My natural hair will not get the best of me! This is what I’m chanting to stay away from the creamy crack aka relaxing my hair. You readies know that it’s been a struggle and my naturalistas can relate even more. It seems like I’m constantly trying new product and my curls are always changing — daily.

So I was kinda excited to be one of 10 bloggers invited to a luncheon hosted by Motions Naturally You products and their global ambassador, celebrity hair stylist Ursula Stephens (yep I got to meet Rihanna’s hair stylist). 


After a few cocktails and hor d’oeuvres we sat down for a brief presentation of the new products. The Motions Naturally You collection includes a Moisturizing Cleanser, Smoothing Conditioner, Deep Conditioning Masque, Curl Defining Cream, Curl Hydrating Pudding, and Radiating Gloss (Don’t worry I have extras so I will be doing a giveaway soon). The products will be available in February at Walgreens, Walmart, and online at select retailers with a price point from $6.00-$7.00. We even got to ask questions and we each had a little personal chat with Ursula. Her biggest tip for me was to deep condition my hair, often.  


Whether you’re wearing your natural hair in tightly-coiled curls, loose ringlets, flowing waves or super straight, new Motions Naturally You products are specially-formulated to moisturize your hair with essential natural oils. Embrace the incredible beauty of your natural hair with Motions Naturally You. For more information visit them at

Check out a few images from the event courtesy of Glam Media.

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Q. Don’t be shy, share your natural hair tips below in the comment section.

Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Motions via Glam Media.  The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Motions

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  1. February 3, 2012 / 5:30 pm

    What a great event! Love beauty things.

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