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My Road To Being A Black Woman With Natural Hair
Knight CUNYJ fellow, Indiana University senior, editorial inte...
I know that once I begin my career search, my natural hair will be frowned upon. But then again, why would I want to work for an employer who can't appreciate my race and all it has to offer?
Natural Hair In Review, 2015: Weave (Glue and Tracks), Creamy Crack and Wigs Are Being Left Behind
Patti R. Rose, MPH, Ed.D
President of Rose Consulting, Author, Blogger
So for the New Year (2016), I hope that the creamy crack, weaves (glue and tracks) and wigs will continue to be left behind for Black women. Also, departing from straightening combs, flat irons, and blow dryers will be an added move toward self-love, in terms of embracing natural hair.
My Embarrassing Hairstyle Evolution Through The Years
Arlene Nisson Lassin
Many women find a good hair look or hairstyle and stay with it for years on end. Others, like me, have an uncontrollable desire to create new looks. If there was a hairstyle, a fad, a trend, you name it, from the sixties on, my poor unfortunate hair was the victim.
4 More Reasons '80s Childhoods Weren't as Great as We Think
Author, Blogger, and Mother
People ran amok in the world thinking that because they were accepted into a publication, their work was good. There is no such problem these days. Thanks to the tireless work of commenters, we know pretty fast that our work didn't hit the mark with every person in the universe.
These Guys Are Bringing Back The '70s Male Perm
Your dream of looking like your Aunt Ruth is finally a reality.
Facebook user Kelly Kerby
28 Real Perms That Epitomize 'Big Hair, Don't Care'
The perm, aka the "permanent" wave, was probably one of our biggest regrets back in the '80s and '90s. It required applying
The Not So Big Bangs Theory
Blogger at NanaHood.com
Had I just uncovered a conspiracy? Were all moms in the 50s and 60s trying to make their daughters look like tiny replicas of Mamie Eisenhower?
10 Reasons Why Being a Kid in the '80s Was the Best
writer, editor, blogger at Mommy, for Real
Despite being somewhat aesthetically unappealing, we children of the '80s had it pretty good.
Sunne's Gift's: 10 Reasons Why All Little Black Girls Should Rock Natural Hair
Author of Sunne's Gift: How Sunne Overcame Bullying to Reclaim...
I have a four year-old and a one year-old and I can't imagine putting a relaxer in their hair because, like most kids their ages, they are busy-bodies. My mother relaxed my hair when I was four years old and my sister got her first relaxer when she was three. It really boggles my mind now.
Bruce Willis Sports A Perm On 'Fallon' (VIDEO)
You've always wanted to see Bruce Willis with a perm, right? Perm Week on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" will bring you just
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What Would You Erase From Your Life?
American blogger based in London
I've always believed that regret is a central component of adulthood. But many of our regrets are really longings, so we wouldn't want to erase them, because they define who we are.
STYLE & BEAUTY
The Perm Is Back
Ms. Lamarre might be so bullish on perms because, when she came of age circa 1999, super-straight hair, as worn by Gwyneth
Hair and Ego Part Three: Happy Client Equals Happy Me?
The perm fiasco of sixth grade may have been earth shattering to my ego, but it did nothing to quell my desire for curly hair -- I wanted those lustrous waves more than ever.
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