What’s your TWA story? I decided to go natural in 2011 after moving to Chicago to attend graduate school and seeing so many women embrace their crowns around the city. Though I was born in Denver, I grew up in South Carolina since age 5 and never really saw women embracing their curls in the south. Instead, I often saw that weave, wigs & perms
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
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
What’s your TWA story? I decided not to perm my hair anymore and just went for it. I don’t really have a story. Lol I always had long hair but I didn’t mind adjusting and starting over with my natural hair. How do you typically maintain your TWA on a daily basis? Well I don’t do much of anything to it really. My hair is
What’s your TWA story? I don’t think I really have a story. I rocked a shaved head for about 5 years, then one day I decided to grow my hair out. I was inspired by all of the versatility I saw on the interwebs. I kept shaving the sides when I first started, but over the summer decided to let them be great and flourish.