will be trying again.
I went pre-poo crazy with Cantu leave-in conditioning repair cream, SheaMoisture Restorative Spray, Hawaiian Silky 14-n-1 and twisted it with coconut oil on the ends. I’d combed it out to shampoo and thought the big fluffy ‘fro was cute.
We always need more!