[VIDEO] My Hair Story with Yellow Sisi

March 25, 2017

I don’t know about you but I like hearing about different hair journeys. Lumo Naturals started a series on their YouTube channel where various women share details about their natural hair. According to them, My Hair Story focuses on women with natural hair. It seeks to unravel the mystery behind African women and their hair. Each episode will focus on an individual telling the story of her hair. The show is…


[VIDEO] Three Super Easy Hairstyles from Sheila Ndinda

February 17, 2017

Sheila Ndinda is a hair and beauty blogger/vlogger from Kenya. She has beautiful natural hair and she knows how to style it to accentuate her best features. I really enjoy her Instagram and YouTube channel. I go there for style inspiration since my hair is about the same length as hers. Here are two videos showing some simple hairstyles that we can try.   Planning to try it out? Let…


5 valuable lessons from my 18-month transition to natural hair

January 17, 2017

In November 2016, I concluded my 18-month transition to natural hair. It wasn’t the easiest process but I’m glad I went through it. You can check out my big chop in the video below. With various journeys, we learn so much along the way. I would like to share some valuable lessons from my transition. (1) Do it at your own pace When I decided to go natural, I knew…


(eBunite) My Natural Hair is THREE!

January 11, 2017

YASS! You heard right!     It’s been an eventful year hair wise and I can’t wait to share it with you but first see my first and second-year nappiversary and also my natural hair journey in pictures.     I finally opened an Instagram account for my hair. I took a clue from one of my blogger friends to explore all of my interests so this was me exploring natural hair…


[RECAP] KLS Intensive Natural Hair Training

December 13, 2016

Last week, Kemi Lewis of KLS Naturals held her intensive natural hair training. The idea was to train upcoming natural hair stylists and salon owners who want to increase their skill set. For three days, she took them through red carpet updos, amino acid treatment and transitioning to natural hair. Of course, again I got to be the model for the demos. The second model didn’t show up so I…


5 Reasons Why You Should Attend A Hair Meet up

June 26, 2016

For the past couple of years now, I’ve been attending meet-ups. Although, more than half the time, I’m working – volunteering so I never really get to enjoy the actual benefits of the meet-ups. Notwithstanding, I try to go early enough – just about the time the vendors arrive – so I can get everything I need before the attendees troop in. Natural Nigerian as well as other emerging brands…


Styling Adventures: Loose Twists

May 17, 2016

I’ve been wearing loose twists now for the past two to three months and it has been awesome. The perfect protective style for this unbearable heat.  As the name implies, loose twists are just  two-strand twists twisted loosely. Best thing? It gives the illusion of locs. If I had a dollar for everytime I got asked if it was my hair, I would be able to buy a Shea Moisture product….


Capital Naturals 4 is around the corner!

April 5, 2016

This is for all the Abuja folks! Natural Nigerian, Deep Brown & Kinks, Bibi Naturals bring you the 4th edition of the Capital’s very own natural hair meet-up! Clear up your calendars for the 14th of May and be sure to have a great time! Contact nn@naturalnigerian.com or refer to the poster for details, enquiries or sponsorship. If you do attend this event, make sure to send us your updates,…


Events: Naturals in the City 14

March 7, 2016

Hello ladies, Natural Nigerian is back again with yet another amazing meet-up. Don’t you just love their posters? This edition of Lagos’ quarterly meet-up is just around the corner. You know just what to do – get your calendars out and save the date! Quite a good start to the month of March… There you have it ladies… Save the date and make sure to have a swell time!


5 other tools you might need for your natural hair

January 29, 2016

I know we all probably have our staple tools – the hair clamps, shower caps and whatnot but some of us still have one or two extra tools that make managing natural hair a cakewalk. The best thing about some of these tools is that they can be found in our pantries. No need buying special ones for your natural hair. Well, except if you’re like me. 1. Cling film Before…