Thirsty Roots member Lolita’s long naturally curly hair expresses the beauty of a full head of natural bouncy curls and how with patience a little hair care can go a long way.
TR: What brings you to Thirsty Roots?
Lolita: I want to learn more about how to maintain my natural beauty…
TR: What is your hair choice?
Lolita: Natural Hair
TR: What are some of your favorite hair care products?
Lolita: Basically, the whole kinky curly line
TR: What is your current hair goal?
Lolita: I want to continue to grow my natural hair.
TR: What do you love about your hair?
Lolita: its big!!!
She states that she will be natural for 4 years this up coming November and she wants people to know that she is not wearing a wig although she has nothing against wearing wigs:
“I’m an not against wigs. I actually still wear wigs but I like to wear my natural hair at times.. Its funny how some women of my same race just assumes I am wearing a wig. No, this is my hair and yes I am 100% black.”
So for all those out there who do not believe black women can grow long curly hair, Lolita dispels that myth with her beautiful curly thirsty roots. Our hair comes in so many textures, curl patterns, colors, etc. Just know that beautiful hair is healthy hair. None of us have bad hair. Let’s take care our hair ladies and bring out its beauty.
Omg your hair is so beautiful!! That’s my goal too I want to have natural healthy long hair.. If you have and tips that you would like to share pleaase let me know!!
Great body and beautiful hair 🙂
I have long wavy/curly hair and I really don’t know what to use on it. I have tried the kinky curl line, the hawai silky spray and now the mixed chicks. What exactly should I be using? (LOL) I love the smell of the mix chicks, I like the look of the kinky curly line, but it’s sticky and the hawi silky is ok.
Her hair is beautiful. I wonder if she has a blog or website.