Solange Knowles, Corinne Bailey Ray, Esperanza Spalding, Les Nubians and Juno Temple are featured in an issue of T Magazine in a spread titled ‘Nightie Aphrodites’. The black and white editorial features celebrities with natural hair. The editorial was photographed by Alice O’Malley and styled by Susan Winget.
I love seeing celebrities with natural hair, anyone who actually follows my blog should know my obsession with afros. I lovvveee afrros. I can’t say it enough! And I love seeing celebrities with afros. More girls ought to go natural… really… Anyhow, I won’t go on a Chris-Rock-good-hair rant.
As an aside - I actually have an afro but will only post pictures when I feel satisfied that it is worth posting pictures of (don’t ask). I’ll post them soon though.
One of the best hair products you can get your hands on, especially if your hair is thick and curly and tends to frizz up, like mine does(please excuse the photo, I hate posting photos of myself, my hair is quite a bit bigger now though) I’ve given up on so many products and replaced them with this little darling… goodbye leave-ins and mousses and serums… hello Moroccanoil. Although it is a little pricey (R300, which is more or else the equivalent of €29 and US$38). I know some may think it’s kind of absurd to be spending this much money on just one product, but the beauty about it is that it can last you months. Just one pump of this product and you’re sorted, I’ve had mine since August and I can still go for about 2 months. The best part is that you don’t even have to apply it everyday, every couple of days suffices. The down side to the story is that it doesn’t contain all natural products, but the good news is that it contains Argan oil which is basically the best thing you put in your hair no matter what hair type you have.
Joan Smalls for V Magazine