Who said short hair isn't cute?
Name: Miss Spence
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Hair Type: 4c
How long have you been natural?:
I have been natural for 4 months.
Why did you go natural?:
I went natural to commit to my self-beauty. I often felt
lost with my relaxed hair--like I almost didn't know who I was. Returning back
to natural has redefined myself as the beautiful black woman I was born to be, that
God made me, as he has made us all beautiful in our own way. I also wish to
inspire those who are lost and wish to commit to their natural self!
A short regimen you can share:
I two strand twist my hair every night using Beautiful
Textures Curl Control Defining Pudding. Every morning, I refresh my twist with
my homemade shea butter and EVOO/Castor Oil/Rosemary-Peppermint oil mixture.
When I untwist ,I feel like a natural beauty!
What are some of your favorite products?:
Beautiful Texture Curling Pudding is definitely my favorite.
I also love Shea Moisture's Shine and Hold Mist, as it aids me in holding my
twist out styles.
What are some of your favorite styles?:
Twist Out/ Braid Outs
What is your most favorite and least thing about being
My most favorite thing about being natural is the ability to
stand out and turning heads. There is not ONE THING I dislike about being
What is one piece of advice that all women should have
(pertaining to confidence)?:
Confidence comes from the inner self. Confidence is also a
tool us women can use against others that don't believe in you or is having
difficulty understanding your hair and why you wish to be different. However,
if you have confidence and pride in yourself that you are beautiful, people
will also thing the same! It all depends on how you carry yourself.
What natural hair bloggers/vloggers inspire you?:
Classy Curlies is my #1 blogger that inspires me. I am
rather new to blogging. (Aww thanks girl!)
Do you have any advice on going natural?:
Always remember that natural is beautiful. Everyone's is.
However, in order for people to believe in you, you must first believe in
yourself. I would like to share this quote: "I don't understand why people
say natural hair isn't for everyone. Its attached to your head! It can’t get
more "for you" than that. Courage is the power to ignore the