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Natural Hair Food!

NaturallyLeslie is back and this time she’s talking health and beauty from the inside out! Being a busy and stressed young professional I sometimes get lazy and eat a bunch of junk. After reading this I am recommitting myself to eating better in addition to upping my gym regimen back to cardio 3-4 times a …

For the Transitioners!

Naturally Leslie’s back, and this time she’s looking out for the transitioning divas! Well… not just the transitioners. But the reason I say this is because a lot of people either on the fence about transitioning or already in the process still feel very unsure about what their natural hair will be like, look like, …

Our Children and Natural Hair

The beautiful and insightful Leslie, of Naturally Leslie is back, and she’s got babies on the brain 🙂 Nooooooo…not like that. You see, after reviewing one of Tyra’s hair episodes, I got to thinking about our beautiful children. The saddest segment of the whole show was the part about the little girls expressing disgust for …

Black Men and Natural Hair

The beautiful and insightful Leslie, of Naturally Leslie, will be contributing cultural pieces to CN.com weekly!Check it out, and weigh in! Image from Essence.com So one topic that tends to come up over and over again on the blogs is related to how men view our natural hair. I’ve shared before how I never had …

Black-Latino Identity–Naturally Leslie

The beautiful and insightful Leslie, of Naturally Leslie, will be contributing cultural pieces to CN.com weekly!Check it out, and weigh in! I used to be a Spanish teacher and one thing I always found interesting was how my students did not know that you could be Black and Latino/a at the same time. They did …

African American Beauty: Reconstructed

The beautiful and insightful Leslie, of Naturally Leslie, will be contributing cultural pieces to CN.com weekly! Today will be the first of many fabulous posts. Check it out, and weigh in! I came across this research paper by a student from Georgia State University (2004) entitled Emulated through Images: The Globalization of Misconstructed African American …