I am an aspiring television personality coming from Albuquerque, New Mexico but now out here in Atlanta, Georgia.

Currently I'm a patient representative at a hospital. My name is Sherelle Fox but I prefer to go by Shereal Fox. I would like to classify my hair type in the 4c category because it is very coarse and I don't have an actual curly pattern, but it is still amazingly flawless. I think the thing I love the most about being natural is the fact that I feel free, yes it was a big decision to make but I don't regret it one bit! 

As a child, I was stripped of my choice of relaxing my hair, being so young it was commonly done so it is like being reintroduced to my real texture and it has been a pleasure!

I know that everyone has a different opinion of what "being natural" is but I feel as if perception is everything and defining that for yourself will help. I have been natural for about a year now, after a fews months of trying to save my permed ends, they had to go; I ended up doing an official "big chop" sometime at the end of last year.

I do length checks every time I take my hair out of a protective style, which varies between weeks and months (depending on how long I wear that style). I did my first official length check and trim on Halloween where I got it done in a salon, it was washed, blow dried and silk pressed; I was very happy with my results!

My go-to style

I love to rock the twist outs from flat twists with bantu knot ends (flantus) and also flex-rod sets. I love to use the Love Lotta Body with Coconut and Shea Oils Wrap Me Foaming Mousse, it is "Ahh-Mazing" the first time I used it, I fell in love; easy to say, it was love at first use. After using it, it didn't make my hair hard or feel funny; it was really soft and smelled oh so good! I think that we all should use a protective style every once in awhile to give our manes a rest; I just love the idea of the styles.

As far as protective styles go, I have done, marley twists, kanekelon twists, twists with my natural hair, crochet braids with Jamaican braid twist hair, lace-front wig over corn rows, and french braids.

I feel that the best way to preserve your hair at night is to make sure you wrap it in some form of silk wrap or bandana, if you're a crazy sleeper like me you definitely something that will stay on your head throughout your "sleeping journey".

If you all would like to follow Sherelle Fox on social media, you can find her on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @SherealFox.