10 Essential Tools 4 Natural Hair

Yay!!  the Nigerian Independence day’s near!! whoop whoop!! Remember to check the Post on October 1st for the Giveaway procedure…. Now back to the Post for today….

A brief list of the basic tools you’ll be needing as a natural ‘haired’ human (*chuckles*)…not that this is the whole list, it’s what we call essential ‘must haves’ and the good part is they are cheap and can be found in beauty supply stores near you!!

Buckle up!!..

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How Going Natural Saved My Hair:I almost went Bald ~Mareh

Have you heard the different stories why people go natural? Would you go natural if your relaxed hair were falling off? or are experiencing too much breakage and thinning? or if your hair isn’t growing at all?

We caught up with a client/friend of KnotteeByNature who had a very interesting story she wished to share… We hope you learn a thing or two from this…mine is ‘be open to learning new stuff and never give up in what we think is the worst case scenario- after all wherelse is there to go when you’re at the bottom, but upwards!!’. Continue reading “How Going Natural Saved My Hair:I almost went Bald ~Mareh”

Knowing Your HAIR in 60 seconds..#MoreIsMoreWithLess

I love to get information (but of course, information is key…who are we kidding?..lmao) but I prefer a hurried process or what we Nigerians would call ‘sharp sharp‘(hehehe).Reading a long Post isn’t my thing except in a critical time when every detail matters, asides that I’m kinda a ‘sharp sharp‘ person (I believe the english word is ‘Impatience‘…don’t blame me I’m Nigerian…hahahaha).

If you’re like me, then this Post is for you… Here’s a lil’ summary of your hair in 60seconds or a lil’ more…For a longer read, click here

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Me, My Girlfriend & Her Hair (Prologue)

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Orim: The subject of “natural-haired-black” women (henceforth referred to as NHB women) is one filled with opinions. A Facebook page, a reddit page, an “Ask Men” magazine entry and several blogs have offered this subject to the public to contend and wrestle with. As a black man, I’m sure I’m not the only member of my sex and race who has considered this issue. Continue reading “Me, My Girlfriend & Her Hair (Prologue)”