Naturally Fierce Feature: Bryanna

 My name is Bryanna Morris I’m from New jersey and I am 22 years old. How long have you been natural? Going on 4 years  What motivated you to transition? Were you a transitioner or a Big Chopper& why? I had been wearing sew-ins for a couple months and when I went to the Salon to get my next one My Stylist, who also happens to be my best friend talked me into to big chopping. By that point she was natural and was trying to talk us all into joining. She eventually got us. Now our entire crew is … [Read more...]

Naturally Fierce Feature: Katia

My name is Katia Dowdell. I am a 27 year old freelance graphic designer from Auburn, Alabama. I work in a Youth Development Center. My hair journey has been an upward climb. I love my hair more now than I have throughout the entire process. I am still at the "twa stage" and like most naturals, I can't wait to see my hair grow into a real "jaw-dropper!"How long have you been natural?I've been completely natural since January of 2013 (I'm a newbie). What motivated you to go natural? The … [Read more...]

Naturally Fierce Feature: Chanel

I'm a 30-something, single mom from New York, currently residing in Boston MA. How long have you been natural? I've been natural almost two and a half years. I have not had a relaxer since I was about 4 months pregnant with my last child of 2010. What motivated you to go natural? Were you a transitioner or a Big Chopper & why? I had my hair braided shortly before I went into labor and continue to do so for the next year. I was never real big fan of weaves but had decided to get … [Read more...]

Naturally Fierce: Shoniqua

My name is Shoniqua Shandai and I am a performer in Hollywood, CA. I began my education in African Dance at 2 years old. I’ve been harmonizing with Tina Turner since before I could walk and have been in at least two different acting courses every year since 2004. I’m trained. Haha! Most recently, I’ve had the honor of playing the starring role in Mud Puddle Film’s newest feature “Zola Jumped In.” I absolutely love what I do, but so does over 108,000 other black girls in Los Angeles. And … [Read more...]