via BBC News Jack Maseko was recently mugged by three men in South Africa – they wanted nothing but his mobile phone and the dreadlocks
MD-based photographer Eunique Jones wanted a fresh way to celebrate Black History Month so she transformed black children into black icons, both historic and current!
By Chinwe of Hair and Health Just like many of you, I have had both relaxed hair and natural hair. Prior to big chopping five
By Chinwe of Hair and Health When I wear my hair loose (which is rarely) it is big, kinky, … and foreign to other people.
What a creative way to share a moving and inspirational journey! Check out the video below and share your thoughts!
A couple months ago, the internet was ablaze in congratulations for a Wisconsin TV reporter who addressed negative comments a viewer made about her weight.
Not sure how we missed this one (and kudos to NaturallyCurly.com for posting the clip!) but back in September while she was a guest on
Jada Pinkett has spoken openly about her parenting style, which includes allowing her children to express themselves in how they dress and style their hair.
via FASHIONBOMBDAILY.COM Michelle Lapidos (@michellejoni) is a white, blonde woman on an Eat, Pray, Love-type journey of self-discovery. And thanks to her Afro wig, she’s learning a
VIA CLUTCH MAGAZINE “Good hair” is a loaded phrase in the black community, as it often excludes kinkier textures and tighter coils in preference of straight