Last Minute Christmas Gifts

It’s Friday, December 16th, and no lie, this is the earliest my Christmas shopping has ever been done. Go. Me!  If you’re like me: an introverted Scrooge, who hates all things Christmas-related and shopping, in general… or you’re just a little behind this year, you probably still need to a gift or two… or maybe […]

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Wash and Go with The Mane Choice

I am not a product junkie, at all. I have been using the same products pretty much since I big chopped in 2009! I like what I like… and I’m lazy. Trying new product isn’t as much about the money, although it can get expensive, as it is about the time. If a product doesn’t […]

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The Curly Girls Guide to Summer Essentials | blonde

It’s officially summer ladies! Every curly girl knows that when the seasons change your hair routine has to evolve too. So, I teamed up with one of my fave curly girls Kenya Raymer to bring you our summer essentials guide. Kenya is a writer, blogger, dancer and the hostess of the natural-hair meet up Curls & Cocktails. She is […]

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Coffee in the Morning

On May 1st, the incomparable @Sophia_Roe dropped a bomb on me… that I was possibly bitchy because I drank coffee and ate bacon first thing in the morning. Say whaaaa…   🍋So many people wake up from their sleep and immediately start eating..the term "breakfast" translates literally into "breaking your fast" So, you have just been asleep […]

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Marley Twists

  Of all the ways I rock my hair, Marley twists always get the most attention. So what makes these Marleys and not Havanas or Senegalese twists? The type of twist is determined by the type of hair you use. Havana twists use Havana hair & Senegalese twists use kankelon braiding hair, and they have a much smoother […]

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so I can see you

My grandmother used to tell me, I love when you wear your hair back, so I can see you. Even before hairstrike2014*, her words lived in my heart and I would hear them when I pulled my hair back, “…so I can see you” and I’d smile. But the truth is: when I wore my […]

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