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

How to prevent longterm Braidsingles destroying your hair| Tips towards Knot-free & hairline stability

  Hey loves! I am back again, its been a long time since I talked to you Ladies. Today I thought I could just share something with you and  keep it real and address the fact that  there  are those days that I don't have time for my hair, but hair health is still my … Continue reading How to prevent longterm Braidsingles destroying your hair| Tips towards Knot-free & hairline stability

Natural hair pride: A sneak-peak into Illah’s Natural Hair Care & Story

Illah  is a natural hair beauty based in Tonota Town in Botswana. She first big chopped in March 2015 and started caring for her hair in a natural state.   I got tired of straight hair and retouching my hair often and I spent more out of my budget. My motivation to go natural was … Continue reading Natural hair pride: A sneak-peak into Illah’s Natural Hair Care & Story

Going natural in Botswana|Natural haircare series|Deep conditioning

WELCOME Tsokung Naturals! Hey naturals! I hope you have been having a great time taking care of those kinks, coils and curls! I am back with our going natural in Sub-Saharan Africa/Botswana, let us talk about the pros and cons step by step on this series. On the last post , we talked about how … Continue reading Going natural in Botswana|Natural haircare series|Deep conditioning