Most of my life my wardrobe consisted of jeans, hoodies and my favorite band tees. A dress was unheard of, I didn’t do much with my hair (although I still don’t) and my makeup was done when I felt like it. I thought I was “happy enough” and always enjoyed kind of blending into my surroundings.
I secretly admired some of my more stylish friends and the classy yet edgy style so many of my celebrity girl crushes pulled off. I always kind of assumed it was ridiculous to get “dressed up” to hang around the house, go out to the store or visit a friend – after all who was I trying to impress? Continue reading
Hair; defined as thread like strands that grow from the skin, may seem like an unimportant business for a few, but to a number of individuals, the strands found especially on women’s heads speak volumes. Everyone has their opinion on the message different hairstyles can pass along.
Perhaps because everyone has a different view of the hairdos women (especially) spot. Truth is, the hair style one spots speak volumes. Of course there are bald individuals within the masses, but they too have weaves that when chosen well, can fit them perfectly. After all, there is always something for everyone.
Just like dresses, hair styles are on fashion too. With each day, new Modern Natural Black Hairstyles throng fashion magazines, TV commercials, fashion shows etc. Sometimes it even becomes a problem choosing the right one that suits an individual. This makes it important to know the varieties to make the right choice easier.
Here is a list of the trending black hairstyles:
Long curly hairstyle
Many people consider long hair sexy. With the long locks, hair will definitely look stylish on any black lady, giving her a natural appearance suitable for plenty of occasions. Reference: http://www.betrendsetter.com/hairstyles-for-curly-hair/
Black steel – Women with tough hair love this style because it appears as though light is traveling through a majestic black forest. The hairstyle is a perfect fit for a black woman in her natural existence. Continue reading