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. […]
My hair was the most frustrating at the 4-6 inch stage. It was too long to be short and too short to be long. Here are some ways I got over being bored and frustrated with my hair: • I wore textured half wigs and lots of them. I kept my real hair cornrowed or […]
Here are some standard items I’ve been using on my natural hair for the past 13 years: 1. Widetooth comb: I have two kinds that I love..the K-Cutter comb (for basic detangling) and a “Beach Comber” comb from Sally’s this comb hair extra wide spaces and great for those days when I need some extra […]
Q. Where are you from and how is the natural scene there? A. I’m from Baltimore, Maryland where the natural hair scene here is very popular. Q. Did you transition to natural hair? If so, what were your experiences? A. I didn’t transition to natural hair. When I made made up mind to become natural, […]
Q. Where are you from and how is the natural scene there? A. I’m originally from Oklahoma, but I am currently living in Texas. I have been noticing more naturals lately, but in both states women mostly wear weaves and relaxers. Q. Did you transition to natural hair? If so, what were your experiences? A. […]