If Natural Hair Was a Cult... Is This Funny?

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OK, so we're definitely living in the era of satin hair wraps, coconut oil & #BlackGirlMagic

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And I ain't mad at it. Not one teeny weeny bit!  🙂

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The natural hair movement is so strong that The Curl Club decided to poke a little fun (in a light-hearted way) and imagine if the natural hair movement were a cult. They used a lot of imagination and creativity to think up this off-the-wall scenario.

It is hilarious!

The video is going SUPER VIRAL and is causing a lot of interesting conversation between large groups of naturals and even non-naturals as well.

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We've even seen friends jokingly tagging each other on Facebook saying stuff like "This is soooo you!!"

And of course, there are some people taking the video waaaaaay too seriously and are even offended, I don't exactly understand what there is too get upset about, but hey, some people will find a reason to complain no matter what you do.

But for all y'all that just enjoy a good laugh this will be right up your alley.

Anyway, check it out and enjoy the humor. The end of this video cracked me up, home girl had no idea what she was walking into.

Enjoy! And please leave your thoughts and comments below... Did it make you laugh too?

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How to Wear Puff Cuffs on Thick or Fine Black Hair

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Your Black Hair OMG Expert Pretti Uneek has a quick tutorial on How to Wear the Puff Cuff on Thick or Fine Natural Hair.How to Wear the Puff Cuff on Thick or Fine Natural Hair

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How to Wear the Puff Cuff on Thick or Fine Natural Hair


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The Puff Cuff’s unique teeth are designed to lock into the texture or curl of your hair and hold the clamp in place, NOT to glide through the hair like a comb or banana clip. While the concept may be similar to the old "banana clip,” the Puff Cuff functions differently by working with your hair instead of against it.

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6 Ways To ROCK African Dresses & Prints

Over the last few years, we’ve seen an huge fashion influx of what is commonly known as “tribal” or “ethnic” prints in big box retail stores as well as online fashion shops.

H&M, Amazon, ASOS, Forever 21, Zara and many others have been selling these African-inspired designs on a number of items— African dresses, wallets, purses, sweaters, beach wraps, blazers, skirts, crop tops, skirts, leggings, scarves and these styles are amazing. With this chic and elegant style becoming more popular we figured that you may want to take a look!

african dressesLet's be honest, prints are never going to go out of style and a great way to incorporate them into your wardrobe is to use African prints! There are sooooo many ways to rock African fabric (also called “dutch wax”, “ankara”, and there's also a type of woven cloth called "kente") effortlessly with the clothing items you already have in your wardrobe.

The thing that is so cool about these clothes is that they are reminiscent of the traditional Nigerian clothing that has been worn for special events and occasions for centuries. The gorgeous head wraps make you think of the beautiful gele that happy and excited African women meticulously placed on the heads of a family members or close friends on their wedding day.

Some women like these head wraps and funky prints in order to feel closer to the Motherland, and others simply love the high fashion designs. To each, their own, right?

But who can deny the uniqueness of wooden jewelry pieces, usually of the continent of Africa carved into big, chunky earrings. It’s the head wraps with bright, vibrant colors, the icing on what is an outfit for a night out on the town. It’s the DEFINITION of a fashion statement. And a great opportunity to get in touch with you Afrocentric side.

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So Many Ways To Incorporate African-style Dress Into Your Wardrobe

- African Print Skirts

You can pair a flared, mini, skater, midi or maxi skirt in an African print with a solid tee or button-down shirt and you’ve got yourself a perfect brunch, lunch or date outfit.

- Jumpsuits, Rompers and Coordinate Sets

OMG! You can SHUT THE PLACE DOWN with a one-piece African print jumpsuit or romper (so chic!), or stick to two coordinating pieces for a exotic pant, skirt or short suit.

- African Print Up Top

Think crop tops, peplum tops, boxy cuts and even blazers! Try wearing one with a black pencil skirt or your cutest pair of jeans for a quick and easy-to-do evening outfit.

- African Print Bottoms

Similar to skirts, you can easily pair African-print pants and shorts in cuts that flatter your womanly shape with basic tops for casual wear that has an element of sophistication and demure.

- African Dresses

The fashion options with African dresses are endless – as long as you can find a good tailor, you can sew a dress with African fabric in every style imaginable. Your imagination is the only barrier, don't limit yourself! A-line dresses work for almost all shapes, but the details (frills, patterns, embroidery, etc) is what makes these African dresses stand out from the crowd.

- Accessorize With African Designs

If you’re not the runway model type that's ready to strut your stuff with African dresses or African print from head-to-toe, you can also incorporate the African style into your accessories, with hats, bags, shoes, head wraps and chic jewelry fit for a Queen.