Hair Chronicles

27 Jun


This week in Curly Conversations…
I want to start featuring my hairstyle for each week. Hair is such a huge topic for women in the African-American community. It’s so complex yet unique to each individual. We all have different textures and each head of hair has its own pros and cons. One thing we do share is wondering what in the heck we’re going to do with it each week. I’m natural, so I’m still learning what works for me. To really get in the thick of things, click on each photo, and it will show an enlarged image. Enjoy!

Products used:

Cantu Shea Butter pomade





Ampro Styling Gel


6 Responses to “Hair Chronicles”

  1. Joyce B. June 27, 2012 at 4:04 pm #

    Love the natural hair, seems to be the New trend for African American women, or maybe, our New solution.
    (Like the style you are profiling this week, look forward to future styles!)

  2. Tenai June 27, 2012 at 6:52 pm #

    I have been hearing good things about the Cantu products. I may start using that during my natural journey.

    • Caramel Rell June 27, 2012 at 8:03 pm #

      Cantu Shea butter leave-in treatment and promenade have been my lifesavers!

  3. tdennyprimal July 2, 2012 at 12:38 am #

    I’ve always envied African American women for all the cool styles you can do with your hair. Mine has exactly one style- straight and limp. I love your look, it’s really cute!

    • Caramel Rell July 2, 2012 at 12:53 pm #

      Thanks so much! African American hair is complicated, which forces creativity! Hair is so important to all women…it is a large piece of each and every one of our personalities 🙂

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