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:
Spinning and leaning left. We’re gonna have to buy the baby a helmet.
This is me at my Granny’s birthday party!!! I’m wearing a braidout and products I used were KCKT and flaxseed gel. Happy birthday Granny!!!!
I was in my brand new dorm at Allegheny College 🙂 heading off to my Psych class. I tried a turban style for the first time, so I did a twist out on the front of my hair as a bang of some kind lol and then I used my favorite cheetah print scarf and wrapped it around the back of my head and secured it as a bow with the left over material that I didn’t want to tuck. Ta-Da!
Fun night out with the girls in Atlanta. I am rocking a twist out. Mo is all natural with a fierce hair color and Bev has a afro puff with a flower.
On the way to the mall for a quick shopping trip before headed home from the office & rocking my 3 month TWA post BC in July. I am loving the flexibility of low maintenance hair, being a wife, mother and full-time career professional. Thank you Nikki for your resourceful website. It has been a huge support and educational tool through my transition period. Muah!!!!!!
I’m at my desk in my cubicle, Instead of working I was snapping photos of my funky Mohawk lol! Two strand twist in a swirl design on both sides and rods throughout the rest.
In this photo I was on my way to celebrate a friend’s birthday. I’m wearing a flat twist-out and used Giovanni Direct Leave-In and Burt’s Bees Nourishing Baby Oil to moisturize and seal.
This is pic is from a photo shoot that I did at the end of last month. I work for a wedding/event planning company based out of Durham, NC and we needed new head shots for our website. My hair was the result of a bantu knot out fluffed to no end. I’m so happy that my curly fro is growing!
On my way to my sons lil league football game rockin a 4 day bantu twist out on previously flat-ironed (on a low setting of course! :)) hair.
Growing up with four brothers, I was always tomboyish. Now, I love how I can mix the mannish textures of my youth with a soft, flirty, feminine frock. the hair is my new protective style. It’s a wig, Drew by Beshe. Hopefully, it won’t preclude me.
At work supporting a wash n go 🙂
Send in your favorite picture with a caption detailing where you were (or where you were headed to), along with a brief description of your hairstyle, to [email protected] I’ll post several each Friday. Be sure to use ‘Fierce Friday’ as the subject line!
We always need more!