How To Make Your Curls Stay via NaturallyCurly

Check out my latest post on NaturallyCurly titled, “How To Make Your Curls Stay.” In this article, I talk about some natural hair hacks that type 2 (wavy), type 3 (curly), and type 4 (coily) naturals should know to help their curls stay. Curl staying power is hard at first since a lot of trial and error is involved. However, it doesn’t have to be. 😉 You can check them out here.

You can also read my last post on NaturallyCurly here.

Until next time,

Do you have any tips on how to make your curls last? Share them below!

3 Must-Have Cowashes for Kinky-Curly Hair

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Co-washing, or conditioner washing, is a key step in maintaining curly-kinky hair. The textures are naturally dry, and co-washing aids in keeping the hair soft and moisturized, while cleansing the scalp to promote healthy hair growth. (more…)

6 Ways to Make Your Curls Look Way Better via NaturallyCurly


Check out my latest feature post on NaturallyCurly titled, “6 Ways to Make Your Curls Look WAY Better.” Here, I highlight 6 techniques that all naturalistas should know to enhance the appearance of their curls. Of course there are plenty more, but these 6 are some of my favorites! Check them out here.

You can read my first post for NaturallyCurly here.

Until next time,


5 Favorite Hair Products from 2014


2015 is in full swing and I am super late with this post. However, I do hope that you all will forgive me! *bats eyelashes* I couldn’t let us get too far along without sharing my 5 favorite hair products from 2014.  These products have been tried numerous times throughout the year and have been carried over into my 2015 arsenal. This list is not in any particular order: (more…)

CurlsFoTheGirls x NaturallyCurly

Screen Shot 2014-10-16 at 12.26.09 PMExciting news!

I am officially a NaturallyCurly contributor, woo!  I am super excited about this and encourage you all to read my first article, which is about leave-in conditioner and how your hair can benefit from it in little ways.  You can read the article here.

I’d also love to hear your thoughts about the article!  Don’t hesitate to leave a comment below or send me an email at

Until next time,

Do you use leave-in conditioner? Why or why not? Share your thoughts!