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–
This is me on my way out for New Year’s celebration. This is my very successful flat twist out pulled up on the sides into a mo-hawk. I am feeling too cute here. I am also rocking my new MAC makeup. No one could tell me I wasn’t beginning the 2012 New Year looking hot.
Typical school day at Auburn University 🙂
I’m headed out to my sisters award ceremony. I’m rockin’ a Wash-n-Go with Shea Moisture Curl Enhancing Smoothie and olive oil. Also Afrobella’s all my “purple life lip gloss” Luv that gloss!
I was at work! The style was a Twist/Bantu knot-out. I had 2 strand twists in and let them get 80% dry, then I just made the twists into Bantu knots, sleep over night and let it out!!
Headed to Bible Study. In that inbetween stage of a grown out TWA. I love headbands but my hair wasn’t cooperating, so I decided to do two cornrows across the front. Ta da! I get the look of wearing a headband, keeps my hair in check and no HEADACHES!
BnNappy of the Chocolate Hair Affair
Headed out for a date and wearing an Old Twist Out Fro (my favorite style)… Looks fierce on any day!!!
Curly Fro Out. I did a wet twist-out the night before and turned the 2nd day hair into a Curly Fro out! 7 months NATURAL !
It was going to be a rainy day at school, so I pinned my hair back with extra long bobby pins and then threw on a black and white headband.
I’m three months into my transition and this is my favorite transitioning hairstyle so far!!!
I was super excited about my how my hair looked this particular morning and snapped this pic before heading to work. Check me out on naturallynita.blogspot.com!
I was on my way to church with a twist-out done on freshly cleaned hair with Carols Daughter Mimosa Honey.
We always need more!