Going natural

and maintaining natural afro-textured hair can sometimes be daunting, but it does not have to be that way. This guide is set out to point you in the right direction, fast! So you can go from struggles with your hair to some serious bliss (well we’re hoping that’s what will happen).

Read through the 10 points of beauty (our manifesto) that will guide our hair journeys, and visit the sub sections on porosity and pH balance, hair types and basic washing and moisture regimes. I even link you to the most helpful posts for getting started.

Whether you’re just starting out, or you’ve been at this for some time, this guide is tailored for it all. Enjoy

Natural Hair Is Awesome!


manifesto |manɪˈfɛstəʊ|

noun ( pl. manifestos )

a public declaration of policy and aims, especially one issued before an election by a political party or candidate.

ORIGIN mid 17th cent.: from Italian, from manifestare, from Latin, ‘make public’, from manifestus ‘obvious’

The Afroniquely You natural’s manifesto refers to the guidelines and aims by which we as natural’s will govern our journey. A public road-block if you will of the top 10 expectations and do’s and don’ts as a natural!



A lot of us probably haven’t even thought about hair types or even know what I am referring to..Well before I became natural I had no idea what it was either. I would read articles and people would say “I have 3b hair” or “what do you use for 4b hair?” and while reading those articles blank expressions would be on my face. I was clueless. Well I’d like to take this time to share with you the world of Hair Typing.


Hang tight lovely!


explore-blogpostsPlease feel free to use the links below as a guide for finding just what you need, when you need it! I am always open to suggestions too, so feel free to share!

please bare with me as this list is being updated and fixed to better suit you