I love that spring is near, and I can smell it already! The blooming of flowers, the warmth (kinda) of the sun, and the sound of the many outdoor activities ready to take off on the streets.
This also means less thick coats, and more dresses, AND more colours! And I
Are you ready for 2016? What frame of mind are you in? Are you a go-getter or are you just going with the flow?
For me, I have decided 2016 is going to be all about Him. There is no if or but. No maybes or perhaps. I want my yes to be YES! and my no to be NO! Below is a
Tell me a little about yourself
Hi, my name is Victoria and I am a social entrepreneur. I run an organisation called Iconic Steps, and it is a training and production company, where we train up young people, and we also create contents for organisations.
How long have you been natural?
Shrinkage, I would argue, is THE most annoying thing for afro hair especially for us coily haired (aka 4-type hair) people and dealing with shrinkage is a nightmare. Yet, a better word I would use instead, would be accepting. It’s something we have to embrace fully, completely, even if it
Stop the press! It is the moment most people, well not me, expected to happen. With one the most loved brand in the natural hair movement, Shea Moisture hit British stores last week (put exact date), with a sweet little preview the night before.
The most exciting aspect of this is
For some time now I’ve been going back and forth on the idea of getting dreadlocks. I have tossed the idea around with my friends and family members and have generally received overwhelmingly positive feed. I have seen many of my favourite Youtubers rocks their dreadlocks effortlessly (Shout out to
This is the sixth part in the series of articles on what items to get when you are new to the natural hair journey. The previous part in this series talked about some of the products that you could get early on in your natural hair journey to help you
This is the first part in a series that aims to help you understand your hair more deeply and completely in order to aid you when shopping for and seeking out products, tools and process to take care of your hair. This part will address some of the basic terms
Two weeks ago I was walking in Burnt Oak, in Northwest London with my little sister looking for an African hair salon that had Marley hair extensions. My hair was in a set of two-strand twists and my sister had her hair in faux dreadlocks. My sister and I had
A staple in my hair products is always a gel. I don’t particular use gels, as I do prefer the messy, i-woke-up-like-this look but for those sculpted, definition styles, a gel is vital. I wanted something very specific for my troublesome edges, so purchasing ORS Olive Oil Edge Control was a