Textured Beauty: Bri
Oct03

Textured Beauty: Bri

Name: Bri  Tell us about yourself.  I grew up in Delaware, but currently reside in South Florida.  I work as a computer repair technician and I enjoy that a lot. I blog my hair journey at www.GeekyCurly.com and take photos all day for my Instagram @GeekyCurly.  My goals are to encourage others to accept the beauty that was given to them and especially teach young girls about self worth and self respect.  How long have you been...

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Latoya Headed to the World Natural Hair Show
Sep28

Latoya Headed to the World Natural Hair Show

Latoya is the latest Staff Writer to join the BlackHairMedia.com Team, she introduces herself and gives you some insight on what she will be bringing to the BHM members.

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Textured Beauty: Jennifer
Sep26

Textured Beauty: Jennifer

Name: Jennifer Tell us about yourself. I am a Preschool Teacher and the owner of two small dogs. I am also in the midst of planning my wedding. I used to dance and be very athletic; however, in recent years I find myself at the dog park and at the stove experimenting with recipes much more. In the past 2 months I’ve been working on getting back into the routine of working out and will find myself at the gym 3-4 days a week for...

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Latoya’s Hair Regimen
Sep24

Latoya’s Hair Regimen

It is very important that as you embark on your hair journey that you develop a hair regimen. It doesn’t have to be strict and it can be ever evolving. But you should at least have some level of consistency as you care for your hair. Over the last two years, I have made many tweaks to my regimen. Some techniques have remained consistent, some have been ceased, some have re-emerged. One thing has remained constant. Throughout the past...

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“What Is My Hair Type?”: Hair Texture
Sep21

“What Is My Hair Type?”: Hair Texture

  “What Is My Hair Type?” is a series focused on the various aspects of hair typing.  The most common hair typing system used is Andre Walker’s hair types (3b, 3c, 4a, 4b, 4c, etc.).  But your hair is much more than letters and numbers.  There are many other ways to describe your hair — texture, density, porosity, and elasticity.  If you are not considering all aspects of hair typing, then you may not be as well-equipped to...

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