The beauty booking program connects black and Hispanic women with salons that know how to care for textured hair.
I have spent plenty of shopping trips browsing the “ethnic hair care” aisle. Women of color know all too well the constant hunt for the perfect product. As our hair-care knowledge, needs and routines (not to mention the seasons) change, we restock our product drawers accordingly. From having a relaxer, to now being natural, products […]
Not only do Black women buy more cosmetics and hair care products than other ethnic groups, but those products are also more toxic.
Please help spread the word! A 13-year-old girl, JAHAIRA OZUNA, has gone missing from an Uptown health care facility on the 4700 block of Clarendon. She is 13 years old, 4'4" tall, and weighs 110 lbs. She is Latina, with black hair,Show More Summary
In Chris Rock’s 2009 documentary film, Good Hair, the poet Maya Angelou describes a black woman’s hair as her glory. “You share that glory with your family,” Angelou says, “and they get to see you braiding it, and they get to see you...Show More Summary
Target has an insane amount of beauty and grooming products. And thanks to Black Friday, they’re all 25% off when you use the code BEAUTY. Skin care products, hair care, men’s grooming, and more are marked down from brands like Everyday Jack, Soap & Glory, e.l.f., Harry’s, and more. Read more...
Two innovations promise to deliver the hairstylist of your dreams.
From The Atlantic: A few houses down, a middle-aged black woman with carefully penciled-in eyebrows and curly, graying hair answered the door. She looked at the Clinton flier and frowned. “I’m sorry, I’m voting for Trump,” she said, handing the [...]
As part of her ambassador duties for a hair care label, Ms. Fernandez will be attending events at the ongoing New York Fashion Week. The actor jetted out of NY on Wednesday evening wearing a sporty Miuniku dress with black sneakers and a fun Fendi Monster shoulder bag. Like her travel style? Fendi Demi Jour […]
What are your plans this Labor Day weekend? Barbeque? The beach? How about the Naturally Isis Braid On, Economic Liberty March and Rally in Dallas? The annual event that celebrates natural hairstyles is spearheaded by Isis Brantley, a hairstylist and natural-hair advocate. She’ll be at this year’s march and rally ... More »
Are lower levels of physical activity among African-American teens related to hair care? A new study has centralized itself around this very question.
Cheryl Dorsey faced a mirror in a Pasadena hair salon, at the beginning of an appointment that would eat up the whole morning and part of the afternoon. Her stylist, Ursula Simpson, carefully braided Dorsey’s locks before weaving in a spectacular lion’s mane of silver curls. These things take time....
Image Credit: Madam C.J. Walker Beauty/ Sundial "Black women are familiar with each others' hair care needs. We are embracing our natural beauty again." A'Lelia Bundles declared as we discussed her great-great grandmother and first black self-made millionaire Madame C.J. Show More Summary
Taliah Waajid Says Too Tight Hairstyles And Too Much Product Are Among Her Top Hair Care Mistakes Taliah Waajid has touted the benefits of going chemical free, or natural back in the early 1990s – long before it became a
Before Maria Sharapova, sleek in black, hair carefully tousled, stepped in front of the press in a Los Angeles hotel yesterday to make a “major announcement,” the rumor was that she was going to retire from tennis. After all, she isShow More Summary
It's kind of hard to shop for magical black girls especially since they have been pretty much killing the game all year. But we want to make it a little easier for you! From hair care products to skin exfoliants, we've rounded up some...Show More Summary
In her newest blog, Kenya Moore admits her Kenya Moore Hair Care launch party was a disaster and blames the party planners for that literal hot mess. She also shares her disappointment in Real Housewives of Atlanta co-star Porsha Williams...Show More Summary
One of the most subtle details of Black-ish is how carefully it depicts black hair care. We often see Bow, Zoey, and Diane with their hair wrapped at night, and they wear a range of styles from straight to curly to braided. This week's episode, however, focuses on the ways... More »
“How does one work a little madness in oneself?” Formerly charming, devil-may-care Jonathan Strange has been stricken by grief; he only cares about bringing Arabella back from the dead. He may appear mad—his long hair is disheveled, and his magical experimenting gives him the air of a mad scientist—but he’s perfectly sane. Show More Summary