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What Do You Want To See?? 2

Hi Girly’s!!

Can you believe we are about to wrap up this year and go into a new one? While reflecting on this blog and our channel, I’m thinking of new ways to make thing better and more helpful for you and I need your help!

What would you like to see more of on the blog and channel? I want to hear from you!! What are your struggles with your daughters natural hair? What kind of tutorials would be helpful to you? This is your chance to let me know what you want to see and I’m open to hear and will do my best to deliver!!

So don’t be shy! Share your ideas and suggestions and We can get the new year going with a bang!!!

Thanks so much to all of you who have supported us from day 1 and for all of you who have found us throughout the years and given your encouraging words and support and for all of you who share your cute Brown Girls pics with us on Facebook and Instagram! We really appreciate each and everyone of you!!

This is a funny pic right? LOL!
Share your ideas in the comments below so that I can have all of them in one place that I can pull from! Thanks in advance!


2 Quick Cornrow Styles

Hi Girlies,

I just want to share with you 2 quick cornrow hairstyles that I have done on Brown Girls Hair over the past month or so. I did these styles on days that I was in a rush or just didn’t feel like doing hair.

These are great go-to styles for times that you just really don’t feel like doing hair!

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Cornrow Style I
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Cornrow Style II

If you follow us on Instagram, you have already seen both of these! If not, follow us so that you don’t miss the styles we do in between video’s. Plus, you get to share your styles and see the many cute styles of other Brown Girls Hair!!


Brown Girls Adventures with Mickey & Shamu!!

We took a family vacation last week and I thought I would share a few pictures of Brown Girls Adventure with Micky and Shamu!

Our first stop was a Jekyll Island! Brown Girl had a great time swimming with her cousins. Unfortunately, she got sun burn while swimming, but it didn’t stop her from having fun! Thank God it wasn’t painful for her. We certainly won’t go without the sunscreen again!!
The next stop was Orlando, Florida to visit Sea World and Magic Kingdom. She has already been to Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
If you’ve never been, it is an awesome but VERY expensive trip! BE prepared to take out a second mortgage especially if you have more than 2 children….geesh!!
 *Side note* I suggest you take your kids between the ages of 5-10. Ages 8-10 are perfect because…
1. They are independent (can eat and go to the bathroom alone, no diapers and bottles) 
2. They will remember it (won’t be sleep in a stroller) and 
3. They will appreciate it more (won’t be crying for a bottle or because they are hot and irritated!)
4. Last but not least, They can wait in those LLLOOOONNNGG lines. The waits can be more than 1.5 hours for some of the attractions.
For the life of me I don’t understand why people take infants to Disney…but it ain’t my money so I’ll move on……. The second stop was Sea World!
Sea World reminded me a lot of the Aquarium in Atlanta. It is a ocean adventure. They have all types of sharks, sting rays, dolphins, whales etc. We had a great time at Sea World. We went in July which is the rainiest time for Orlando so they weren’t able to do the dolphin or Shamu show due to lightening but we still had a great time and were able to experience the sea otters show.
Brown Girls 2 oldest brothers weren’t able to come (they are grown 20 & 23) maybe next time!

Is Brown Girl Mixed? This picture should answer that question! LOL!!

Brown Girl is scared to death of Jelly Fish but she’s always eager to see them!

Next Stop…..Magic Kingdom

In my opinion, you need at least 2 days in each park to really experience them fully with the exception of Sea World. Sea World can be covered in one full day. I hope you enjoyed looking at our pictures.
A video of how I cared for her hair while on vacation is coming soon! 
 Are you going anywhere fun for vacation? Share your pictures with us on Instagram. Use #browngirlshair


Side Cornrows Tutorial on Natural Girls Hair


Brown Girls Hair Cornrows Natural Kids

Brown Girls Hair

This is a cute and super easy style that will last for at least a week!
Step 1
Make a cornrow around her edges. I like to do this to keep her edges neat.
Step 2
Make a slanted part and cornrow the hair to the edge and stop. I put a hair clip on to keep the cornrow from unraveling.
Step 3
Repeat Step 2 above all the way down.
Step 4
Take the remaining hair and cornrow it down to the end!
That’s it! A quick and simple style that you can repeat all year long!