I’ve been told that I’m not enough.
My frame is too curvy. My hair is too kinky. My teeth should be straighter. My smile should be bigger.
My stomach should be flatter. My waist should be
smaller nonexistent. My breasts should grow a cup size or two.
I should fit the mold for what society deems attractive, desirable and palatable.
I’ve been told that the way I already show up in the world is not enough.
Continue reading my guest post on No Lies Told Then.
If this naturalista could describe her work in three words, they would be: raw, intriguing, and amorous.
A New York native and happily married mother of two, Artist Ria has commanded the attention of the social media community, fascinating thousands of Instagram followers with the standout style of her drawings and paintings. Most of her pieces are centered on the versatility within the natural hair community.
“I draw a lot of Afro art but I also draw a lot of abstract work. I guess you can call me an ‘everything artist,’” the artist shared in an interview with 4c Hair Chick.
Continue reading my profile of Artist Ria here.
Yay!!! I’m super excited to share my first ever post for 4c Hair Chick, an online community and platform for women with Type 4 natural hair.
I’ve been wanting to step outside my comfort zone and write about hair for a while and now I’ve done it. I’m ecstatic about being part of the 4CHC team as a contributor; this is only the beginning!
Here’s the link to my post: 5 reasons why I’m a protective style fanatic. Enjoy!