I owe y’all an update on my edges. I’ll get to it. Spoiler: Jamaican black castor oil is the truth. Pictures coming soon!

- Brianna

NHDC♥ 10K Giveaway Ft. Heaven Sigh & Pure Form Cosmetics

naturalhairdontcare:

I am partnering with Heaven Sigh and Pure Form Cosmetics to do a giveaway for reaching the 10k follower mark on Natural Hair, Don’t Care♥!

I am so grateful more than 10, 000 people follow my blog and are interested in the content I post and I want to thank you guys for your support. I wish I could send everyone a token of my gratitude, but unfortunately I cannot.

So, this giveaway will have two winners!

The winner will receive a t-shirt of your choice from Heaven Sigh AND a full size (12 oz.) Hydrating Coconut Hair Milk from Pure Form Cosmetics in either Tropical Breeze or Jasmine, Orange, Patchouli.

The runner up will receive a 4oz. Whipped Butter Crème from Pure Form Cosmetics in Honey Vanilla Dust, Brown Sugar & Fig, or unscented.

TO ENTER THIS GIVEAWAY, YOU MUST:

1)      Be following Natural Hair, Don’t Care♥ here on tumblr

2)      Follow Heaven Sigh on Instagram @heavensigh

3)      Follow Pure Form Cosmetics on facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/pureformcosmetics

4)      Reblog this post

The winner and runner up will both be randomly generated by http://www.random.org/. This giveaway will close for entries on Friday, August 29, 2014 at 12pm EST.

Good luck! 

NHDC♥ 10K Giveaway Ft. Heaven Sigh & Pure Form Cosmetics

I am partnering with Heaven Sigh and Pure Form Cosmetics to do a giveaway for reaching the 10k follower mark on Natural Hair, Don’t Care♥!

I am so grateful more than 10, 000 people follow my blog and are interested in the content I post and I want to thank you guys for your support. I wish I could send everyone a token of my gratitude, but unfortunately I cannot.

So, this giveaway will have two winners!

The winner will receive a t-shirt of your choice from Heaven Sigh AND a full size (12 oz.) Hydrating Coconut Hair Milk from Pure Form Cosmetics in either Tropical Breeze or Jasmine, Orange, Patchouli.

The runner up will receive a 4oz. Whipped Butter Crème from Pure Form Cosmetics in Honey Vanilla Dust, Brown Sugar & Fig, or unscented.

TO ENTER THIS GIVEAWAY, YOU MUST:

1)      Be following Natural Hair, Don’t Care♥ here on tumblr

2)      Follow Heaven Sigh on Instagram @heavensigh

3)      Follow Pure Form Cosmetics on facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/pureformcosmetics

4)      Reblog this post

The winner and runner up will both be randomly generated by http://www.random.org/. This giveaway will close for entries on Friday, August 29, 2014 at 12pm EST.

Good luck! 

Anonymous asked:

hi! I'm going back to school soon and my mom wants me to braid my hair. I don't want to, but whenever I relax/texturize my hair it always gets messy in a few weeks (and I can't go out and fix it since it's a boarding school). Are they any easily manageable, non-braiding, non-weaving hairstyles that you could suggest?? If not, then are there any tips on managing relaxed hair that you could offer? Don't mean to bother you :3

Hello.

First off, I’d like to preface my response by saying that I am neither a relaxed or natural hair expert, however I do have more experience with natural hair. I was relaxed for just a few years and that was over 6 years ago now.

With that being said, if your boarding school is in an area where there is no one to do your hair in its relaxed state or to install braids or a weave, then I suggest you learn how to manage your own hair. If your relaxed or texturized hair gets “messy” a few weeks after you process it, learn how to do your own touch ups or how to manage your hair until the next process. Managing hair that is in a transition-like state, hair that has a good amount of new growth but it still majority relaxed, will be challenging regardless. 

The only non-braiding, non-weaved hairstyles that I can think of that will likely be easy for you to manage while your new growth is coming is, is 1) bantu knots, 2) a goddess braid or 3) a low or high bun. I’m sure there are more, but those are the ones that come to mind.

If caring for your relaxed or texturized hair is too much of a burden and you can’t manage that on your own, considering making the transition to natural hair. I’m not implying that that will be any easier, but you can definitely do more with your hair in its natural state.

Hope this helps!