The expression of beauty through hairstyles has been a long-standing signature of Black culture. From the "fro" to hair wraps to braids, Black women use their hairstyles as a personal expression of who they are and to show the evolution of Black culture over time, an evolution which has brought us to a time when more and more Black women are embracing the natural beauty of their own hair. However, it doesn't escape controversy. Beauty, and specifically hair, in Black culture has been a sensitive topic of discussion for decades with roots all the way back to the Civil Rights Movement and beyond.
Growing up, viola noted the absence of professional hair and skin-care products for black women and set her sights on addressing the need. When Viola graduated from high school she wanted to attend a beautician school in Halifax. However, because she was of African descent she wasn’t allowed to attend...
Shopping for a new wig can be fun. Especially when you have all the right information you need and know exactly what you are in the market for. While natural hair wigs are the next best thing to have if you want to try something different with your look, figuring out which option to go for is the hard part.
In Rastafari culture, locs are seen symbolically as a natural connection with oneself and the earth. Therefore, manipulation of the hair is discouraged, instead you’re encouraged to let your hair grow freely and without constraint of
First things first !!!.... Do not use hot water to wash your lace front braided wigs because the major part of the braiding and locs are made of synthetic material.