Amazon Handmade Seriously Natural

Recent Posts

  • Senegalese Twists & Box Braids: How To Keep Them Beautiful

    Senegalese Twists & Box Braids: How To Keep Them Beautiful
  • Coffee Scrub For Stimulating Hair Growth & Scalp Exfoliation

    Coffee Scrub For Stimulating Hair Growth & Scalp Exfoliation
  • Summer Outfits I love From TikTok Shop

    Summer Outfits I love From TikTok Shop
  • Save Our Skins: How To Handle a Dehydrated Face

    Save Our Skins: How To Handle a Dehydrated Face

Seriously Natural Spotlight | Kayla

Seriously Natural Spotlight | Kayla

me a little about yourself and your hair journey.

My name is Kayla L. I’ll be 24 in October. I currently
reside in Dallas, TX but moving to back Houston within the next month. I went
to the University of Houston where I was a cheerleader and also majored in
Dance. I’m married to an awesome man named Lee and together we have a sweet
baby girl Kayleigh.

long have you been natural? Have you always embraced your curls?

I’ve been natural for 2 years and 7 months. I big
chopped in December of 2012. Growing up I was natural until the age of 12. I
got a relaxer because my mom just couldn’t handle doing my hair anymore. It was
so thick and I was very tender headed.

motivated you to transition? Were you a transitioner or a Big Chopper& why?

I attempted to transition many times before but after
about 8 months I would end up getting a relaxer because I couldn’t handle the
two textures and at the time I was scared to loose my length. Finally I felt
the need for a change so I began slowly cutting my hair until it was a nice
short Rihanna cut. My hair was too thick to be short so I decided instead of
relaxing it again I’d just cut it off. So I went into my bathroom and cut off
all the relaxed hair and was left with about two inches.

Seriously Natural Spotlight | Kayla

would you describe your hair?

Honestly like a store. It has so much to offer but it
can be overwhelming at times.

do you love most about your hair?

I love that my hair has helped mold me into who I am

has been the most memorable part of your journey?Has it been easy or difficult
or both?!

The most memorable time was when I big chopped and I
had nothing left to hide behind. I felt ugly and like no one would ever want
me. It was a very difficult time for me because I let my hair define who I was,
but in all my journey has been pretty easy and exciting. I would do it all over

Seriously Natural Spotlight | Kayla

are (or were) some of your favorite transitioning hairstyles or current dos’?

My favorite hairstyle would definitely be a braid out.

have your experiences been as a ‘natural.’ Any memorable reactions from family
or others?

My experience has been wonderful. When I first big
chopped my family didn’t really support it just because “I had good hair” and
that it would never grow back because I cut it myself during the wrong time.
Haha, but of course two years and seven months later everyone is natural.

is your hair regimen (including fav products)?

Right now, I use the TRESemmé Naturals Shampoo and TRESemmé Naturals conditioner. The Shea Moisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Leave-In ConditionerCoconut oil & Grapeseed Oil faithfully.

Seriously Natural Spotlight | Kayla

are some of your favorite natural hair websites, Youtubers, or blogs?

My favorite natural hair Youtubers would be Mini
Marley, and Naptural85. I have recently subscribed to GlamTwinz334 and I’m
enjoying that we share the same texture hair.

you want the readers to know? Any inspirational words?

Just to enjoy your journey no matter where you are in
it. Don’t miss out on you TWA days wishing you had longer hair because you will
miss it. Your natural hair journey isn’t just about your hair it’s about
yourself to. There is a lesson to be learned in it all.

can people find you for more information?

Hair Channel:

Instagram: @elleckay

Twitter: @elleckay





Leave a Reply