Inspiration

Learning What Doesn’t Work for your Hair

Learning What Doesn’t Work for your Hair

As I have gone through this continuous hair journey my hair has taught me exactly what it likes and what it will absolutely not respond to which in my case some of those factors are wet detangling, excessive heat, washing my hair too frequently and among many, many  more, lol but especially wet detangling!  For me(…)

YOUR TRUE LIGHT IS WAITING FOR YOU

YOUR TRUE LIGHT IS WAITING FOR YOU

Someone asked me how I react when negativity is directed towards my hair and style and I simply say Martin Luther King said it best “Let no man pull you low enough to hate him.” People make fun of what they don’t understand, fear or something they want to attain but do not think it is possible(…)

HAIR INSPIRATION: Blast From The Past

HAIR INSPIRATION: Blast From The Past

My hair inspiration hits very close to well… home. The fly photo above is of my beautiful, amazing mother at 18 years old on her graduation day. This woman really influenced my style which was not to be afraid to try anything! Truth be told it took me years to completely master this advice but(…)

LES TWINS

LES TWINS

(Photos by Shawn Wellington) Meet identical twins Laurent and Larry Bourgeois from Sarcelles, France who are incredible new style hip hop dancers that mix their own music for their dance routines or freestyles (more photos in read more/comment section). Their moves have strong reminiscences of Michael Jackson who is one of their biggest influences. Definitely(…)

My hair inspiration

My hair inspiration

I wasn’t extensive in my bio about my past because that would be quite a long and dysfunctional story. But I want to touch on a part of my life where I struggled with my identity and I hated my hair. Although I was born in Toronto, Canada I grew up in Brooklyn. It was(…)

THE NATURAL HAIR MOVEMENT:ARE YOU REDAY TO JOIN?

THE NATURAL HAIR MOVEMENT:ARE YOU REDAY TO JOIN?

An image I recreated from J. Howard Miller’s “Rosie the Riveter” figure with the famous slogan ”We Can Do It!” which was part of a government “campaign” to motivate women to take on male dominated jobs during World War II. I recreated this image not to compare natural hair to the hardships of that period but to(…)