Wash and gos. They’re practically the epitome of what it means to be natural—the ability to wear your hair in its natural curl pattern as it grows out of your head, amiright? So why is it so many of us have trouble perfecting the style and our wash and gos seem more like wash and no’s? What if I told you anyone—and yes, I do mean anyone (I’m looking at you, you 4c maven), can achieve a defined, juicy wash and go by fixing 5 common mistakes people make when trying to achieve this style? This post goes into those 5 mistakes and how to…
Presenting the first reader-submitted Naturalista feature! Please meet the fabulous Kerdisha!
Being featured is probably the natural hair blogger’s highest form of flattery! So color me tickled, when Neno Natural decided to feature me. 😀 Neno Natural is no ordinary blog. Much like The Natural Hair Blog Directory, Neno Natural is a natural hair resource. Its Queen of Kinks, Curls, & Coils features page is a combination of features and a directory of bloggers by hair type AND location! Check out my feature here!
Five months after I originally wrote this post and I still have not big chopped! Not because I’m afraid of it–I’ve long since gotten over that.
Okay, okay, I know that I’ve been MIA on the transitioning hairstyles front–I’m sorry!! 🙁 I had a bit of camera and technical troubles, but I think I’m back on track. 🙂 So without further adieu, the first style in the Things My Transitioning Hair Can Do Series is the Satin-Strip Braidout!