Google+

I’ve been blogged-check out my feature

2

September 15, 2011 by The Lupie Chick

I’m excited to announce that I’m the featured natural on Curly Nu Growth’s Blog. today. Below is a sneak peak at the interview.

How long have you been natural/ transitioning?

I have been natural off and on for 15 years. I’ve rocked everything from a bald head to locs, to loose natural hair.

What or who inspired you to go natural?

I was going through a bad breakup with my ex. I had shoulder length relaxed hair and I had a waiting to exhale moment in the salon. Instead of getting a ”touch up” i opted for the jada pinkett cut ( natural) and dyed my hair honey blond. It was a hairstyle to me (at that time), people were amazed that I would cut my hair that short. I needed to be reborn, a new look, a new attitude, and a new ”me”. I must admit that when I originally got that cut, I felt a little sassy or spicy! I was so confident and my twa was CUTE!

What advice would you give to someone considering going natural?
Research, and understand that you have styling options. You don’t have to big chop, and you’re not limited to the ”afro”. Natural is confidence, its sexy, its empowering!

What products are you currently using in your hair?

I use products from my product line (Au’Naturale by Mz. Sixx), water, and aloe vera gel. I’m very picky and snobby as to what I will allow to touch my hair. The only time I indulge in commercial products are when I’m conducting a product review for my blog. Otherwise, its my products or items available to me from my kitchen. Click Here to finish reading the article…
Thank you Curly Nu Growth for featuring me, I enjoyed doing the feature and I enjoy your blog.

Click Here to subscribe to Curly Nu Growth’s Blog.

Advertisements

2 thoughts on “I’ve been blogged-check out my feature

  1. AAAAAAWWWWW! Congrats Sixx. I am loving you new logo. Very cute. I am about to check out the other post now. Love ya sis. Have a great day.

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

w

Connecting to %s

Upcoming Events

Join Our Team ~ The Lupie Chicks ~ Atlanta, GA - April 26, 2014

Lupie Chick Shop

http://www.zazzle.com/lupiechick

In Case You Missed It

Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 2,504 other followers

Follow The Lupie Chick on Bloglovin

Follow on Bloglovin

Lupie Chick on Instagram

#lupustaughtme To pay attention to what my body is saying to me. I should not ignore the little things. It has also taught me that I am the deciding factor in if I win or lose. Thank you Nate Williams @mrn867 - THE ONLY MALE WARRIOR WITH LUPUS WILLING TO PARTICIPATE! Thank you for lending your voice 💜✋🏾. . . . . #lupus #lupusawareness #lupuswarrior #spoonielife #chronicillness #NaturallyLupie #LupieChick #LupusChick #lupuschick #lupusadvocate #POP #blackhealthmatters #selfiesforlupus #selfies4lupus #lupusAwarenessMonth #lhandsign #LupusStrong #lupusadvocate #lupusawarenessmonth #lupusfighter #lupussurvivor #fucklupus #knowlupus #runlupus
@blackhealthmatters ・・・ One of the early symptoms of lupus is a low-grade fever for no apparent reason. Because it may hover somewhere between 98.5˚F (36.9˚C) and 101˚F (38.3˚C), you might not think to see a doctor. People with lupus may experience this type of fever off and on. To learn more about Lupus in our Lupus Edition of Black Health Matters. https://mailchi.mp/blackhealthmatters/world-lupus-day (Clickable Link is in the bio) #LupusAwarenessMonth . . . . #LupusTaughtMe #lupus #lupusawareness #lupuswarrior #spoonielife #chronicillness #NaturallyLupie #LupieChick #LupusChick #lupuschick #lupusadvocate #autoimmunedisease #blackhealthmatters #selfiesforlupus #selfies4lupus #lhandsign #LupusStrong #lupusadvocate #lupusfighter #lupussurvivor #knowlupus #runlupus #Paisleystudy #knowyourlupus
#lupustaughtme “The doctors may say one thing, but God has the last say so. Its taught me how strong I truly am. To appreciate the little things, the activities of my limbs, being able to run my fingers through my scalp. Ive learned to say no, stand up for myself, enforce boundaries, rest when I need it, listen to my body, and most of all, love, embrace, and enjoy life. Its a beautiful journey. “ Thank you Chakeria 🦋💜✋🏾. . . . . #lupus #lupusawareness #lupuswarrior #spoonielife #chronicillness #NaturallyLupie #LupieChick #LupusChick #lupuschick #lupusadvocate #POP #blackhealthmatters #selfiesforlupus #selfies4lupus #lupusAwarenessMonth #lhandsign #LupusStrong #lupusadvocate #lupusawarenessmonth #lupusfighter #lupussurvivor #fucklupus #knowlupus #runlupus
@blackhealthmatters ・・・ About 90 percent of people with lupus experience some level of fatigue. An afternoon nap does the trick for some people but sleeping too much during the day can lead to insomnia at night. It may be difficult, but if you can remain active and stick to a daily routine, you may be able to keep your energy levels up. Speak to your doctor if you’re living with debilitating fatigue. Some causes of fatigue can be treated. To learn more about Lupus in our Lupus Edition of Black Health Matters. https://mailchi.mp/blackhealthmatters/world-lupus-day (Clickable Link is in the bio) #LupusAwarenessMonth . . . . #LupusTaughtMe #lupus #lupusawareness #lupuswarrior #spoonielife #chronicillness #NaturallyLupie #LupieChick #LupusChick #lupuschick #lupusadvocate #autoimmunedisease #blackhealthmatters #selfiesforlupus #selfies4lupus #lhandsign #LupusStrong #lupusadvocate #lupusfighter #lupussurvivor #knowlupus #runlupus #Paisleystudy #knowyourlupus

Support Our Sponsors

%d bloggers like this: