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 […]
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.
Have you been attempting to grow your hair longer at a faster rate? One area that oftens gets overlooked is the damage that hard water can cause to your hair. When evaluating your own hair routine, you’ll first have to determine if you live in an area that has a large concentration of hard water. […]
The tools: A wide-tooth detangling comb, your fingertips, conditioner with lots of slip (see below for examples), and most importantly – lots of patience! Instructions: Step 1: I detangling in the shower. I start off by getting your hair soaking wet. Step 2: Fingercomb my hair into 8 sections and apply my product thoroughly in […]
The brastraps I use (and the one in the picture above) are both taken from one of my strapless bras that doubles as a bra with straps. The tighter you make it, the smaller the puff will be. My hair usually covers the brastrap, but if it’s light in color (like white or beige) all […]
Items needed: A towel (I use an Aquis Microfiber Towel because it hold much more water in the towel compared to traditional towels.) Scrunching is a technique some curlies may use to make their hair curlier. I personally like to towel-scrunching to make my hair dry faster and keeps my hair in place. I use […]
Photo provided by: cottonnappy.tripod.com Flat-twists are similar to cornrowing, except you are working with two pieces of hair opposed to three pieces. Items needed: A rat-tail comb to make parts, hair oil or crème, rubberbands to hold the ends together (optional). Instructions Step 1: With damp hair and a rat-tail comb, part your […]