Monday, November 19, 2012

Fyecurls Talks With Miss Vissa

I had the pleasure of talking with Miss Vissa of and discussing my most current hair regimen, products, and advice on going natural! Click the link below!

Fyecurls Talks Fitness: Featured Today

Hello guys! I'm featured today on ! Icela is so nice and talented and did an awesome job with the article. I'm honored to be featured! Go check it out!

Monday, August 27, 2012

Follow Me On Instagram!

Follow me on Instagram! The name guessed it! Fyecurls! See you there! :-)

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Fyecurls is Featured on Confessions Of A Blog Vixen Today!

I am so blessed that people are interested in my hair story! I am happy to share this with you guys! Thanks for all of your support! I hope that you are embracing your hair and enjoying your own personal hair journey! Here's the link to the article:

Peace & Blessings!


Thursday, July 26, 2012

Essence Magazine's Top Natural Hair Instagrammers..I made the list!!! Yay!

I'm  excited and thankful to be among such beautiful and talented natural hair instagrammers! Check it out! Just click the link:

100 Natural Hair Instagrammers

Friday, June 22, 2012


Motions, the leader in multi-textured haircare along with Celebrity Hair Stylist, Ursula Stephen, MC Lyte, Rocsi Diaz and Hosea Sanchez will be in NEW ORLEANS for the music festival.  We would LOVE for you to stop by the Motions Style Bar for a style consultation with Ursula Stephen or to chat with MC Lyte, Rosci Diaz and Hosea Sanchez.  Please see the attached for additional information.   WHEN: Friday July 6th and Saturday, July 7th 1pm to 5pm WHERE: W New Orleans on Poydras - Great Room.  Click this link to RSVP:

Friday, May 4, 2012

Fyecurls is featured on Black Girl Long Hair Website!

Check out my feature on BGLH! // Multi-Texture Styling

Friday, April 20, 2012

The Process: Flat Ironed Hair and Bantu Knot-Out!

Hello folks! I'm a little late getting this post up, sorry! I flat-ironed my hair back in March and then proceeded to bantu knot it and then released the bantu knots the next day. Here are some photos:

I enloyed this style for about a week. I did large bantu knots each night using As I Am Doublebutter Cream. The only reason it only lasted a week is because I started missing my natural curls. LOL...I know I'm pitiful. Many have asked what was my process for getting my hair so straight and smooth. Here goes:

Before I washed my hair I pre-pood (pre treated my dirty, dry hair) with Nakia Amour Pre-Conditioning Hair Oil for about an hour (that stuff is the business! ). I then proceeded to clarify/shampoo my hair with Carol's Daughter Chocolat shampoo. Afterwards, I applied Carols Daughter Chocolat Conditioner, detangled and twisted my hair in large sections. I applied a shower cap and left it on for 1-2 hrs. This smoothing conditioner has proteins in it that are helpful to your hair when you are about to use heat and straighten your hair. I rinsed it completely out with cold water and towel blotted my hair while it was still in the twisted sections. I then proceeded to add Carols Daughter Chocolat Blow Dry Cream to each section and blow dry. My hair dried quickly, got fairly straight and was velvety smooth! As I blowdried each section, I twisted it back up. I started to just stop right here and bantu knot, but I wanted to finally see my hair completely straight again. So I grabbed my maxiglide and added a touch of Carols Daughter Macadamia Heat Protecting Serum and began to flat iron each section. I used a heat level of 6 (It has 1-10 with 10 being the hottest setting).

After playing in my flat ironed hair for a while, I decided to bantu knot it. For a visual of this process, check out "Denimpixie" on youtube and search for "heatless curls tutorial". I used As I Am DoubleButter Cream to knot with. When I finished I applied my satin scarf and went to bed. In the morning I unraveled and got the look of the last pic above. I plan on bantu knotting again in the future just on blow dried hair...But anyway, this is all I did! I hope this is helpful. For any questions, just comment below.

Nakia Amour Pre-Conditioning Hair Oil: Purchase at Wholefoods in AR or go to her site:

Carols Daughter products: Sephora inside of JCP on Shackleford in AR or go to her website:

Maxiglide: purchased on Amazon years ago:

Peace & Blessings,

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Curly Girl Method Only for Me!!

 Hello everyone!

     I hope all is going well with you and your hair! Fyecurls has been struggling a little! (You like how I talked about myself in third person?)
     My hair has been dryer and frizzier than usual lately. It could be the cold, drying weather outside, but I dont think so. I'm not having it! If your hair is not acting right, dont keep doing the same thing, change up something! I have a Cassia treatment being mailed to me as we speak(more on this later), and I have decided to go strict CG Method (Curly Girl Method).
    This is a method created by Lorraine Massey and I've read her book and seen many curlies have great success at it. The CG Method is when you eliminate the use of silicones, sulfates, and other products that can block out moisture and dry out your hair. The only products that I was using faithfully that had 'cones were Herbal Essence Hello Hydration and Aussie Moist Conditioners. I loved these because of the slip they gave while detangling. But these conditioners will be easily replaced by Tresemme Naturals Nourishing Moisture Conditioner and Suave Naturals Conditioner. I only cowash(conditioner wash) now. No more shampooing. Conditioner can remove dirt and products from your hair as long as you arent using cones. If you want to give this a try, you must first clarify your hair to remove the cones that you may have in your hair to start with a clean slate. So one last use of a sulfate shampoo will work for this. Then stick to natural and silicone and sulfate free products to wash and style your hair. This is supposed to help your curls maintain ultimate moisture. I recommend Lorraine Massey's book Curly Girl:The Handbook for more in-depth info about this. But there are several YouTube videos and articles on as well as other sites.
     I am excited to see how my hair responds! You know I'll keep you posted!



Friday, February 10, 2012

Sister Millie Tweaked Her Updo-CUTE!!!

Sister Millie shows the versatility of her updo. By two strand twisting and pinning the hair that was loose on the previous post, she takes the updo to a new level...conservative, classy, and SO cute!!! She's ready for work now!

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Me and the Hair are Sidelined...

Happy New Year! I hope all is well with everyone! I've been recovering from surgery on my ear so my fun with hair has been sidelined for a while. My hair is currently in two strand twists and chilling cozily under a satin bonnet. :-(
I miss her already and its only been 4 days. LOL. It'll probaby be a month before I get to play in my hair again. I'm doing well and am just checking in on you guys! Im always on Twitter (@Fyecurls) so follow me there if you please! Take care!