2014 was a pretty eventful year. Whether you loved it or hated it, it brought something to you that made you remember it better than previous years. I’m so looking forward to 2015 and what it has in store for me and the blog but it wouldn’t be right to not share what had everyone talking, reading and desiring the most.
I’ve got the most popular posts (in random order) that brought you to the blog and discussing more than any other posts in 2014.
Gabby had all our tongues wagging when she went blonde, but they really starting flapping when we found out just how pricey those golden locks ended up costing her!
Learning about our natural hair terms is important and there is nothing more foreign to many naturals other than Scab hair and the Line of Demarcation. Many need to know exactly what they were and how to deal with them.
2014 was all about dealing with the hardships of natural hair by first acknowledging they exist and then figuring out how to deal with them. Going natural is not a walk in the part…at first so everyone wanted to know what they could do to make it easier.
Natural hair was queen in 2014 and straight weaves seemed to really take a hit as natural textures for added hair became super popular. I was fortunate enough to review the clip in product Kurly Klips that offer natural textures for all to enjoy!
It can be hard out here for a natural and some of the stereotypes we have to deal with make it even harder. Have you deal with any of these?
Hair typing is pretty controversial and as some feel it is necessary, some are wondering if it will ever die out all together. Is 2015 finally the year we either come to terms with it or it becomes eradicated?
I discuss a lot about what products, routines and techniques to use for hair growth but in 2014 I found out just how important what you put in your body was in your hair’s health and the response was overwhelming.
No one loves natural hair more than me but I know it isn’t all wine and roses 24/7. Discussing some of the biggest headaches seemed pretty popular and right on time and appreciated.
Nothing like a product review on a new one hitting the shelves. The beginning of 2014 saw a new penetrating hair mask from Camille Rose and I was eager to share my thoughts.
2014 was the year for accepting one’s curls and not finding a curl pattern if there wasn’t one. I think it finally sunk in for a few folks and it was truly about darned time!
No matter what was popular in hairstyles for 2014, long hair was still the #1 hair goal for most naturals. Long tresses and how to get them as quick as possible reigned supreme and everyone had to find out what they needed to get them.