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:

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!!!!!!

Hannah B

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 🙂

**To submit**:

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!