Mini Haul – ComfyGirl’s Latest Buys

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Behold the first of what will be an ongoing series of relatively short posts featuring my latest purchases (be it hair product, makeup, or just something cool I found around town.)

The idea behind this series are not to give in-depth reviews, but to show you what additions I am making to my cupboard/drawers/closet/etc. If I feel strongly about something I bought, however, or if people show interest in hearing more, a review is definitely not out of the question.

So I would love to hear your thoughts on what I’ve picked up!

– Have you tried it? Is it on your list? Do you want a to hear more? Is there something you think I should buy?? Let me know!


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Why I Love #29DaysofBlackCosplay

I have recently discovered the gem of a blog that is BlackGirlNerds.com, and through them I have discovered the #29daysofblackcosplay tag. In case this seems like gibberish to you, this is a tag that celebrates black people in cosplay (which is the act of dressing up as a character from a movie/tv show/anime/comic book/ etc). Needless to say I have been refreshing my twitter feed non-stop under the tag to see what new images pop up!

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#WashDay – Tips for Washing Natural Hair

As with most natural-haired ladies, in my home, wash day is an all day event. This is literally true to the point where I can only wash my hair when I have a full day off work.

When I first started going natural, on wash days I usually ended up doing more harm than good.  I really had no clue what I was doing when it came to washing my natural hair, and if you recall from Part 2 of my Hair Journey, I never even washed my own hair until my mid-teens.

So newly natural, I would hop in the shower and scrub shampoo into my hair willy-nilly. Then, because the washing process had thoroughly tangled my natural hair, I would spend hours upon hours combing through the mess, causing breakage the whole way through.

Now, due to a lot of research, and trial and error, I think I have come a long way with my wash day routine. Here are some of the tips that made my wash days easier (though by no means any shorter). Keep reading “#WashDay – Tips for Washing Natural Hair”

WordPress.com to WordPress.org

Hello all!

You may notice some more changes on my site, as I have just switched from WordPress.com to WordPress.org. So far, I am already loving the extra freedom the .org site allows me!

Please do not hesitate to follow me on Facebook, Twitter, AND Instagram, (and Subscribe Via Email at the right side of the page)! That way you will be sure to catch all future posts!

I am really excited to continue this journey blogging about life and my natural hair, and I truly hope that you guys follow alongside me, since that is what makes it so fun!

Have a lovely day,

~Comfy Girl With Curls

Open Letter to the Man Who Asked if He Could Touch My H...

To the man who asked if he could touch my natural hair, there are two things I have always wanted to say to you:

You made me more uncomfortable than you will ever know,

and

Thank you.

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