Different Hair = Different Hair Products
Jan13

Different Hair = Different Hair Products

Kinky, curly, straight, coarse, fine, thick – the differences are endless when it comes to African-American hair. Combine a few of these conditions and you might be dealing with a daily headache.   It’s no mystery that African-American hair not only looks and feels different, but did you know it’s also structurally different? Ethnic hair actually grows in a spiral, which makes it more susceptible to breakage.   Researchers have...

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Textured Beauty: Bernadette
Sep19

Textured Beauty: Bernadette

Name: Bernadette Hair’s Name (if applicable): People name their hair?? Tell us about yourself.  Tobacco Use Prevention Health Educator/Waitress/Soon to be Language and Culture Assistant in Spain. Hobbies: Eating, Cooking, Cutting up with friends, appreciating bourbon and whiskey, pole dancing/fitness, reading (most magazines and Huntington Post articles these days, but I finally got a kindle so books will be back as soon as I find the...

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Overcoming Traction Alopecia in Black Women in Three Easy Ways
Apr13

Overcoming Traction Alopecia in Black Women in Three Easy Ways

A hair in the head is worth two in the brush.  ~Oliver Herford Have you ever seen a woman with a wide hair part, wide enough to know that she lost some hair from that region or stared fascinated as a young woman walks by and the side of her hair and the frontal hairline are completely gone or extremely sparse and wondered what was the issue with their hair? Well that issue is called traction alopecia, it is a condition where the...

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