Sola of DiscoveringNatural.com, natural hair blogger, and Youtube content creator, shares with us her personal natural hair story, of going completely relaxer-free, her current natural hair style and haircare tips.
How did it all start?
When my oldest daughter was 4 years old, I relaxed her hair due to listening to bad advice about caring for her hair. I decided to transition her 2 years after that and during that time, I decided to transition myself. I have been relaxed since I was 13, so I was excited to take on this journey.
What is your hair texture and when did you begin to love it?
My hair texture is kinky, coily, curly. I have multiple textures by more on the coily side. I started loving my hair when I saw my natural hair growing underneath the relaxed ends. I was in love with all the amazing and magical things my hair can do.
How did you begin rocking your current hair style & what hair trend are you currently loving?
I started off in medium size twists and wore that for a few days and then wore my hair in twist out. I don’t follow hair trends but I do like the braids with beads styles.
A few hair tips & tricks you’d like to share and what do you think about going natural?
Doing rope twists give you the best twistout. When you find a product that works for it, look for multiple ways of using it.
Going natural has been a wonderful life changing experience for me. It is not a fad or trend to me but a lifestyle.
Here’s Sola’s latest Twist Out on Natural Hair video tutorial:
Sola is the founder of DiscoveringNatural website, and runs Youtube channel (DiscoveringNatural) and vlog with her daughters, who do their own videos. She is an advocate for natural hair care for kids and adults. She can be found on all social media outlets @DiscoveringNatural. When she is not being a naturalista, you can find her being a mom and sharing life experiences on DNVlogsLife channel.
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