French model, Sa Rah Shine, proudly embraces her blonde afro as part of her unique charm!
NC: Any particular trends in natural hairstyles that we should know about for this year?
SRS: The Crochet Braid is my discovery of the year and the color red is fab!
NC: You are obviously a huge fan of natural hair, and you promote it a lot on your Facebook page. How big of a part do you think the natural hair community plays in helping others to embrace their natural hair, and their natural beauty?
SRS: The natural hair community plays the most important part in helping others to embrace their natural hair, and their beauty because in the past and up to now society has pushed people to relax our curls!
NC: Who are your personal natural hair idols?
SRS:I don’t really have personal natural hair idol, except one of my friends.
NC: Do you have any tips or tricks for women with natural hair as far as styling, fighting frizz, retaining length, etc?
SRS:Don’t use rubber bands to tie your hair, and wash your hair when needed, but not everyday. Take time to cut your hair regularly. And just a note: Girls, don’t change your shampoo every week because the pH is different in each shampoo.
NC: Do you have any advice for women looking to go natural?
SRS: Just do it. Go ahead !
NC: What about following your passion and embracing what you are good at, which is very much what you have done. Do you have any advice for women thinking about taking the plunge? Anything they should know beforehand?
SRS:If you like to do something, or you think you can make a change, just do it. If you never try, you’ll never know. You shouldn’t regret what you did, but what you did not do!
NC: Anything else you would like to add?
SRS: I think everybody is naturally beautiful! We just have to learn to appreciate what makes us different and unique. Our hair is a gift for the world, from God! Accept what you have been given from God and wear it proudly!
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