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 […]
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Where are you from and how is the natural scene there? I am from Long Island, New York and I attend college in Philadelphia. The natural scene in New York has definitely picked up a lot within the past two years and in Philadelphia I see naturals everyday. Either women are transitioning, getting their hair […]
Where are you from and how is the natural scene there? I currently live in Rhode Island, but I am originally from North Carolina. Growing up as a young woman in the South I always looked at getting a relaxer as a rite of passage. It was when you crossed over from being a little […]
Where are you from and how is the natural scene there? I’m In Omaha, Nebraska. The nappy view here rather non-existent. I see a lot of ethnic braided styles that are being used to either totally cover up or “enhance” relaxed hair styles, but as far as being totally natural, it’s not very prevalent here. […]
Where are you from and how is the natural scene there? I’m originally from Detroit but I transitioned and went natural while I was living in Ann Arbor, MI. I now live in Atlanta, GA. In Ann Arbor there were a lot of women transitioning on campus but I’m not sure if they have all […]