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FAQs

Hey there guys!

I get a lot of questions over on my instagram account ( my user name is MG__03, two underscores) about my natural hair here are the most popular questions: 213 more words

Natural Hair

DARK HAIR

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I lördags hände det, efter att ha haft sliten brun hårfärg så länge så tog jag steget att färga det svart, vilket är nästan mitt naturliga hårfärg (har någon nyans ljusare än svart). 52 more words

Mode

Don't Touch My Hair!

Be it the hair on your head or your eyebrows, it is so important to keep it maintained with regular cuts and oils. Im not talking about the hair on your top lip, you can go right ahead and get rid of that! 243 more words

Yogurt to the rescue (Le yaourt au secours)

Simple methode pour restorer les cheveux et obtenir une croissance plus rapide.

Avant de commencer cette redaction, je vous rassure que j’ai fait mes recherches et ceci marche à merveille, alors pour ceux qui auront des doutes, de grâce, soyez rassurés que ceci est une méthode scientifiquement verifiée. 626 more words

Cheveux Naturels

My natural hair journey

So I’ve been completely natural for about a year now,I has no clue what to so with my hair so I was wearing weaves & wigs,well this June 2014,I decided no more weavces,no more wigs just my natural,so after watching literally millions of YouTube videos,I tries some braid outs,some horrible,some okay & this was my best ever braid out,I was overly pro d of myself,I achieved this look with cantu coconut curl cream,coconut oil & cantu twist & loc gel… 32 more words

The curls have it!

This post is going to be short and sweet. But I think the decision has been made, the curls have it, I think I am going to a long term transition, no longer just a long stretch of relaxers, the more my hair grows the more I love the curl. 269 more words

Relaxed Hair

A story about white hair and children (and other things)

Black children who live in townships may have more opportunity, more freedom of movement, and better education (although the better education is questionable even taking Bantu Education into account – more on that later) than during apartheid, but what they do not have is experience with many white people. 694 more words

Children