There has been some misconceptions regarding my blog.
The information I post is for anyone that has curly hair. Black, white, brown, purple or green. I honestly don’t care what nationality you are. I am stopped everyday by white girls with curly hair just like mines that want advice about their curls.
Yes my blog is called Curly Headed Black Girls. So? I’m Black (not African-American… I’ve never been to Africa.) and the friend that was supposed to help with my blog is black. Which is why I named it the way i did. Even if you are “Other” you can still have kinky, curly, nappy hair.
So please feel free to ask any and everything that you can think of about your hair.
Okay so… 3 days ago I started my Hairfinity regimen. I ironed out my hair, for the first time in a almost a year. It was the first time that I had actually done an official length check on my hair since I faded it last summer. it was a little past my shoulders. I was so excited until I seen that my ends were completely ate up and over processed from dying my hair its signature honey blonde color. The only section that was fine was my reverse Wiz Khalifa patch. SMH. So I called my beautician and she found a place to squeeze me in (on a Saturday) for a basic trim and iron out. She cut off about a inch, and it looked so much better.
Before the trim
Post Trim (Hairfinity Day 2)
So in about 8 weeks I will be going back to get the rest of the processed hair trimmed off and I will be back on track with my healthy hair journey.
We are The Curly Headed Black Girls; two individuals that want to share our opinions and ideas on natural hair with other naturals all around the globe! We each have different lengths of hair, different hair textures, different regimens, and different ways we like to style and wear our hair. We know that having natural hair can be very tiresome, frustrating, and stressful but we believe that dealing with your hair seems a tad bit easier when you have different options and methods to tackle your hair.
My name is Jennifer and I consider my self somewhat a veteran of this natural hair thing. And we have a Farah. She is my newbie, grasshopper if you will.
We want to be able to reach out to people and we plan on doing so by providing you with tutorials on how to make natural hair products, natural skin/body products, and how to achieve different hairstyles on different hair textures and lengths. We also plan to give product reviews on different products and how they work on both of our different hair textures so that you can have a clear idea of how the product may work for you.
Outside of tutorials and product reviews, we plan to share our daily life as natural haired women and we also plan to feature other naturals and their hair journeys to inspire and motivate those who want to become natural and those of us who are already natural. We hope that CurlyHeadedBlackGirls will not only become a place where you can get information on natural hair but a place where you can contribute your thoughts, share your experiences, and help other naturals that may be having a problem that you previously experienced.
The two of us may have different hair textures, different lengths, and different curl patterns but we’ve come together to achieve the same goal; to have long, natural, healthy hair and to inspire and encourage each person to love themselves and their natural hair!
Our blog is about us but it is for YOU! If you have any questions, comments, concerns feel free to shoot us an email @ firstname.lastname@example.org!