**contest time!!!**—now closed! winner: janay!

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UPDATE!! We have a winner!! Thanks to all of you lovelies for entering, this was a tough choosing who should win, as you all really touch my heart strings, lol. But be not dismayed..I’ll be having lots more contests in 2010!!

The Winner: Janay Frank!!!

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Ladies and gents, here it is! Finally the first ever Afroniquely You Contest. This contest is sponsored by CURLS LLC

And up for grabs is Curls Souffle!

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Here’s how you can claim it as your own.

All you have to do is tell me: What do you love about Afroniquely You? Why do you love the blog and continue to read it? The most creative, sincere responses are best to win.

P.s. my most engaged readers (those who read through my postings and leave their feedback on the site-and not only on the popular posts) also increase chances at winning.

The Contest is on from Now (Dec 18) untill Dec 26, 2009.

The Curls Souffle is a part of their new Limited Time Only Peppermint Twist and Curl Package..check it out HERE and get yours

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So start sharing your posts…leave your comment entries here!

Love you all!
Stay blessed and Afroniquely You!

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  1. I would have to say that I love this site because I was not very interested in my natural hair. Ive been natural for almost 2 years and because I was always a “flat and wrap” type of gal I never wore my hair in its true natural state…until I saw this site on facebook! I subscribed as a fan of AfroNiquely You and then started checking out the site to see what info there was. Its because of this site that I have started to take real interest in my hair. The many women that I have seen featured on the site and their inputs have made me excited to try the different styles and products that have been recommended. I am all the way in S Korea right now and it is soooo hard for me to find products for my hair, but reading the articles and the product views, Ive had so many of my military friends reciving shipments of hair care products for me to try while I am over here! Its been great thus far and I cant wait to be stateside so that I can continue to check the site and try to find the best products for my hair for a little cheaper than what I am paying now! :-)

  2. Ever since I did my big BC 14 months I have constantly been referring to this site for KNOWLEDGE! The transition isn't easy when you don't know what to expect and how to maintain your hairtype. It's especially hard when you are the only one amongst your friends who is natural. This webpage is inspiring and full of sooo much knowledge that a person can't go wrong when making the transition.

    You not only provide product reviews, but also various types of styles based on yours and others experience!

    To this day, I am soo happy to be natural and I don't even think about going to the perm!

    Thanks!!

  3. I started visiting this site, because I decided to go natural and asked my “natural” niece where she got her info. Needless to say , she led me here. There was so much informatioin to be absorbed and it never seemed like a product line plug. A number of other sites claim to be THE source of info and all they do is tell you to try their products from this sponsor or don't tell you in detail what to do. Because of Afroniquelyyou, I know that I won't be tempted to perm again and I can truly love me in my natural state.

  4. I love this Blog because it helped me see other people's routines when i had none. I LOVE when you feature other napptural women because it shows me what my hair is capable of and how they got to that point. Also, since i started transitioning the beginning of this year and finally BC'd in the summer this website helped me with cute transitioning styles that made the process so much more fun! This website gave me that little something extra that i was missing from other hair blogs, thanks!

  5. I have been natural for over 10 yrs, but I never grew my hair out. I thought TWA's was the only way to go. But since I have been searching for answers I came upon your blog and I love the way you keep it real with what ever you are discussing about. I would like to thank you for that.
    Keep it AfroNiquely.

  6. I'm almost 23 and have been natural my whole life, before it was even “the thing.” As a result, many of my relatives and friends have made the decision to go natural. When my now husband first met me, my hair was in my signature twist out, and he loved it. As for me, it took a while to gain appreciation for my natural hair. I spent the last year pressing it, growing it out for my wedding. It's been a month since my wedding and I'm trying to transition back. Finding this site helped me to appreciate (again) that my hair is just as beautiful (if not more) in it's natural state as it is when it's pressed. I've also learned of great hair care routines, products, and techniques to bring my hair back. I WISH I knew of co-washing and prepooing years earlier!!! It would have kept me from getting so frustrated with my dry hair! It's only been a month, and I've chopped at least five inches off, but thanks to tips, styles, and others experiences, my natural hair is making it's appearance. I wore a wash and go the other day for the first time in years. My husband took one look at me and smiled and said “ah, she's back.” Thanks Afroniquely you for bringing me back!

  7. I really like this blog because everytime I come on here I see info that is super informative. I am always looking for the next best thing in natural hair care and afroniquely you gives me the tips I need to have the best tresses mane.

  8. As a child, I grew up in a mostly Spanish and White neighborhood so I never liked who I was. I relaxed my hair and abused it to make it look like the white kids, but it never turned out the way it should. Unable to “flip” my hair like the others, I hated my looks and resented my stupid nappy hair. Very recently, i cut it all off and decided to go natural. I didn't really think about it, I just realized that a new style was in order to represent the new me- the me who accepts myself for who I am and what I am. Your blog stood out because all of the tips and tricks on different hair treatments were posted as “suggestions.” It was never the feeling of “this is the only way to make your hair grow” kind of website. Your articles helped me understand that although the texture may be similar, our hair is very different, special and sacred. I love my hair and the part of me it represents… the new happy me and I thank you blog for helping me grow out my hair to be the way God intended it to be.

  9. As a child, I grew up in a mostly Spanish and white neighborhood so I never liked who I was. I relaxed my hair and abused it to make it look like the white kids, but it never turned out the way it should. Unable to “flip” my hair like the others, I hated my looks and resented my stupid nappy hair. Very recently, i cut it all off and decided to go natural. I didn't really think about it, I just realized that a new style was in order to represent the new me- the me who accepts myself for who I am and what I am. Your blog stood out because all of the tips and tricks on different hair treatments were posted as “suggestions.” It was never the feeling of “this is the only way to make your hair grow” kind of website. Your articles helped me understand that although the texture may be similar, our hair is very different, special and sacred. I love my hair and the part of me it represents… the new happy me and I thank you blog for helping me grow out my hair to be the way God intended it to be.

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