I’ve recently become fascinated with the world of headwraping. I have no idea why I was never drawn to this style before but lately I have been adoring the difference a standard scarf can make!
I’ve mainly been embracing this look on wash days. I will wash my hair, moisturizer it, twist it, put on a satan scarf or bonnet and get wrapped up! I’m able to look really chic for the day just by taking a simple scarf from my wardrobe and wrapping it around my hair.
As for how I do the wraps, honestly, I make it up as I go along, lol. Here are a few different looks I’ve come up with. Not bad huh?
This past weekend I had the pleasure of attending an event hosted by Its My Hair Magazine honoring several black women in publication. As a black woman in publication myself I wanted to come out to support these lovely ladies and their accomplishments. Click here to see the beautiful honorees.
It was wonderful seeing these hard working and talented women accept their awards. But, most of all it was great seeing black woman support other black women.
As for my look of the evening, well, here are some pics!
This purple infinity dress went perfect with my baby bump ❤
My hair of the evening was a combination of two dramatic chunky flat twists. I really wanted to give my face some length as its started to fill out from the baby weight. This look helped accomplish that.
I really enjoyed this look for the night.
Lastly, I had the opportunity to meet some amazing ladies at this event, some of which were honorees. I’m so excited about this becoming an annual celebration and opportunity to recognize black women in publication.
The beautiful host of Its My a Hair a Magazine Selena:
The stunning I’sha of HoneBeNatural Magazine
The lovely Nickecia of Black Girl Fly Mag
Last week I took a trip to DSW and came across these super cute VANELi flats. They are full of color and extremely comfortable. Plus, they were 30% off. Talk about a win win win! I’m excited to pair these beauties up this spring.
Good Morning loves!
I’ve been out of commission for a bit because I’ve been under the weather but I’m trying to work my way back into some normalcy! Today I’m wearing this retro hairstyle paired with a mens Claiborne button down and a charcole blazer both thrifted from the Good Will. I am absolutely in love with this look. What do you think?
Today I’ve got a haul on some great ear cuffs I got from Claire’s!! Check it out below.
2014 was definitely a year of natural hair creativity for me. From my highlights in February to my undercut in October I had so much fun with my tresses! Challenging myself to come up with unique styles virtually every day was tough but rewarding. It allowed me the opportunity to inspire other naturalistas. Those looks also landed me features on CurlyNiki, Curlbox, Essence.com and tons of Natural Hair social media sites like @naturalhairdaily, @protectivestyles, @naturalhairdoescare, @myhaircrush and @naturalhairmag
2014 was definitely a great year for my hair journey. Here are some of my favorite looks from the year.
The only thing more exciting was the launch of Curly Christians, the blog where Christ, curls and fashion collide. I am so blessed to have found a big part of my purpose in this amazing blog this year. As the Editor-In-Chief I pull two mega industries I adore and my passion for Jesus Christ together onto a platform that is inspiring thousands every day! God is so awesome. I can’t wait to see what incredible things 2015 will bring. One things fore sure, I’m ready!
Here’s a quick post on my casual look from Sunday. I wanted to keep the hair simple so I opted for a beanie. I pulled some of the hair out front and created a high pompadour and achieved this unique look.