The latest edition of Naturally Happy Hair is out. Below is the article I wrote for this edition. If you have any issues subscribing please contact Naturally Happy Hair directly. I contribute towards the magazine's content but I have no insight into their daily operations.
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Naturally Happy Hair launched their fall issue in October with a marvellous spread on the popular natural chica.
You can get your copy of this edition for the price of just one cafe latte at naturallyhappyhair.com. It's a very worthwhile magazine and in my opinion the best print magazine currently available discussing issues relevant to natural hair. Happy reading!
Online magazine Conscious Vibes liked my piece on how to identify the proteins found in hair products so they included it in their October issue. Check the magazine out, it's FREE!
The Summer Edition of Naturally Happy Hair magazine is out! I contributed to this one and you can read it alongside some other great articles at NaturallyHappyHair.com. Here are the first few lines of my article...
"I'll be the first to admit that holidays were a little simpler when my hair was relaxed. Now that I'm natural and only apply products that won't hurt my hair some pre-planning comes in useful. Here are the considerations for a natural haired girl:
1. Convenience. Do you want to have a break from hair management too?
2. Weather. What will the weather be like?
3. Activities. Will you be swimming and therefore immersing your hair in salty or chlorinated water regularly?
4. Products. How much and what should you take?!"
It's such a fun magazine and a great resource for naturals.
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By Heather Katsonga-Woodward
I was a natural hair blogger and mixtress living between London & Chicago from 2012 to 2017. I always thought I was 4C but some say 4B; images below - you decide! Heather xx