black women hairstyles

When the hairstyle hit runways last year, Redken's global creative director Guido Palau, who was the lead hairstylist at
The movement often fails to challenge the very paradigm that encouraged women to chemically process their hair and thereby prevented them from remaining natural, in the first place.
A black woman from Baltimore has been fired from her job because of her blond highlights.
"I didn't see that it would be a big issue just because there were a lot of other employees working at the restaurant of
Sounds like a brilliant idea when you consider the current trend toward natural hair. The New York Times has covered the