This Nappy Hair of Mine

Cuban Twist Havana Crochet Braids

I took a brief hiatus but I’m back with a new style. Basically, I decided to take a break from crochet braids due to my face breaking out.  I’m happy to say my face has cleared and the braids are back.  Honestly, I got tired of dealing with my natural tresses again.  I have 4B/4Cish… Continue reading Cuban Twist Havana Crochet Braids


This Nappy Hair of Mine

Protective Style Challenge Pt. 5

Happy New Year guys!  I’m so excited about 2016 and trying some new hairstyles over the next year. Which brings me to the purpose of this post!  I have another crochet style to share with you! This time I used Janet Collection’s Havana Mambo Hair in 1B(back), 1B/33(middle), and 33(front).  This hair comes in 12… Continue reading Protective Style Challenge Pt. 5

This Nappy Hair of Mine

Protective Style Challenge Pt. 3

Hi everyone! Took another break from the challenge (not a long break), but it’s been a busy couple of months for me.  Anywho, I’m back with my third style, which is technically my fourth…let me explain.  So a couple of weeks ago, I wanted to try and make a wig.  The wig did not come out… Continue reading Protective Style Challenge Pt. 3

This Nappy Hair of Mine

#ProtectiveStyleChallenge Part 2/Jamaican Bounce Hair Review

I’m back everyone! And with a new hairstyle.  As I said in my previous post, I am trying a new #ProtectiveStyleChallenge for a year! For month 2, I decided to go with crochet braids.  However, instead of Freetress hair, I’m using Jamaican Bounce’s Kanekalon Marley hair. The hair is pre-curled in the package so it’s… Continue reading #ProtectiveStyleChallenge Part 2/Jamaican Bounce Hair Review

The Naked Truth

The Hype of Complexions

It’s 2014 and I’m a little confused. I’m really confused because it’s 2014 and we are still having this light skinned versus dark skinned conversation.  Why is this still a conversation when we’ve supposedly progressed?  My problem is it’s always the dark skinned women who have issues with the light skinned women.  I take offense… Continue reading The Hype of Complexions