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Course, Kinky, Ethnic and Beautiful

I have literally been so excited to do this blog post, as you can tell by the photo above, because quite frankly I am not a fan of always repeating myself, explaining why my hair is longer by 6 inches all of a sudden, or why it stands straight when I tug on it, or why you can’t touch my hair. 963 more words

Africana

Weave Wed. Etiquette Series: 4 Simple Steps to Buying Quality Extensions

Nowadays there seems to be a million hair companies selling the BEST HIGH QUALITY virgin hair everywhere. Many of these companies boast about the styling versatility and longevity of their hair. 941 more words

Hair Care

Shout out to the wigs & weaves brigade - get behind your industry!

If you are a black girl or woman who:-

  • loves and uses hair extensions, has any ideas for new hair extension and hair care products, or is really creative when it comes to hair styling;
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Weaves

Damaged Ends No More: How To Repair Damaged Extensions

As amazing as weave is, it still is human hair. There are still actions that need to be taken to ensure your hair stays amazing. Everyday styling and heating can take a toll on hair, especially extensions. 173 more words

Hair Care

WEAVE CHRONICLES: Are Weaves Really Bad for Your Real Hair?

About two weekends ago my partner in crime, Samantha of Whollyhair.com, sent me a screenshot of a tweet from MsAfghanistan2015. See tweet below. I was… 874 more words

Hair Care

The 411 on Crochet Braids Pt 1

Hello Beauties!!! Over the last couple of months I’ve been wearing one of my favorite protective styles……………Yes you guessed it, crochet braids. I’ve received so many questions and compliments about the style, products I use, and maintenance–so today I’m going to attempt to answer those questions. 426 more words

Natural Hair

Rachel Dolezal, who once lectured on the 'politics' of black hair, making ends meet by doing braids

We would have thought this was a joke post if we hadn’t seen it for ourselves in black and white in Vanity Fair.

Rachel Dolezal is doing weaves and braids to make ends meet now.

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