Sierra Michelle


About Sierra Michelle

Sierra Michelle is the founder and writer for Natural Hair Junkies. Sierra is also a Usui Reiki Master Practitioner, Certified Natural Healer. She also guest blogs, does public relations, management and brand marketing. While being a full-time Mother and student, dual majoring in both Psychology and Business Administration. She works full time, 9 to 5, while fulfilling her passions in writing, and creating jewelry. Sierra is an aspiring Yogi, learning the art of chakra balance through crystals and meditation. She crafts body and beard butters on the weekends and desires to spread her positivity to every being possible. Peace & Light

Tea Tree Oil for Your Hair – Everything You Should Know

Tea tree oil for your hair: everything you should know Women are always looking for the perfect way to keep their locks looking luscious. After all, their hair is by far the best way to make a statement, styling it to fit any outfit and occasion. If you’re amongst the […]


How to Use Argan Oil for Hair Growth

How To Use Argan Oil For Hair Growth As you can see, hair plays a vital role in a woman’s beauty. That’s why they are always finding the ways which can help them to have beautiful hair. For somebody that is facing hair problems such as hair loss, split ends, […]


The French Braid Chronicles

January and February have come and gone at this point. So much has happened this year, that took me dowwwnnnn and I mean both literally and figuratively. My grandfather passed *insert deep cry*, I got the flu & probably bronchitis too, and a few other things. And with all of […]


A Heart’s Desire

These last few days have felt like I was living in the twilight zone. Closing myself off from the people that care about me, to just try to find some rationale about the turn my life has taken and just where I need to be mentally. Stressful, is an understatement. […]


The Moment I Began to Honor Myself, Life Changed

The majority of my life has been me placing the emotions and feelings of others over mine. I would internalize what was happening around me or to me, and I would struggle to express how I felt and just trapped it all inside. I subjected myself to treatment that I did not deserve. All because I was trying to be the person that I felt that other people deserved. I also assumed that people would shift how they treated me IF I continued to treat them well. Boy, was I wrong.