Friday, June 11, 2010

WNG pic

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Curls Be Poppn

I am totally in love with my WNG. It took a year. But it was worth it.
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Friday, January 8, 2010


Hey Curlies! Longtime no

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!! I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday!

I started out this journey just wanting to have healthy, long hair. Then after joining LHCF and with all the inspiration from natural heads I threw naturally curlicious into the description. I still do want that but maybe AFTER being locked. I have been contemplating sisterlocks for some time now. Actually I have secretly wanted dreads since a teen, ever since I saw this women who looked like me with them. I was at a cookout one day and I saw this women that was fair-skinned, with freckles but most importantly long, down her back blonde dreads. I thought, "WOW she is sexy and cool and everyone is watching her". I then began to try and imagine myself with dreads. Then I would think no and let it go until I saw some one else with them.

I have seen sisterlocks. I want them, not only do I want them but I want to install them for other people. I am seriously contemplating the 4 day training class in ATL. I think I would go to the class before even got mine installed.

I do wonder about something though. I only seem to see pictures of middle-aged women with them, with the exception of a few.

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Those Natural Girls

That is what I was called a couple nights ago by the fiance. To be honest, I smiled a bit at the thought. I mean I had transitioned for 6, almost 7 months before doing the BC and that was the end be natural. The more I have been reading and experimenting I am going more towards all natural products for not just my hair but my body as well. I can make most of the things that I use and or need.... Does this make me a natural girl. I'd like to think so.

What do you ladies think of when the term "those natural girls" are used. Most people tend to think they are vegetarians, who grow and make everything they use from toothpaste to diesel fuel (lmao), pot-smoking, reggae/neo-soul listening chicks. True I love reggae and neo-soul but I am also a HUGE pop music fan and even some rock. Sure I make body cream and hair products but I am not above trying the new product or eating NY strip.

I am just a normal girl who happens to be obsessed with my natural, chemical-free hair.I love the hair GOD gave me and love being as pure, fresh and simple as possible when it comes to eating and hygiene.

So what about you ladies? How do you feel to categorized in the group and what does it mean to you?

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Afro Puff

Its my very first one! Owww. What ya'll think?
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Monday, December 7, 2009

Man Candy

And here is our weekly man candy! So sad because he didn't win the UFC season. He lost to Big Country. Boo. Ah well. Enjoy!
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Sunday, December 6, 2009

Kissably Soft Feet (DIY Pedi)

...okay so maybe nobody's kissing your feet, but they will be soft enough to....

I got the initial pedi procedure from but I tweaked to match what I had on hand. Most of these things were steps that I already take but adding Borax (yes Borax) to the mix was new to me and also the foot mask.

I followed her procedure but I didn't have any flowers and let my feet soak for twenty minutes. I made my scrub using whipping cream, sugar, vanilla and honey. Also I used some Bath and Body Works shea butter because I haven't received my 100% unrefined shea butter yet. I then wrapped feet in the saran wrap (have been doing this for years). I skipped the mask because I didn't have any on hand and I just wanted to work onmy "runner's feet".

I like to do it myself because as I often as I need this done, my pockets won't allow and not to mention I hate the mani/pedi salon as much as a hair salon. I know you are thinking my feet must be horrible, no they are not but to keep them from being horrible I have to pay alot of attention to them. I run about 25-30 miles a week.

I won't sleep in the saran but it has been on about 3 hours and will be about 5 by the time I take it off. My feet felt wonderful before this process and I can't wait until bedtime to check out the finished product.

If anyone tries this let me know how it went and if you tweaked anything or not. Ooowee I have summer feet!!!!