Introduce yourself: Keisha Odunz, 21, PG County, MD.
What is your hair type? My hair type is 4A, I believe, (coily springy). I have tightly curled hair with a S pattern. Sometimes its hard for me determine what hair type I actually am, but for now I am going along with this one.
When and why did you go natural? I've been natural for all of my life. I would fluctuate by wearing my hair straightened or in its natural state for most of my life. It was not until the summer before my senior year that I decided that I would wear my curly sue out forever. My hair has a beautiful curl pattern and is way healthier and longer, when I wear it without putting heat in it which damages hair.
BC (Big Chopped) or Transitioned? Neither.
If you were stuck on a deserted island and got to hair three hair products what would they be? Mimosa Hair Honey, Coconut Oil and Virgin Olive Oil.
What is your washing regimen? I co-wash with conditioner instead of washing my hair, because shampoo strips the oils from my hair. I use a homemade conditioner that I use with all the essential oils and nutrients in it. Example: Avocado, virgin olive oil, jojoba oil, rosemary oil, honey, and apple cider vinegar.
What style do enjoy the most? Bantu knots are by far my all-time
Your three hair don'ts?
1) No heat
2) No products with sulfate, alcohol or mineral oil
3) No color (I used to be a fan until it slightly damaged my hair and changed my curl patter).
Who are your favorite natural hair blogger/vloggers?
My Natural Sistas, Naptural85 and Urban Bush Babes are my favorite. They made the naturalista I am today.
What do you enjoy most about being natural? I can express who I am through my hair by wearing it in different styles. It's a reflection of my mood, style and personalty. I like how I can be creative with my hair, it's like art work.