Hair Typing: How to determine Hair Type

Hair typing is a constant topic online when speaking about natural afro hair. People often ask for help to determine their hair type in order to figure out how to best care for their hair. Using numbers 1 to 4, the hair typing system is said to be created by celebrity stylist Andre Walker. This system grades hair from 1 (straight hair), 2 (wavy hair), 3 (curly hair) and 4 (kinky hair). “Hair Typing: How to determine Hair Type”

Cape Town Natural Hair Fest

On December 18th the first ever Cape Town Natural Hair Fest was held at the Blue Bird Garage in Muizenburg, South Africa. The event was hosted by the five stars Eleonore Barkes (@eleonorejadore), Kasuba Stuurman (@mevrou_stuurman), Chantal De Kock (@chantaldekock), Amanda Cooke (@capetowncurly) & Simone Thomas (@kroesrocks). After months of planning the day had finally come for all their hard work to show.  “Cape Town Natural Hair Fest”

What Natural Hair Expression And Abbreviations Mean

Are you new to the natural hair community and find yourself confused by words and abbreviations? Or do you get put off and lose patience when you read blogs and online forums without being able to follow the whole conversation? Like any community, the natural hair community has developed it’s own way for speaking in terms of words, expressions and abbreviations. Sometimes it’s easy to figure out what a person is speaking about by the content, but this isn’t always the case. Here’s a list of useful words and phrases to know when you are diving into the natural hair scene: “What Natural Hair Expression And Abbreviations Mean”

When to trim your afro hair

A common question which has no easy answer is when or how often you should trim your afro hair. A hair dresser may respond with every six to eight weeks, whereas a hair vlogger with long hair may say once a year. There seems to be many different answers to this question and no “one fits all” answer. “When to trim your afro hair”

That everyday colorism

Yes, my youngest daughter is darker in her skin than her older sister and yes they have the same mother and father. If you have an issue with that or feel the need to question or express it, please do. But know that I won’t keep quiet. You will get my full story on how I view your ignorance.
“That everyday colorism”