Sites to check out


Hair care advice from a scientific perspective 1

  Mane Insights is a science-based hair and consumer analysis company that provides customers with personalized advice about hair care based on their individual needs. For each client, extensive background information is collected–specific grooming practices, treatments and processes that are known to dictate hair characteristics. Also, we provide an opportunity […]


Teaching self-love (Sunne’s Gift)

This is a Kickstarter worth standing beside! Watch as Ama Karikari-Yawson shares the inspiration for her upcoming children’s book. The inspiration…   One day, I took my 3-year-old son, Jojo, to a barber.  I explicitly asked the barber not to shave off all of Jojo’s hair and to just make it shorter. The […]


HAIR’itage – coming to a city near you

This play shows the  journeys and struggles that African-American women go through with their hair and how that affects work, family and social lives. An original play about the evolution of the Black woman’s Hair by Niccole Nero Gaines The play tells the stories of 6 “Sistah’s” and how their […]


Hair Gets Kinky

I meet so many fab women making moves in my scrolling of Instagram and the twittah 🙂 I just had to feature yet another one I’ve enjoyed following on the World Wide Web. Jess of HairGetsKinky.com blogs, vlogs, and posts pics of fly jewelry and hair styles. I asked her […]


Happily Ever Natural

My name is Michelle. I’m 27 years old from Chicago, IL. Founder of www.happilyevernatural.com and I love everything about NATURAL HAIR!!   My mother relaxed my hair at a very young age because she simply could not deal with it.  I was a long term transitioner from 2009-2011, I simply did […]


Style Diary: Tsholo Dikobe

(The Khoi-fro) The sciences of appearances- outward appearances to inner well-being have always been my personal legend. Through this medium of communication, I developed a keen interest in how easily society can be influenced over a substantial period. The way in which an ensemble of words or a single item […]


Tiffany Josephs Photography (the sequel)

Be sure to read part one of Tiffany Josephs’ photography story here. Some photographers love to shoot weddings because they love to see love. I love to document history in the making. I love getting out in the world and showing others what I just witnessed. I do have a dream of […]


Koils by Nature

I don’t post enough about my hair products…but I’ll try to do better just for you! 😉 I went to the Black Hair Kitchen Expo in DC and purchased a few items (as you can see!)…here’s my video review for the Koils by Nature products I have been loving since […]


Tiffany Josephs’ Journey to Photography 3

    Before you read…head over to Facebook and follow Tiffany Josephs Photography. Read on! How did you become a photographer…your journey, so to say? That’s such a long and possibly boring story lol… My father bought me my first camera (polaroid) when I was 11 years old. I took […]


The Kitchen Beautician [book]

Former self-proclaimed product junkie, Dezarae Henderson has been making hair products for a long time. “Sundays have long been my hair day and it was therapeutic for me. I would always experiment and would then be asked what I used in my hair, so I decided to publish my recipes.” […]


Shelly at Glam Natural Life

  You may have seen the guest blogger post from Shelly at Glam Natural Life…if you didn’t click here! Well, I loved her hair and story, so I asked her to share it with my readers! Share about your hair/style journey over the years and how it has evolved to […]


SheaMoisture Hair Color review by Glam Natural Life 1

Shelly of Glam Natural Life shared her experience using the SheaMoisture Ammonia-Free Hair Color System in Bright Auburn. Her results were amazing! “I am over the moon excited as I write this post. So, I tried the SheaMoisture Ammonia-Free Hair Color System in the shade Bright Auburn over the weekend. Ok, […]


Sisterhood of Natural Hair

I attended the Black Hair Kitchen Expo while in DC for my sorority’s National Convention and I met a lot of great people! One group I ran into was the Sisterhood of Natural Hair. I purchased a cute flower headband for my niece and asked if I could feature them on […]


STYLEspiration: Blake Von D 1

By now, you know my love for meeting new people through the Internet. Not in the way of trying to make new besties, but just connecting in a business manner. I also love to show support for African American women who are working hard and trying to make a name […]


Step into your inner goddess

I love to see celebrities interact on a positive level with their fans. Tomiko Fraser-Hines considers herself to be an “inspirationist”! She gets a thrill helping others realize their true worth and potential. She took time out to do a mini question-and-answer session with her Facebook fans and I just had to […]


Flowers From Fatima

I come from a family of entrepreneurs. My mother and father owned a painting business and my oldest brother was the owner of a computer software company. I’ve always been inspired to discover my passion and live my life fulfilling it!   Flowers From Fatima blossomed shortly after my father […]


Dope Crochet

The beginning: My cousin taught me to crochet afghans one sweltering hot summer in Detroit and I haven’t put my crochet hook down since! It wasn’t until I began my natural journey in 2006 that I began crocheting accessories and jewelry. I felt like I needed to accentuate my new […]


Orange is Natural

The 2010s (sounds weird) have been full of falling in love with non-traditional television. I cancelled cable and have several Youtube series I can’t live without…need references? Click HERE and HERE, then thank me later. I’ve gotten used to tuning in to my Wii, iPad, or Apple TV on a […]