Tag Archives: Transition

My struggle to go natural

Whenever I’ve blogged or spoken about going natural, I’ve always said that my only regret is that it took me so long to do it because I thought about it for a year before I actually took the leap. Well I lied. A … Continue reading

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JO’M Q&A

As promised in my last post from when I met the JO’M team, I’ve compiled some Q&A’s that came out of our discussion in the session. I’ve often seen that many of us sit with the same questions, so here’s … Continue reading

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So I met JO’M…

I keenly joined an intimate bloggers session with South African natural hair care brand JO’M yesterday to get more info on what they’re about. Right from the start, what I really liked is that JO’M proudly & boldly help women to celebrate the choice of natural hair without putting other choices … Continue reading

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Black Women’s Transitions to Natural Hair

Ahead of anything else, let me reiterate that how you wear your hair is your business. In bashing another’s choice you’re really just showing that you’re not confident in your own. There are so many options & no matter which one you choose, … Continue reading

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