4 Tips for Wedding Fashion Etiquette

It’s wedding season and that means cute hair and cute outfits! You ALWAYS want to look your best when it comes to a wedding. If you’re single….let’s just say the possibilities are endless! All jokes aside, looking your best should always be the goal. Let’s explore a few ways you can achieve your best hair and style all wedding season long.  Keep your hair moisturized: It’s important to make sure your waves, kinks and curls don’t appear to look dry and crunchy. Outdoor weddings are especially dangerous due to the sun’s UV rays. I like to use Thirsty Curls or Midnite Train to retain the moisture in my hair while outside. Read More

5 Steps To Maintain Moisture While Styling

Ladies, I’m sure you can relate to this scenario. You’ve just put the finishing touches on your fresh bantu knot out or perfectly defined twist out. You go about your day as usual and get tons of compliments on your curls. You’re kinda feelin’ yourself, right? However, when you get home and actually feel your hair, you realize it’s drier than the heels of your granddaddy’s feet. Ughhhh! So, the question is, ladies: how can we maintain a beautifully defined style without sucking all of the moisture out of our strands simultaneously? Here are a few tips to help you Read More

6 Easy Back-to-School Styles for Curly Girls

School is here for some and just around the corner for others. Whether you’re styling your daughter’s hair or you’re at the stage of styling your own look for school, we have 6 easy styles to help take the stress away from your first week of school using bantu knots! Day 1: The bantu knot-out. To achieve a great bantu knot, spray your dry, stretched hair with Midnite Train Leave-in Conditioner. Twist your hair with Good Hair Conditioning Style Crème. For each twist, tightly wrap the twist into a bantu knot. Let this set overnight. (Note: creating twists and knots in Read More