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–
Headed to see Ledisi at a benefit concert in my hometown…Houston Tx
BABY! This was a twistoutbantuknotoutfluffandgo lol. I two strand
twisted most of my hair and did 3 Bantu knots on the top/crown of my
head to add fullness and layers.
Shalleen-Kaye (left) and Seanna-Kaye (right)
My younger sister and I, after worship service, in our outfits for African American Heritage Day.
Fro with Recycled Leather earrings and Nerd Glasses
Bantu Knot out at the 2012 Brit Awards in London 2/21.
A 2nd day finger style. I love how bouncy and full my hair is. I’ve finally found a loose style that’s touchable and gives me lots of movement while allowing my hair to stay in place…and doesn’t frizz unless I want it to!
My very first henna treatment bantu knot twist out, just hanging out a home!
I’ve been wearing my hair natural for 11 years and typically where it in an afro.
For my wedding, my stylists gave me a head of Shirley Temple curls — she did use a curling iron — then separated each of them into three or four spirals to create a curly, fluffy afro. We finished with a white flower accessory pinned to the side.
Here’s my before and after. I cut off all my relaxed ends in August 2010 and the result of my discovery and love for coconut oil. The pic on the left is 6 months later. I just took out my cornrows and ran a big tooth comb through my hair before styling again for the other 3 days of the week. Nothing fancy but I am so proud of my progress.
So grateful for this site.
Getting ready to go shopping in the Target “Ethnic Aisle” with my Best Braid-N-Curl EVER
Headed to class rocking a double strand bantu knot twist out, which was done on wet hair.
Products:Kinky Curly Knot Today, Shea Moisture curling smoothie, and Shea butter.
We always need more!