My name is Damilola Marcus, I’m an art director, architect, writer and lover of positive energy. My hair is predominantly 4b and I have some 4a at the back. I have low porosity hair, thick strands and medium density hair.
Beautiful Ellen is our Curl Inspiration of the month!
Hi I’m Ellen, a Nigerian. I’m a Nurse, a natural hair Enthusiast. I bake and cook too 😄. I have a natural hair and beauty channel on BBM and YouTube and also a Blog, I provide lots of hairstyling tutorials, hair treatments and talk about products, hair care, tips for healthy natural hair, etc and also share my food recipes. My hair type is 4C
How have you been? Hope you missed me as much as I missed you. Have you read my BellaNaija interview ? I’m still so excited.
Anyways, I’m back with some 4c hair inspiration for y’all. Enjoy!!!
1. Chunky Twist Out!!!
I achieved this Twist out with Shea butter only. You see why I say Shea butter is a miracle worker???
Hi, I’m Ese ( pronounced like the English ESSAY, without the AY drag but with a short E. get it?). It means Gift in Urhobo, a language of the Delta people from the Southern part of Nigeria.
Beautiful Olajumoke is our Curl Inspiration of the month!
My name is Olajumoke. I’m a medical student. I have a type 4b hair.
Does your hair have a name you call it?
Hi everyone my name is Zode. I’ve been natural for about 4 years. I have 4b/4c hair. I don’t know when exactly because when I started transitioning I didn’t know that was what I was doing. I stopped adding relaxers to my hair sometime in 2012 because my mum thought(which was actually true) that my hair wasn’t growing properly-the rate at which it was breaking was more than the rate at which it was growing. This was because my school had a rule then that I had to make a new hairstyle every week. The hairdresser I was using didn’t treat my hair well also, so my hair was becoming really short. My mum then decided that I wouldn’t use relaxers anymore (I wasn’t happy about it..at all)