Shit I found one yes!
This needs WAY more notes.
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This winter I’m trying out a lot more protective styles then last year. Part of it has to do with the fact that I have less time to pamper my hair the way I would like but its still very important to me that my hair is healthy.
So with that being said, I decided to try the Crochet Marley Twist look. For starters, I did not expect it to be such a long process. It pretty much took the whole day for a friend to do it. She did my cornrows the day before and came over the next day Saturday afternoon to crochet the Marley hair then twist it. I went through a lot of hair, I believe it was 6 packs and a half of Marley hair cut in half. Luckily a lot of it was the hair I reused from my prior Marley twists.
What I liked about having Marley twists crocheted into my hair is that I was able to untwist them and rock a whole different look, my fro was major and I had fun with it. But I wouldn’t have gone to the movies with it, it wouldn’t have been fair to the person sitting behind me. What I didn’t like about the look was the fact that the only way you can wear it is down. Because otherwise you can see where the twists are crocheted into my cornrows. But over all I enjoyed the look very much, I’m not sure I’d do it again only because I can’t sacrifice an entire Saturday on just doing my hair.
This is the Crochet Twists and how it looked when I untwisted the hair:
Solange for Complex Magazine June/July 2013
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Sexy as hell….
12 Years A Slave” Premiere - Arrivals - 2013 Toronto International Film Festival ( 6 September 2013)
Oh my god. Tumblr is taking a moment to post about somebody other than Cumberbatch & Hiddleston.
She fine as hell.
Getting real sick and tired of African women and their perfect fucking faces
By: Maya Antoinique
Solange Knowles, Corinne Bailey Rae, Esperanza Spalding and the Les Nubians show you just how to embrace your naturalism. The new style magazine called “T” by New York Timesfeatures these ladies rocking their fro’s in hot evening gowns.