While keeping in mind you see a n of ladies donning pixie trims any so often, they generally wind up developing it out, When you look in prominent media, most men and ladies have longer hair, gone are the times of group trims as the standard for men.
Nowadays, long hair is extremely popular with both men and ladies, and it is not difficult to envision why.
Fact that And so it’s longer, more lovely, and more glistening, yet you can accomplish more with it to the extent styling is concerned. Therefore a single cap system, where a machine circulates cold liquid through a special cap, is commonly used in other parts of the world. I live in Montgomery and am looking for a natural stylist b/c my relaxer has just about grown out.
My hair is somewhat short. And now here’s a question. What’s the name of the stylist that you mentioned to Keisa in your message and where can he be found? How can I read about your journey from Day 1? I was inspired by reading your article in Jet Magazine and by now coming to your blog but I have no clue where or how to start. I have really been giving much thought and prayer about going natural. Thank you for being there for us! Anyway, any information you can share, websites, blogs and all that stuff must be SO APPRECIATED!
All of Surely it’s due to hormone levels and will probably never grow back. I’m 34 years old and are wearing wigs and weaves for years since I have really fine, thin hair and am really thin on the p of my head. During that period and even now, I’ve been wearing wigs, sew in, and braids. Although, I will love to have long healthy natural hair. My reason for this transition is to avoid using chemicals, that will burn or cause breakage. I’m not completely ready to wear my natural hair freely, I received many compliments. My relaxed hair should constantly shed, break, and stop growing after reaching a certain length. By the way I have by picture, I have not revealed my natural hair individually. As a result, what are you recommendations? Besides, my hair is short and kinky and I don’t have a clue of how to manage it daily. Fact, I am so happy and blessed to have come upon your website. I am natural for only six months. Will braids nobody will suspect that you are wearing a hairpiece. I am 17 years old and I am trying SOO difficult to grow out my hair. Since Lord knows I need because of the heat manipulation but as a child I had thick pretty curly hair but now all of that has changed. As a result, even when I go to my hair dresser to get a trim I leave the salon with a head of split ends!!!
I’m pretty sure I also have thin hair so when I do twist outs and stuff my hair never look nice and full, I have never had a perm but I was getting my hair flatironed ever since I was I have major breakage and shedding.
I hope to hear back from you soon.
You have a speaking fee, right? As a result, I should also like to feature new clothing lines created by blackish designers in Alabama. I have held a Natural Hair Forum here, and will like to have a different one. Normally, is there any way that you could will you be interested in speaking? Certainly, I have a local group performing with a live band, and a young lady who has created her own natural hair product line.
I am from Gadsden, AL, and I’m planning a summer fashion show featuring models with natural hair. I really seek for to To be honest I will actually be on ur this October and my theme is The Natural GIrl Tour where I might be performing The Natural Hair Song among other original tunes, as long as of this. You see, I should love to work with you on entertainment needs, if you are planning any events throughout the first week in October or any time in the future. I am a neo soul singer and I’ve embraced my natural hair all the curls and kinks. I wrote a song about loving natural hair and it’s gotten some attention in the blogosphere. As well as at a Natural Hair Expo in Tunica, among the ur stops is a performance scheduled in a natural hair salon in Nashville MS. Although, I can’t attend the breakfast meet this weekend as my schedule doesn’t permit but I will keep my eyes open for other projects. I am a natural diva as well and will love to work with you on any scale. I never miss an opportunity to tell them about your natural movement.
Now I’m back to ask if you will come and do a show in the Summer of 2013 here at the Tuscaloosa Library for the Summer Reading Program?
I have many ask about my natural hair which had been this way for 25 years.
I know it my be popular. My E mail is desmith@tuscaloosa library.org or firstname.lastname@example.org. Actually the phone there is 205 dot 345.Thank you. I hope we can partner and have a flawless meeting of the minds. Of course keisa a few years ago I attended a show of yours at the Homewood Alabama Library. I contacted you about 2 years ago about doing a show at the Tuscaloosa Library but the timing wasn’t good. You could go a couple of ways. You can find a lot more info about it on this site. I’d recommend this as ONLY a short term solution…as in 3 6″ months, you could also wear a wig in the interim…keeping it protected underneath.
You could grow it out…keeping it trimmed and styled in natural hair friendly do’ A really good stylist could To be honest I don’t know To be honest I have now started an exploration of self discovery for myself.
I presently reside in Huntsville, AL and have recently started a youtube channel that focuses on Health and Wellness. I have a zeal to promote health education and awareness within the community. It completely blew my mind to see that you had made the natural transition -AWESOME! I am originally from Birmingham and remember you as being a newscaster with the short hairdo. I was so excited when I discovered your blog and youtube videos. You are indeed inspiring. My stylist is also encouraging his clients to let the chemicals go. I’m sure you heard about this. Please inbox me at your earliest, with that said, this era is booming in Montgomery and the women are thirsty for knowledge. This is the case. With you as our headliner, I live in Montgomery, Alabama and I should love to host an event. I ok the leap18 months ago and since after that, I have encourage many women to making an attempt to be creative with my natural style.
