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Naturalista Meryska

My name is Meryska, I also go by Memi. I was born on the west coast, grew up in the Midwest, and now live in the South. Returning natural was a necessity! I was a college student and I couldn’t afford the upkeep of a perm. I literally just stopped getting perms and started washing…

How to Achieve a Wash and Go

During warmer temperatures, you will begin to see more naturals rock the wash and go hairstyle. Achieving a wash and go can be as easy as wetting the hair and going or wetting the hair and spending time adding product. This depends on your hair type. Wash and go’s are worn mostly in the warmer…

How To Make Chemical Free Flaxseed Hair Gel

Many consume these very beneficial seeds to support the overall health of the body but did you know that you can make your own hair gel from it? Who in the world would want to make their own hair gel from something that you can eat? You may find yourself getting the DIY bug after…

Let It Go Sis

  Holding on to your split ends is trouble…… Too many times I see women dealing with damaged hair as they are afraid to cut/trim it because they will lose length. They are willing to deal with the damaged hair for the sake of length. If we are so worried about length, does this not…

Naturalista Sharlayne

Hi, my name is Sharlayne, I’m a freelance producer and writer and I also run an art collective for POC called Project Noir. I live in London. I’ve been natural for 2 years now. I big chopped last November and it was the best thing for my hair once I got rid of those straggly…

Naturalista Jamellia

My name is Jamellia McFarlane but friends call me Millie. I was born in Queens New York but raise in Florida. I’m 27 and a social worker. I have been natural since Nov 2011- so 6yrs. I returned natural because I had shaved the side of my hair and wanted to start over. I was doing…