HAIR-NVY : NATURAL HAIR I LOVE !!!

Before I went back to natural I spent hours looking at pictures of beautiful natural hair, and I haven't stopped! I still spend days looking at gorgeous natural hair and wishing I could yank it off my computer and place on mine...today is one of those days and I'd like to you share my envy... Fine girl na fine girl, no agaracha; you don't need "human hair" Brazilian, Peruvian, Mongolian, Australian, Morrocan...whatever kind of hair to be beautiful, just grow your own hair and I hope these ladies inspire you! 




Ps. If you know any Nigerian who has Natural  Hair and has a Blog, please leave the information in the comments section! Thank you!

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  1. They all look so gorgeous,in love with cyn's hair...Im transitioning to natural...lets see how it goes.

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  2. Hattylola @ www.africanaturalistas.com. She even has a free ebook on natural hair myths!
    Natural Nigerian @ http://naturalnigerian.com. You will love her length...and her blog.
    Long hair care forum @ http://www.longhaircareforum.com/. So it's not Nigerian but you will love the ton of resources and length checks, product reviews...etc among members.

    Others might be able to help you with more info. BTW those pics are flaming hot! *stares at my iya oshogbo edges*

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    1. Here's more: Chinwe of Healthy Hair and body @ http://hairandhealth.blogspot.com/
      The Kink and I @ thekinkandi.wordpress.com - Just found out about her
      Jo & Eva @ http://growafricanhairlong.blogspot.com/ - Kenyan sisters with beautiful hurr! *wink*
      Black Girl Long Hair @ http://blackgirllonghair.com - Lovely curation of natural hair videos, products, blogs, etc.

      They aren't all Nigerians, I know, but I thought I'd share with you since maintaining my natural hair is my side project for now lol. Cheers!

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  3. lol.. i am carryin my natural hair right now oo.. d reason me i dnt lik it is bcoz it is so full, nd my hair no dey gree slip na so d tin go stand gidigba lik winch.. i av tried all type of relaxer i jus stik to dark nd lovely afta 2 days of relaxin it up again.. i wee nw b lookin lik teacher oko.. lol

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    1. You should try to braid it at night before sleeping. Like maybe four big braids then tie with scarf to press it down. I understand the struggle dear

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  4. thepinkjoy.com
    berrydakara.blogspot.com

    I'm a naturalista too but I don't talk about it much on my blog

    ETA - I had a LOT of trouble with this commenting widget so pardon me if there are multiple entries

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    1. Thank you! I will check up on the widget..

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  5. All these pictures actually make me feel like sh!t, excuse my language, but i dey vex. I dey vex well well, 2 years don pass since I became natural, but my hair has not even grown past five inches. I even thinking of retouching it self.

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    1. Are you moisturizing it? moisture is the key. You have to braid it and stuff, put products that will not dry it out and use shampoo that is sufate free

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  6. Natural hair is hard woooork!! Sigh... Beautiful pictures, beautiful people

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  7. Love this post. Love my natural hair and love wearing wigs to protect it.

    www.myHairmyBeautyNigeria.com

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  8. Sisi...Beautiful Pictures!!! What photo editing software do you use o...please share? ;-).
    PS
    Permission to use these photos on our blog?

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  9. Kemi of klsnaturals.com. She's Nigerian and owns a natural hair salon located on Ikorodu Crescent at Dolphin Estate.

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  10. my hair is almost the exact same thing as the 4th picture.

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  11. my hair is almost exactly the 4th picture.
    except that mine is a bit longer

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  12. the beauty of natural hair is just something else.
    it took my a while to admire and appreciate our hair in its natural state.

    ezechimereuchenna.blogspot.com

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  13. lovely pics. I am just starting my journey and my is my hair full or what. It gets too difficult to handle dou

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    1. I'm learning to manage mine, its mostly in braids. Thank you for all the responses!

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  14. naturalnigerian.com

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  15. Beautiful pictures. Favs are the 6th, 7th, 8th & 9th.

    www.berrydakara.blogspot.com
    www.africanaturalistas.com
    www.naturalnigerian.com

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  16. I like this post. Natural Hair is beautiful, people need to know.
    I do have a blog (still new but I'm getting there).

    www.thelifeofbey.wordpress.com

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  17. Thenaturalnigerian.wordpress.com She's a newbie but very much down to earth

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  18. Kindly place order for your unrefined shea butter premium grade, organic cocoa butter, pure coconut oil, sweet almond oil, organic hair booster etc. Badeji01@yahoo.com

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  19. I love checking out new nigerian blogs, especially because i've just relocated to lagos and finding cheap products is hard! I'll definitely be looking some of those up.

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  21. Hello,Nice Hair Style, I just wanted to say that I really enjoyed your site and this post. You make some very informative points.Keep up the great work!

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  22. I pray that Natural hair in Nigeria is not just a trend that women will get over. it will pain me to d marrow.

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  23. how nice. want to go natural too *puppy dog eyes*. nice post!

    afrozhair.blogspot.com

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  24. Years later and the pics aren't out of style.
    AfroMissie

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