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
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It’s about to be beach and swimming pool season and those of us with natural hair – heck, let’s just say black hair in general – are about to encounter a universal, life long struggle. What do we do with our hair when it’s time to get in the water? That’s me, in the... Show More Summary
Hair oils, leave-in conditioners, bonnets and even du-rags: SLAPS founder Grace Eleyea had tried just about every hair product and accessory to lock in much-needed moisture to her short and fine hair. After experiencing severe hair breakage...Show More Summary
Delphine ramps the misandry up to eleven, and also breaks Cosima's poor heart.
AnnaSophia Robb rocks a little black dress while attending the John Frieda Hair Care Beach Blonde Collection Party at the Garage on Thursday evening (February 5) in New York City. The 21-year-old actress was joined by Charlotte McKinney, the model who got famous after her Carl’s Jr. Super Bowl commercial caused major controversy. PHOTOS: Check [...]
There are thousands of salons in Washington, D.C. Of those salons, a small number specialize in natural, or “black” hair care. In the five years that I lived there, I visited 12, and eventually selected one that charged a minimum of $20 extra to style my hair. (The added fee, I... More »
by Gabrielle Allen, Black women seem to suffer from a common problem which are thinning edges. I am not saying that it’s exclusive to our race but we do wear weaves and braids more than any race of people I know in existence in this day and edge. Take my mother for example. She told me Keep Reading ?
African-American women know well the work and time it takes to keep their hair healthy, styled and maintained. But what happens when you’re the non-black parent of an African-American girl? How does one learn the ins and outs of curls...Show More Summary
DigitasLBi has just released “A Girl’s Got to be Free,” a new digital spot for John Frieda’s Frizz Ease Hair Care products. Set at night in New York, the 60-second video features a team of rogue women dressed in black who make their way to Ellis Island. Show More Summary
Well... at least she isn't holding a gun on stage again we guess. In a gruesome new Instagram photo, Madonna strikes a decidedly unsexy pose, despite wearing some black lingerie. That's because our attention is drawn elsewhere; To the...Show More Summary
Madonna launched her own skin care line in Japan - People StyleWatch The best hair moments from Instagram: NYFW edition - HuffPost Style The red and black manicure has taken over Fall 2014 - InStyle Hannah Bronfman shares tips on how...Show More Summary