You read right. Black Hair Magazine ‘Accidentally’ Has White Cover Model. I’m not sure how you accidentally have a white cover model. I had to check the sources on that one. Publications have been featuring white women in fros and braids with little or no apologize at all. No big deal, I guess. Tell me […]
Monday Chicago parent, Tionna Norris, shared on Facebook the following note from her daughter Amia’s teacher, asking her to stop using as much coconut oil in her daughter’s hair. “I understand the necessary of coconut oil on Amia’s hair, but please do not use as much. The children were complaining that her hair “stinks.” If […]
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On the list of natural hair techniques, we have pre-pooing, plopping, co-washing and many more. And to the already long list let’s add Rugging, Lamping, Towel-Ghosting and other techniques that you should try to achieve defined kinks, curls and waves!
View this post on Instagram This is what a perfect Sunday looks like. Hope you're having one, too! (#regram @styletravellove) A post shared by Allure Magazine (@allure) on Aug 2, 2015 at 7:00am PDT In Allure Magazine’s August 2015 issue an article titled, “You (Yes, You) Can Have An Afro.*” The asterisk reads: “even if […]
We’ve all heard and even experienced it time and time again. Someone gives you a back handed compliment and then grabbing for and touching your natural hair without permission. But THIS, in my opinion, takes it to another level.
As a black woman with curly hair, I’ve faced pressure to go straight. But it’s who I am, and my Trinidadian parents backed me.
QVC has come under fire for a segment it recently ran that featured its two hosts making fun of the featured model’s natural hair or some think.
Due to the abrupt stop in production and shipping of CWK Straight Plates some have call it, A SCAM. Black Girl Long Hair recently described some of the sketchiness of the campaign after exceeding its Kickstarter goal. I will admit that it did seem a little fishy. The lack of transparency and communication on the part of CWK Straight Plates developer, Kelechi Bradley also did not help put the rumors and speculation to rest.
Dr. Lisa Thompson, Prairie View A&M Professor was told by a TGF stylist “I don’t do your kind of hair”. At one point in the video, the stylist goes as way as to say “I won’t touch your hair”. Watch the video and join the conversation by leaving your comment in the Comment Section below.