How I Grew My Curly Hair LONG (357/365)

I don't really consider myself a hair expert in any sense, but I got asked on Instagram about how I grew my hair and I feel like it's difficult to really write everything down in the comments section - plus I needed an idea for todays blog post as I'm currently in the later stages … Continue reading How I Grew My Curly Hair LONG (357/365)

Why I Don’t Follow The Curly Girl Method (271/365)

So for everyone who doesn't have curly hair or follow any bloggers let me first explain what the CG method actually is. It's quite a strict regimen that focuses a lot on cutting out ALL sulfates, silicones, parabens, waxes and harmful alcohols in your hair routine. It also follows a method of moisturising your hair … Continue reading Why I Don’t Follow The Curly Girl Method (271/365)

Unspoken Curly Hair Rules (226/365)

In case you missed it my hair is naturally curly, for anyone who uses the 'type' system, I'd say my hair is 3a and I don't know what kind of porosity. I've been wearing it natural for almost 6 years now and in that time I've watched curly hair bloggers, learned from them and realised … Continue reading Unspoken Curly Hair Rules (226/365)

White Girls are Starting to Embrace Their Curls and I’m 100% Here for it! (131/365)

Years ago women of colour ditched the relaxers and started embracing the hair that they were born with, and to be honest it helped a lot of us out. The rise of the 'natural hair guru' meant that for the first time we had access to information about our hair that our parents did not … Continue reading White Girls are Starting to Embrace Their Curls and I’m 100% Here for it! (131/365)

Weird Curly Hair Trends: Inversion Method (126/365)

In the past 5 years the curly hair community online has skyrocketed, it's a great time to actually get information and learn how to perfect your routine. With the good comes the bad, and the bad comes with weird trends that really need to go in the bin. The method I'll be writing about today … Continue reading Weird Curly Hair Trends: Inversion Method (126/365)

You Don’t Need To Spend 3 Hours Washing Your Hair! (83/365)

Dear natural hair gurus, I know that you're doing your best and you want to help curly haired people enjoy their natural hair texture and get as much moisture as possible, but 3 hour long wash days are ruining peoples days. It's uneccessary and basically a massive waste of time. Before I get streams of … Continue reading You Don’t Need To Spend 3 Hours Washing Your Hair! (83/365)

Dumb Question You Hear As a Curly Haired Girl (77/365)

When you have hair that isn't straight or even wavey you tend to get weird looks, people trying to touch it and honestly just a lot of questions on how to deal with it. In all honesty, a lot of the questions aren't bad or even offensive - it's just curiosity, but some questions are … Continue reading Dumb Question You Hear As a Curly Haired Girl (77/365)

The Lies Curly Hair Bloggers Tell Us (63/365)

Since going natural at the end of 2013 I have watched a lot of curly hair bloggers, and for the most part, they're honestly doing God's work and helping us out. Especially when you consider that most of us embrace our natural hair and have no idea how to style, wash or even sleep in … Continue reading The Lies Curly Hair Bloggers Tell Us (63/365)

Losing Our Trust in Influencers (62/365)

I'd like to start off with a disclaimer: This is not a post hating influencers, a lot of them are amazing, talented and generally do an amazing job, but it's more a commentary on how we no longer trust them as much as we used to. Times have changed a lot when it comes to influencers and how much power they had over their audiences. Before the time of gossip channels and phrases like 'spilling the tea', we tended to trust their opinions and views on products a lot more. We knew … Continue reading Losing Our Trust in Influencers (62/365)

Don’t Touch My Hair (44/365)

Going natural was one of the best choices I have ever made for my hair. By ditching the hair straighteners my hair was finally able to flourish, it grew a lot faster and it's generally a lot healthier now. One of the things I didn't expect when embracing my curls, however, were people's needs to … Continue reading Don’t Touch My Hair (44/365)