Natural Hair Talk With Lexi of “Lexi With the Curls”

Lexi talks to BHM about her blog and what it means to be natural and how she styles her own natural hair.

Author: BlackHairMedia, known affectionately as BHM, is the SOURCE for Hair Care and Beauty Information for Women of Color. BHM was started in 1999 by our CEO and Founder Nicolle Epps, with the mission to bring you information information on Hair Care, Products, Beauty, Fashion, and interactive conversations to help Women of Color make informative decision regarding their Hair, Health, and Beauty.

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  1. This is an excellent book! While I’m not delcitry bi-racial, my hair is exactly like Terri’s due to white ancestry. I wish that I had known about using conditioner to keep my curls when they dried. My hair is short now because I cut 10 inches off to have relaxer free hair, but my curls are there and they feel great. I’m going to buy another book and give it to my bi-racial niece whose hair is a little looser than mine, but would definitely benefit from this book. While books like curly girl are good, it left me frustrated because leaving a little bit of conditioner in my hair left me with fuzzy spots. This book filled in the pieces that were missing! Terri, thank you for this book, and thank you for going through what you went through to get your beautiful curls back. I get so many compliments from everyone even though I have a dreaded layer cut. I would recommend this book for anyone who has curls when their hair is wet but turns to curly frizz when dried. I would recommend this book to kinky kinky tightly curled hair as well because this book preaches keeping moisture in your hair, and ALL curly hair need this. Good book!

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