Almost time to go home…

As the semester quickly comes to a close, I can't help but to feel excited. Not only am I happy to be going home to see my family and other loved ones, but I am exctatic to be getting back to the naturally filter rain water that Bermuda has flowing through the taps. I also... Continue Reading →

I Did an Experiment and….

Okay. So this week I decided to do a little experiment, involving my hair. I did my regular wash n go routine on Friday April 19th. I touched up my curls on Sunday April 21st and then let my curls fall how they wanted the following Monday. Starting on Tuesday April 23rd, I put my... Continue Reading →


I wish some people understood the concept of having boundaries. ESPECIALLY WHEN IT COMES TO HAIR. Your hands do not belong anywhere near my head if I don't know you, or if we don't have a close relationship where that would be okay. I honestly wish some people understood this concept, it's only common courtesy.... Continue Reading →

“Is That Your Real Hair?”

The amount of time I get asked this question is ridiculous. It's as if a black girl can't have super defined curly hair. Society has made us think that all black hair is "nappy" or "unkempt". It's been branded and programmed into our minds to be shocked when someone has beautiful curly hair, as if... Continue Reading →

Your Hair is Art

Embrace the beauty within. I challenge everyone to take a picture showcasing their natural hair. Photo Creds: @free-photos on pixabay.comPhoto Creds: @jamsthebest on Photo Creds: @StockSnap on #PhotoChallenge

Today was weird…

I didn't know what to write for today but then something happened. I was in Walmart getting some things this afternoon, when an older black woman approached me and asked if my hair was real. Since being in America, I've gotten asked this question, or similar questions, multiple times, but this was the first time... Continue Reading →

Choose Your Natural Self

As black girls, we've been programmed to hate our hair. It's been engrained into our brains since we were little. While some parents left their children's hair in its natural state, others weren't as lucky. Perms were a part of black culture for a long time. But now more and more women are choosing to... Continue Reading →

Eco Styler Gel: Cancel or Keep?

In the last few weeks, the YouTube and Twitter communities were talking about how Eco Styler Gel has been causing health problems, and how its bad for the environment. I wasn't planning on discussing this on here but I feel like it needs to be addressed. First of all, *ahem, cough cough* Eco never claimed... Continue Reading →

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