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David Babaii For Wildaid to Benefit Wildlife Conservation
David Babaii For Wildaid to Benefit Wildlife Conservation
David Babaii For Wildaid, an innovative new brand of professional haircare products and styling tools, with a percentage of the revenue from the line to benefit the global wildlife conservation organization WildAid.
Textured Tresses
Textured Tresses
Textured hair styles like locs, braids, twists, cornrows, and knots are all the rage, adorning the heads of celebrities, athletes, and everyday folk now more than ever before.
Cut-A-Thon to help Kids
Cut-A-Thon to help Kids
Pivot Point International is sponsoring a Cut-A-Thon to raise money for the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) on May 25, National Missing Children’s Day.
Don Imus Should Shut His Mouth
Don Imus Should Shut His Mouth
His April 4 comments denigrating the Rutgers women’s basketball team are appalling. Can anyone tell us what one’s hairstyle has to do with one’s ability to play basketball?
Christo to host HIV/AIDs Fundraising Event
Christo to host HIV/AIDs Fundraising Event
On May 14, Christo of NYC's Christo of Fifth Avenue will host "Awaken the Beauty Within," an event to raise money for Iris House
Nappies and Wannabes!
Nappies and Wannabes!
The Don Imus controversy has landed Mosetta on the |Joyner show EARLY Tuesday morning -- 5:50 AM -- to join their broadcast-long discussion of Black Hair.
Hair Rules! By Anthony Dickey
Hair Rules! By Anthony Dickey
Hair-care and style expert A. Dickey has written Hair Rules! to end the frustration faced by women with curly hair every day.
Curls Captured in one of The New Yorker's Famous Cartoons
Curls Captured in one of The New Yorker's Famous Cartoons
The March 19, 2007, issue of "The New Yorker" featured a cartoon that is a curlyhead's dream.