Daffie Be Proud: how to be absolutely proud of your afro!

In the first post of this year, I want to talk about my hair and Daffie Be Proud! Remember that you can still read all about my trip to Italy or my experience with IDFA and moderating. Since the start of the pandemic, I have been sharing much more about my natural hair. Both on my instagram, but also on YouTube. I have received a lot of positive reactions from sharing my natural hair and last year I even got my first collab with a Natural hair brand. Woop woop!! Yes, I received some Daffie Be Proud products to use and I did. So now I will share all my opinions with you. Let’s get into my hair en Daffie Be Proud!

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Black n’Curly: Natural Hair event in Dakar

For the first time, I went to a natural hair event orgainized by Black n’Curly in Senegal! How exciting?! As many of you know, I am natural. Also, I find it important that black women get more educated about their hair. Furthermore, naturals should also contribute to the representation of black women and girls. Also, children should not suffer due to ignorance, in terms of perms, no edges and forever having a tiny ponytail lol. All in all, I definitely wanted to see how many naturals would come, and exchange with them. Just to let them know that I’m here too! Let’s get into this Black n’Curly hair event! (more…)