When I started GirlWithNoCable I had many goals in mind. I wanted to learn about my kinky hair texture, I wanted to share what I learned, techniques and products that worked. More though, I wanted to inspire black women, those with my hair texture or different, to love themselves, to believe in themselves, and to … More Ageno’s Sweet Things Product Review
Hi Queens! I posted this look on my Instagram (give me a follow at GirlWithNoCable for daily natural hair posts and brown girl inspiration) and asked if you guys would like a tutorial. I unfortunately didn’t film it, but that’s not going to stop me from sharing! I got this pack of hair from…wait for … More Faux Bun and Curly Bang Tutorial
It’s been awhile since my last blog post. The past two months have been crazy! With a big move, learning a different city and meeting new people, it’s been hard getting back into the swing of things…and by things I mean writing and my blog, which I dearly miss. Enough of the ‘pity party’, I’m … More Say Yes to Carrots?
I’ve had the same wash routine since becoming natural a little over two years ago. Recently though I’ve been trying to listen to my hair and give it more of what it needs. I’ve always been consistent with my moisturizing regimen, but I’ve never really focused on the cleansing of my hair. After discovering cowashing … More Updated Wash Routine
*but only because we now say it’s acceptable. I find this article in the recent August issue of Allure magazine extremely ironic because JUST last week I was in the bathroom with a new employee at my job, a young black girl with very short natural hair. She looked at my fro (I just so … More You (Yes, You) Can Have an Afro*
Very often, intentionally or not, natural hair blogs can feed into the hype of hair typing. The blogger raves about whichever newest and latest products claim to ‘define your curls’, ‘eliminate shrinkage’ or ‘loosen your kinks’. And if you’re a new natural (or even just a compulsive buyer) you run right out and pick up … More The Naked Fro
My trouble area has always been my edges. They have notoriously been thin, spars and at one point very bald. Blame it on the years of micro braids, glued weave (ahhh!) and just blatant neglect. Once I decided to go natural, the state of my edges became more and more of an issue. I could … More Edge Control
I’ve been wanting to try oil rinsing for some time now, but just haven’t had to the time to add it to my wash routine. I finally did last week and now I don’t know why it took me so long! If your wash routine is anything like mine you cleanse, condition, rinse, perhaps then … More Oh Oh Oil
My most defined twist out ever!! Used Eco styler gel and coconut oil.
I stopped relaxing my hair about 2 months ago and was previously in the transitioning phase. During a fit of hair rage, I decided to go through with the deed and become 100% natural. That was only 7 days ago and I’ve already learned so much! Here are the 5 things I’ve learned since becoming … More 5 Things I’ve Learn Since Becoming Natural