For all of us, the weather impacts how we wear our hair. Currently, where I reside the temperature varies, it could be hot and humid one day and then more cool and comfortable the following day. When wearing wash and go’s, I usually need to check the weather forecast and change up my products and […]
MotownGirl.com is a comprehensive website established in 2001 that is dedicated to helping people learn how to style and manage their natural hair at home. This web site has information regarding natural hair care and it includes easy to make homemade hair recipes, instructions on how to create hairstyles and much more.
Q. Where are you from and how is the natural scene there? A. I am originally from Orangeburg, South Carolina, but I currently reside in Charlotte, North Carolina. Honestly, I really don’t see many people with natural hair here – I always seem to get questions like “how do you get your hair to look […]
By Janice Johnson It can be easy to simply turn to the many different chemically enhanced products on the market today to help increase the rate your hair grows but it is not often the safest route to take. Protein is a natural vitamin which can be found not only through supplementation but through the […]
Q: Where are you from and how is the natural scene there? A: I’m originally from New Haven, CT, where the natural scene is practically non-existent. However, I’ve resided a good bit of my life in Baltimore, MD, where surprisingly, the natural scene has recently caught on relatively quickly. The mixture is pretty much split […]
Q: Where are you from and how is the natural scene there? A: I’m from Georgia and the natural scene is absolutely thriving here, especially in Atlanta. Q. How has your experience been with natural hair? A: This is my second time being natural (I wore locs during college). I did my big chop on […]
By: Shannon Shelton I didn’t plan to go natural. One day though, as I ran my fingers through the hair close to my scalp and felt the ridges and bumps that were the telltale signs of that dreaded “new growth,” I started thinking. Why exactly did I need to chemically straighten it? I never could […]