Y es pajon? No te peinaste hoy? Ohhhh you mean my beautiful curls, Thank you Titi! Meanwhile I really wanted to tell her about her bad dye job but I’m trying to turn a new leaf. Although my Titi had lots to say about my hair, I did have others respond positively while I flaunted … More I Love my Pajón!
Mental health disorders are prevalent among communities of colors, especially Latinos. However, more often than not, we prefer to not seek out treatment because the stigma associated with mental illness. Many Black and Latinos would prefer to ignore their symptoms over talking about them openly, and go misdiagnosed and untreated. While an individual may have … More Uncomfortable But Important: Talking about Mental Health
Feel that chill in the air? Fall is here, curlies! Summer has its benefits, but fall can be just as magical. Since the summer can be pretty trying on our strands, some of us curlies look forward to cooler temperatures and the freshness it can bring to our strands. For any hair care routine to … More Fall in Love
Hair is a tricky thing, especially for women with an abundance of curls. As a new aspiring curly hair blogger, I understand your struggle. While I am still figuring out my curls and dread wash day, there is light at the end of the tunnel while you find the right products and right methods. After … More Tips & Tricks for Curly Hair
I am about 4 months into restoring my curly hair (the transition) and when it comes to hair products, I’m generally living the thot life (LOL). Jumping from one curl cream to the next, switching out one leave-in conditioner for one I read about or a curly blogger recommended. What can I say? I am a … More GOD’S GIFT FOR OUR CURLS
I used to hate my birthday because it meant another year of growing older and let’s face it no one wants to be older. I have to say, becoming comfortable in my own skin is more important to me now more than ever as I spent most of my 20’s worrying about falling in love, … More Embracing my 30’s by…
Every day we are inspired by women who are fearless, adventurous, and bold; whether it be women like Michelle Obama, Meghan Markle, Gina Rodriguez, Beyonce, Emma Gonzalez, or your regular girl next door. Now to be FAB is not an easy task but these women make it look like a walk in the park, and … More How my friends taught me to be FAB…
If any of my Curly Vixens are serious like I am about bringing my curls back to life, you might have come across the pre-pooing method. The idea of coating your strands with oils prior to washing helps reduce the stripping effects of shampoo. I get ecstatic when I come across ways to strengthen my … More The Art of Pre-Poo
When you fly on an airplane, the flight attendant instructs you to put your oxygen mask on first, before helping others. And this is important for your survival, just like self-care is. If you run out of oxygen, you aren’t able to help others put their mask on. If you don’t take care of … More Put your Oxygen Mask on First; Self-Care is Priority
In lieu of March being Women’s History Month, the theme being “Nevertheless, She Persisted”, and my birthday month- I will be coining the “That’s What She Said” phrase to shed light on things important to me such as my mom, my friends, happiness, self-care, being Latina, and love for life. I hope you check it … More STAY TUNED!