Monday, June 4, 2012

Just Me: Naturally Naja :-)

Hey dolls, Happy Monday! Hope your weekend totally rocked! I wanted to come to you dolls today with a quick post rocking my natural hair. I mentioned I would give you dolls a peak in my last post and was debating on posting these pics for some reason. I have been rocking my hair in a weave style non-stop for the last two years and recently decided it was time to give my hair a break. I have been rocking it in its natural wonder for the last week and a half and I must say I love it! I love feeling my scalp again and washing my hair as I please and rocking my crazy hair but boy is it a lot of work....like I knew it would be. I am still learning my hair and trying to get together a routine so I am still not 100% comfortable with it yet. Its kinda weird to see myself so differently after such a long time. I will continue to play around with it and enjoy my natural hair however I have since re-installed my weave but wanted to take a moment to pay homage to my natural tresses. They will be back soon but for the moment my long hair will be taking center stage. Dolls, be sure to embrace your natural beauty no matter what. GOD made you the way you are and remember he doesn't make mistakes. Be YOU and be PROUD! Check out my girl Comme Coco's recent post where she embraces her natural beauty and bootylicious curves HERE dolls. This chick speaks the truth in this post and inspired me to post these pics not to mention she rocks a mean swimsuit! Hope you dolls enjoy and have a fabulous week!
 The FIT:
Romper: ASOS
Wedges: Nine West
Bag: Marc by Marc Jacobs
Earrings: Forever 21
Shades: Michael Kors

 My first attempt at a twist-out, hopefully I only get better at these things! LOL, Natural beauties like Curly Nikki, FAB Ellis, and Mae make it look so easy! #HairEnvy ;-)


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  1. First I LOVE the romper! Second, kudos to you for showing your natural hair. I loved that post by Jeni on CommeCoco. And yes twist outs take practice!

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  2. - I love your makeup, it looks so clean. I can't wait til my natural hair is that long. Transitioning is definitely not easy!

    xo, Mo

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    1. Girl, not easy at all. lol, Stick with it and have a Happy hair journey!

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  3. I love the twist out and you are rocking that romper. Very cute!

    -Shakiyla

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  4. Kudos to showing your hair. I went from weaves to natural hair and it definitely takes time go get used to not having that "instant glamour". Hang in there. Once you get into a good routine your have will go from looking good to great!

    :)
    Dominique

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    1. Thanks for the advice lady, I'm trying to stay strong! :-D

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  5. I've only been natural for 5 months and I'm still getting used to it. I haven't really experimented with styles yet because it's at that awkward length stage, but you'll get the hang of it girlie! I looooooovvvvee that romper. The colors and pattern are everything! I love the bag and wedges too! I'm crazy about neon this season!

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    1. Thank you much lady! looking forward to trying lots of new natural hairstyles myself. YouTube is a gem!!

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  6. Wow! Naja you look amazing! You make the natural look easy breezy. I love you blog by the way. Good job and Stay gorgeous!
    xoxo
    Raliat O.

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  7. I love love the romper! and your hair also!

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  8. You look very cute, natural hair and all!!! Love the wedges!!


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  9. I love the entire look (as you already know)! :-) Thank you again for mentioning me. I'm so happy that I can be an inspiration and definitely if you have any questions, let me know.

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  10. Yeeees! to that hair! that jumpsuit! that wedges! your brows! and that smile!

    hugs,
    Eboni

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  11. Where you get your romper from?

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  12. I have been natrual for almost two years! It's some getting use to! I am in the beauty industry all the time because I am an license esthetician. I'm the beauty industry you to fight the euro mind sets of beauty and started embracing my owen. I started small seek out images that look like my hair textures and really learn to love what is natrually mind. Ladies check out natrual hair groups in your area to get support from other natruals who can be a great source of encouragment. Check out www.meetup.com check Natrualista of Nap for starters. We are located in Indianapolis, IN but you can see how our Natrual group is and may to even start your own! Ladies natrual beauty is natrually embrace by others! We just have make a stand for Natrual beauty!

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