Bobbi Kristina Shares Her Intimate Diary Secrets

Bobbi Kristina was reached out by Sophisticate’s Black Hair magazine for Dec 2012/Jan 2013 issue to get the inside scoop on a few things that touched her the most regarding fashion, beauty and hair. Read what secrets she revealed in this open response letter.

I’d describe my current style hairstyle as very long with drastic side bangs. It’s a dark chocolate jet black color with a bit of wave and body.  I may change it up, I many not—I’m a big ball of surprises;  I never know what I’m doing next.  I may do some red [color] soon and experiment. 
I love doing my own hair but Regina Jackson in Alpharetta, GA is my hairstylist. She gives me great styles. 
My personal “hair philosophy” When I was younger I had very curly hair and I didn’t want to deal with it and started wearing extensions and have ever since . I can do a lot of fun stuff with my hair with extensions. 
Our hair is special because it’s God’s given gift. Hair is a woman’s glory —like a lion with its mane.
My best hair care tips are:  do a deep conditioner after you shampoo, don’t ever “fry” your hair with a hot curler and don’t dye too much.  And always cut off split ends and take care of your natural hair.
My hair care must— haves are hair serums and gloss from Frédéric Fekkai, a flat iron and a brush.
When it comes to makeup, I must have eyeliner, concealer or, mascara and a mirror.
My beauty indulgence is perfume. I love Coach Perfume.
My latest favorite fashion items are my black high heels by Jimmy Choo and my red Dolce & Gabbana pumps. I got them from Neiman-Marcus. 
I define beauty not from the outside, but from the inside. Beauty is how you treat others and yourself. Beauty goes deeper than looks. 
I learned about beauty and style from the best in the business—my Mom and [the late celebrity artist] Roxanne Floyd (may they rest in peace). I learned everything how to blend makeup and how to look sexy.
What makes Black women truly beautiful? It’s their strength, drive, and courage to keep going even when they get knocked down.

Source Sophisticate’s Black Hair Care