cNapp Pride…Spread the Word!

Ok…I had a burst of creative energy over the holiday break and decided to make some banners. One declares pride in the texture of our cNapp hair and both provides advertising for If ya haven’t gotten the word yet, it’s a thriving little forum that I started earlier this year that caters to women who have undefined (as in no curl or wave pattern) nappy hair. In other words, we don’t have the type of hair that’s typically defined as “good” hair. Instead, each individual strand of hair (which may or may not coil) takes its own separate route and creates a puffy, cloudy, cottony mass of hair; hence the term cNapp (pronounced see-Napp). And in spite of us not having clumpy coils or waves, we think we’ve got some pretty special hair and together we’re learning how to care for it, love it and nurture it so that it thrives to its fullest potential. Cause at cNappymeNow, we believe that as long as your hair is healthy it’s all good hair.

So if you’re a cNapp you can help spread the word. Feel free to download either or both banners and proudly display them in your hair albums, blogs and on your web sites to show the love you have for your hair and to point others to — one of the best sources on the Internet for sharing information about cNapp hair!


Had another burst of creative energy. Enjoy!

3 Responses to “cNapp Pride…Spread the Word!”
  1. Batyah says:

    I’ll be looking forward to T-shirts (Spring/Summer 2008) with these logos, especially with the ‘cNapp sistah’ on the front!

  2. Latrese says:

    My birthday is in March and I had wanted to get my hair flat ironed straight just that one day for my birthday mind you I am not going to put anymore heat on my hair before or after it is just going to be for this one occasion and I just wanted to know if that would be a good idea if it was just once.

  3. nappyme says:

    Hi Latrese…
    I’m not a heat advocate…period. And it’s really as simple as that. Heat is damaging…it doesn’t matter how often you do it. And EVERY time you do it you risk major damage that cannot be undone. But I say to you, do what you want. If you choose to straighten you know the potential consequences so at this point it becomes an informed decision. And if it turns out badly for your nappy hair, then you’ll just have to deal with the consequences accordingly.


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