I’ve been natural since 2003. I’ve done two big-chops, I fell off the wagon and into the creamy crack for a few months and transitioned out. There are many phases and situations that you will face if you’re a beginner. I hope to provide you with useful information along the way to make the transition easier and help you fall in love with your natural hair. I won’t lie to you, there will be some rough days, but there’s always an answer if you don’t mind asking the question. I went natural without all of the trendy terminology and jargon so pardon me if I don’t always classify curls (which you’ll find isn’t as helpful as intended). Co-washing and pre-poo aren’t words that you’ll find here often. I attended professional hair school and worked in the industry and I intend to tell you what I know to be true through experience in my own hair as well as those who have sought my assistance along the journey. Beyond the tips and tricks I have started a new series called “Nappy Out Loud”. This is a collection of stories surrounding self-assurance in having natural hair in a world that still doesn’t understand what that means. These stories are meant to entertain and empower and they can be found in the Journey category.

COMMENT OFTEN & CHALLENGE MY FINDINGS! That’s the only way that we can grow in knowledge. Think . Enjoy!


~Margaret Ellen


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  1. Hi there, if you’re interested, I would like to see if you would want to include your blog in a natural hair blog directory so that we can spread the word about your blog! If so, visit naturalhairblogdirectory.com and fill out the profile application. We do this to provide an organized way for naturals to find your blog in the directory!

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