Welcome to Real Chicks R Natural

We are Natural Hair Advocates. We appreciate the hair that grows naturally from our heads. So this blog is here to embrace our natural hair and the lifestyle that accompanies this choice.

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Thinking of Going Natural

Get the Tools that would make it a Natural Success

Combs & Brushes we use in the shower when hair is soaking wet.

Rat Tail Comb we use to separate sections of hair, Clips to hold the sections. Spray Bottles for water or a little homemade spritz. Of course your Favorite Product.
Diffusser especially for winter. The Pic is used for shaping styles or lifting the hair to desired height. only....

Friday, April 18, 2014

Working with Our Unique Texture

Anthony Dickey, a very well known hair-care and style expert, provides techniques for the Naturals. We had the privilege of seeing him in action at Urbanbella on Roswell Rd. in Atlanta GA
Remember the African Descent Persons have such a blend of hair- types, that it is important for us to get familar with our own uniqueness so that we can work with what is......fabulous. The techniques can be used with any Natural Products! Dollar Store Products or if money is no issue the Hair Rules Products.

Friday, February 21, 2014

Lets Analyze Ourselves First

It is time to engage our minds, hearts and souls and think about why we do what we do with our hair & body. And what are we teaching the males & females we raise?

Friday, February 7, 2014

Spotlght-My Hair Story, Joy D

At the age of 7, I was introduced to the World of Chemicals. I went from a relaxer to a dry jerry curl then back to a relaxer. My scalp was always on FIRE! But like everyone else I continued the abuse. I was then educated on the benefits of wearing my hair natural. I decided to go straight for the Big Chop. This was a very emotional experience for me.  WOW! Where is my long straight hair??, Do I look like a boy?? I shed my tears in private... That lasted 2 years. With lack of educational on how to take care of my hair, I went back to the creamy crack for more abuse.

2008, I made a decision to finally stop living the LYE. It was costly to my hair, scalp, body and purse. Average relaxer at that time was $65 and up. So being myself and embracing this KINKY hair is priceless.  Whoo Hoo I'm free.  Let go of what view others have of you and embrace the heritage you were born with.

Joy D, Natural Hair Advocate