As a 5 year curly girl veteran, I’ve encountered hair products and tools that don’t live up to their hype. However, the Black Orchid Diffuser surprisingly accomplished what it promised. Today, I’m here to give you my unfiltered hair diffuser review.
Whether you knew it or not, the big hair trend for 2021 is a la naturale! According to RUSSH.com, this year is all about “fringes, curtain bangs and 70s-style layers. Embracing your natural hair is the mood of the moment.” To inspire your next salon visit, here is my latest haircut for curly hair.
Are you nervous about your first curly hair cut? I know I was when Cathy from Merlins Salon in Manchester, NH, cut and highlighted my curls for the fall season. Hiring a curly stylist for the first time can be stressful. However, I have learned that when you trust them, they can do wonders with your hair!
UPDATED: 12/02/2020 with new photos! Click the link to scroll to the bottom.
September. The month we all begin to dream about pumpkin spice, hot cider, warm color palettes and leaf peeping. While I love this month for all those reasons, I am excited to start this season with my new curly hairstyle with highlights!
Update on 5/15/2020 – It’s been exactly two years and I am still enjoying a single scoop of collagen peptides with my organic coffee each morning. My skin and nails are as healthy as can be! I have a confession to make…I hopped on the collagen peptide train! It’s not usually my thing to follow trends as they come and go. I am more of a traditionalist. However, my sister-in-law posted about this health conscious trend and I was intrigued. The supplement brand I am trying is Sports Research Pure Hydrolyzed Collagen Peptides. I purchased via Amazon because I like to read reviews. This one currently has over 3,000 with a 4.5 star rating! It is paleo friendly, GMO tested, KETO certified, manufactured in a GMP facility, grass-fed and pasture-raised and gluten free. The container states that results may be seen within 30 to 60 days. This is a commitment, people!With…
Updated on 5/12/2020. Do you have a curly girl friend, wife or family member? I have put together the perfect gift guide for all the curl friends in your life. For all my budget friendly readers, all the curly hair accessories and products are under $25 (some prices vary throughout the year)! If you have a friend struggling to love their natural hair or just starting the curly girl method, any of these gifts will be a welcome addition. Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links, which means I earn a commission (at no extra cost to you) if you purchase from them. Thanks for supporting the free content on this site! 1. yoga headband 2. microfiber hair towel 3. wide tooth detangling hair comb 4. fine mist airless spray bottle 5. puffcuff 6. root clips for curly hair 7. invisibobble kink proof curls 8. deep conditioning heat cap 9. collapsible universal hair dryer diffuser 10. scalp massage brush 11. travel hair…
If there is one thing I have learned as a curly girl, travel is not always my friend.
November 7th, folks. We are already one week into the holiday season. I feel as if we are in a race to finish 2019 and I’m slamming on the brakes to slow it all down. Anyone else feel that way too? In an effort to get ahead, I took our family portraits last weekend. Let me define the term family for you…my husband and I. ha ha! I design our Christmas cards each year and I like to be ready for the print sales. Thank goodness I did, because the next day I received an email marketing campaign with 25% off! When I was searching for couples poses, outfit inspiration and curly hairstyles for our Christmas card portraits, I was disappointed by the lack of results. For instance, type in “curly hair couples portrait” or “curly hairstyle for portraits” in Pinterest search. You may find headshots of naturally curly women,…
With so many curly hair products on the market, which ones do you invest your time and money in? I have been on this natural hair journey for two years now and I am still learning.
If you read my most recent blog post (Number One Tip For Better Curls: It’s All About the Cut),