When will the reality star learn?
Your fave is problematic, once again.
The things is, you'd actually be surprised - that when you finally speak to us and not at us - instead of wanting to take us, you'd undoubtedly stand with us.
For Teen Vogue, by Sarah Wu Whether you’re a braid beginner or expert plait practitioner, you’ll probably agree that any
Bantu knots may be "trendy" right now, but what you're doing is disrespectful.
This project has #blackgirlmagic written all over it.
Shani Crowe is a Chicago-based interdisciplinary artist who creates incredible braid designs inspired by traditional African hair crowns and headdresses.
Shani Crowe in a Chicago based interdisciplinary artist creating incredible braid designs inspired by traditional African hair crowns and headdresses.
Here's how to create the look: 1. Blast your roots with dry shampoo and massage them to distribute the product. If you can
If you can create a ponytail, you can replicate this hairstyle in minutes. As far as hairstyles go, it doesn't get much easier than this.
Whether there are 8 or 800 -- with bright double-ball elastic holders tight at the top and butterfly barrettes bouncing at the bottom or with cobalt blue yarn woven throughout -- braids are, and always will be, a definitive symbol of black girl culture.
From a five-strand Dutch braid to a half-up boxed fishtail bun.
We'll never grow tired of wearing braids.
Braided hairstyles are perfect for the wedding day because not only are they gorgeously intricate, but they're also versatile.