Rochelle // Natural Hair Style Icon
Where do you live? R: I live in Florida. I'm an entrepreneur and senior undergraduate student getting my degree in Business Marketing. Why did you go natural? R: I was soooo bored with relaxed hair…
Reshonda // Natural Hair Style Icon
Introduce yourself. R: I live in Columbus GA, but was born in Ft. Huachuca, AZ. I am reppin for all the naturals of GA lol. I am a stay-at-home mom to 3 beautiful children that are my pride and joy…
35 Bombass Ways To Style Your Bodacious Box Braids
Beyonce, Zoe Kravitz, Keke Palmer...what do all these gorgeous black women have in common? They have all rocked box braids at some point in their lives! And why wouldn’t they?
27 Photos of the Overwhelming Black Woman Beauty at the AfroPunk Festival
Since the annual AfroPunk Festival wrapped up in Brooklyn on August 23 there have been hundreds of photos circulating on social media of the strikingly beautiful attendees. Women of all shades of b…
The Best Outfits To Wear To Any New Years Eve Party
From obnoxious furs to dresses that glisten, here are a few outfits that are best to wear to any New Year's Eve party.
What Products Can I Use to Maintain My Box Braids? | Un-ruly
Atlanta-based hairstylist X.O answers your crucial hair concerns. Remember, if you have questions for our experts you can submit them on our submissions page.
Fulani Braids (Braids With Beads), Everything You Need to Know | Un-ruly
Fulani Braids vs Alicia Keys Braids vs Braids with Beads This look is essentially braids with beads, but the braid patterns used are inspired by the Fulani people–a primarily Muslim, traditionally pastoral ethnic group in Africa that’s scattered throughout West Africa and parts of East Africa. Alicia Keys sported this style of braids when she made her music debut in 2001 with the award-winning song Fallin’.