The simple, low manipulation Natural hairstyle for Graduation Ceremonies

Hello hello Natural hair enthusiasts! Your ethnic haircare lady is back with another post. I am very aware that special occasions are very stressful for kinky-coilies like me, we always wonder what we are going to do to look pretty despite our unruly hair of African descent.   If you read my blogs , you … Continue reading The simple, low manipulation Natural hairstyle for Graduation Ceremonies

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Little girls love their natural hair too| Introducing Tsokung lil’ princesses, we adore happy kids

Hello Naturals, If you read my blogs you will know that we have been featuring ladies under Tsokung proud naturals, I have recently asked myself this question, How proud are our school girls of their natural hair ? Well you guessed well because Tsokungwoman is introducing Tsokung lil' Princess, yeah! Get your princess' hair on point and lets … Continue reading Little girls love their natural hair too| Introducing Tsokung lil’ princesses, we adore happy kids

Flawless curls for dinner night-out, on natural hair

  Hey natural hair enthusiasts! This one is to share with you how I achieved these curls! They did not turn out the way I would have loved but I felt like they were still OK. I sectioned my hair and applied my Cantu leave -in deep conditioning treatment. I then parted a side part and … Continue reading Flawless curls for dinner night-out, on natural hair

How to manage African ethnic hair and the comb | Natural hair struggles since childhood

  Hello hello ! Tsokung naturals! Yeah,  I am back  with another natural hair post!  I had a conversation with a friend recently and she was telling me that she keeps her natural hair short because she cannot bear the combing of longer natural hair. So I thought I could share with you all  how I … Continue reading How to manage African ethnic hair and the comb | Natural hair struggles since childhood