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Knotty by Nature

A blog for individuals with or considering natural hair!
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Wait, I Can't Wear my Hair How? Corporate America Edition

The pressure to maintain a professional appearance on a job can become quite the topic of controversy. I’m sure we all have our personal idea of what we consider to be “appropriate attire” for the work place, and so does our employer. With that being said is their an unofficial rulebook of what natural hairstyles are okay to wear to work, or are we allowed to wear our hair anyway we please?

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To Grease or Not Grease? What is your answer?

Recently, there has been a lot controversy over grease/vaseline being used as a moisturizing agent for natural hair. Traditionally grease is used in the African-American community as a moisturinzing agent to oil the scalp. Many Naturalistas have shared there disagreements for the typical usage of grease however, Knotty By Nature Divas such as CurlyNikki have come out of the closet admitting “Yes I still use grease

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Tears Fall for Birmingham Naturalistas

The Birmingham Naturalistas hosted their first official meet up Sunday, August 14, 2011 at the Birmingham Public Library — North Birmingham. The Birmingham Naturalistas, founded by Keisa Sharpe, I Love My Own Hair, co-managed with Marliceia Chavers is a co-ed natural hair support group for individuals who foster a love and passion for natural hair. The mission of Birmingham Naturalistas is to motivate and inspire each individual to embrace the natural you.

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BNB Hula Hoopin for Hair

The Birmingham Natural Beauties, started by Katrina Watson, hosted their monthly meet up at the Wine Loft Tuesday, August 9, 2011. In case you are wondering exactly what the Birmingham Natural Beauties is, it’s a Birmingham based networking & support group for women who are natural, transitioning to natural, or have an interest in becoming natural. The group is exclusively for women, however, men are more than welcome to come out and fellowship as well.

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