What sites will you recommed for larger curls.
I have Medium size loose curls. My problem is that I have worn my hair straight and parted in the middle for so long that my part is still there. At the moment I am experiencing extreme damage. How can I determine what caused this problem and how long does it take to get damaged hair healty again? How do I know if I know it’s frizz or damaged. Sounds familiardoesn’t it? Team Natural Hair was created for all women who wear and share their ideas/ways of taking care of their natural hair. I am Yazmyne West, 21 years old, and I am a college student studying Advertising and Graphic Design. I am the creator of a small group called Team Natural Hair. I may be graduating May 17, 2012 with my Associates in Applied Science. Relaxed for years and years, To be honest I have always had long thick hair.
Must I just do the big chop?
Really broken up about the entire situation but I know should look without hair or a little natural hair. I am really rn as the hair loss is in patches but my natural hair is growing in those areas. I don’t know what to do. I am a professional in marketing and PR so I have to be seen. Striving to transition but still loosing hair. I recently started loosing hair as long as a medical treatment.a great dose of moisture and protein so you don’t look for to avoid hydration altogether.
Start with basic care. However, they can coat the hair and make every strand heavier, that only increases limpness. Moisturizing shampoo may not be your best bet, if your hair is super fine or thinning. Instead, look for oil free cleansing and conditioning products. We certainly appreciate you.). We’d certainly LOVE to have you attend. Generally, NC area the weekend of May ‘4 5’, 2012, please join us for Loving Your Hair With Natural Care featuring Felicia Leatherwood, if you happen to be in the Raleigh. Thank you for EVERYTHING you are doing in the natural hair community. I’d say in case it suits your personality and ‘selfimage’, the pixie cut is an especially striking look. Layered cuts add volume. This is the case. Long, limp hair is beyond the reach of most attempts to add volume. Yes, that’s right! We will consult with you closely, however, as Basically the right haircut and hair color can make a huge difference with fine hair. Needless to say, take advantage of volumizing mousses and gels, when you do choose a fuller look. Large, heated rollers or a ‘widebarrel’ curling iron can also give your hair volume that can be held in place with a great quality hair spray. Let me tell you something. I should like to extend the opportunity to you to host an event at our Boutique. I am a manager at an upscale consignment and vintage boutique in Birmingham. While discounts to the people who stop by, we will provide refreshments and drinks. Therefore if you are interested please email me or call the store at 2053835164″. Generally, I recently heard you on the radio advertising a natural hair event you hosted at the North Birmingham Library.
I should like to extend an invitation for you to present your workshop at Gulf Coast Naturals 2012 Fierce.
Please contact me via email, I’d say in case you are interested in learning more about our event.
Whenever taking place in New Orleans throughout the weekend of the Essence Music Festival, fabulous event. Fly. I will suggest a site called They have style suggestions for EVERY hair type and curl pattern. Known they have great how to’s for a lot of curl patterns. Play with a couple of variations. For instance, I’d literally google medium size loose curls or style ideas for loose curls and see what pulls up, if that doesn’t help. Also…do identical search in Youtube. Her name is Stephanie Haynes Banks…amd she organized a meetup in your city. You’ll find one soon. I do not know a perfect natural hair stylist in Huntsville, Al but I know someone who does.
I’d start googling names of natural hair stylists in Huntsville, attempting to press it. I will love to host a I Love My Hair party. Please contact me with any and all the information there’re lots of ladies here who are sick and tired of being sick and tired of struggling with their hair. Now let me tell you something. Therefore this summer I am having an event that might be held in my area, Fayetteville.
I am writing to see if you are willing to come speak at my event.
I’ve decided to be the first to do that.
Planned date for this event is June 30th, 2012 at 3pm. Normally, I realized one day that So there’re hardly ever any events held in Fayetteville for the many natural women here. Remember, yogi EC here. I should love to perform at a certain amount your events as an inspiration to women everywhere. I also am a performing poet/vocalist/Sign Language artist and I have a book coming out this week! Oftentimes I am taxiing down the runway to success and growth, Know what, I just need some around the globe! I make custom pained jewelry that I KNOW women from everywhere will love! Therefore, thank you a lot Keisa for just being your beautiful, powerful self! Notice, I will like to know how I can link in to being a vendor at some amount of your events. I left my phone number on your FB page. I can email you my bio and performance resume’. I am inspired by you and proud of you. Self love begins inside and I have a gift through words and song that will encourage, inspire and uplift.