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—
My side puff for new years eve.
Ringing in the New Year at Nic’s Martini Lounge in Beverly Hills. I (the chick in the gold spiked bracelet) did a bantu knot-out on freshly washed hair and my friend Stephanie set her’s in rollers. T’was a very good night. Happy New Year curly-girls!!
This is my New Year’s Twist Out using Sweet Almond Oil and Shea Moisture Curl Enhancing Smoothie.
Just completed my first marathon (4 hours 36 mins and 15 seconds). The hairstyle I rocked was two simple goddess braids. Had to face this race like a warrior!
In this picture I’m rocking my new favorite style…The Side Buns! I did a tutorial for it on my blog… www.thesavvyhousewife.com. I didn’t get that many compliments but I thought it was “FIERCE!”
I was relaxing on my couch in my PJs after a day at work. No particular product used. Just some natural oils, little bit of shea and Greg’s juice daily with a spritz of water, then retwist at night. LOVE my natural!
Headed to girls night out, rocking the trusty twist out on my twa….
Bantu knots after I took out 2 month old Kinky twist. I was headed to a construction sight in Naaawwwwlin’s (New Orleans) as a volunteer for Operation Southern Comfort!!
Hey Nikki, do you see LUSCIOUS has grown up since my preview in Fierce Friday dated 12/10/2010. This is a twist-n-curl that turned out great. I used Curls Souffle on dry hair and satin pillow rollers on the ends. P.S. I still have my weave in my pj closet. LOL.
Hi Nikki i have attached some pics of my hair before the cut, after the cut, and flat ironed..
We always need more!