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–

Looking fierce for Fierce Friday!
This is what I call my ‘girly fro’. It was one of those quick and convenient wash & go’s. I had a good day at school and could not wait to pick up my camera and keep a memory. I also fixed in my Ankara handmade bowtie to accessorize. Check my hair blog out at sirinusu.blogspot.com 🙂 You inspired my hair journey, all the way from Kenya, Africa.

Just another day on the grind. I randomly did a chunky twist-out the night before on the top portion of my head and created a sort of tapered fro look. It’s kind of crazy, but kind of fun, haha! 🙂 You can check the deets at KinksAreTheNewPink.blogspot.com!

Rocking a twist out with one side pinned up at work.

Tanisha V.
My friend and I rocking twist-outs at a birthday celebration.

Just washed my hair and came out of the shower. Decided to take a pic of my “naked” hair. I felt so great about its healthy state, especially after somebody asked what I used to achieve this look and my reply was water. The best!

At Jazz in the Gardens waiting for Patti and Mary J Blige to perform. This is a 3 week old roller set in the midst of the Miami heat and humidity.

On my way to a black tie fundraiser. Braid-out on freshly washed hair, roll and side bun (using Shelli’s tutorial!) and two fake orchids sacrificed from my living room decor at the last second. Loved it!

Recent big chopper from Jamaica rocking my TWA!!! (in my munchkin’s headband :D) more on www.iriediva.com


The day has finally arrived. On my way to the salon to cut off my year and a half transitioning ends. Ready to be fully natural!

**To submit**:
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!