When I first went natural, I thought my TWA was the worst thing in the world. I only rocked protective hairstyles in hopes of growing out my hair. Instead, using protective hair styles turned out to be the easiest way to neglect my hair. After realizing the damage, I finally gained some courage to rock my TWA. See also: Protective Styling Crutch Own your teenie
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There’s been a lot of debate regarding what “defines” a wash and go. There isn’t a “one size fits all” method to achieving a wash and go, and if you want super defined coils, you may not be able to literally wash your hair and head out the door. In this video, askpRoy shows us how she defines her TWA, which requires more than washing
The Big Chop has been a popular subject to me since I first became interested in going natural back in 2009. YouTube was just beginning to become a place where women shared hair tutorials and their own experiences with natural hair. To be honest with you, I had no idea what “natural hair” was. It was foreign, but eye-opening, the idea of not getting relaxers anymore- something
The TWA life has the benefit of being pretty low maintenance once you get into the swing of things, but there is usually one problem: style options. Especially if you are not use to having shorter hair you may be at your wits end figuring out what to do it with when you want to change things up. Trust me I know how it is
What’s your TWA story? I moved to Australia a few years ago and there were no hair salons that could do my hair. (There were only a hand full of black people). This was frustrating because I was use to going to the salon to get my relaxer. I had no clue what to do with my hair. I wanted to go natural but my