Hair News & Culture Articles
U.S. Army Lifts Ban on Locs, Turbans and Facial Hair
The Army Regulation 670-1 has been revised to show more racial and religious inclusion after years of practicing unjust grooming rules against locs and turbans.
Why and How You Should Challenge the Status Quo This Black History Month
I appreciate the added melanin to my news feeds throughout February, but I often question if reading someone’s social post is truly teaching me.
This Valentine's Day, Keep Falling in Love With Yourself
Appreciate your solitude on Valentine's Day; go to your mental and spiritual happy place, indulging in every single drop of it, guilt-free.
The Untangled Truth About Loving Your Natural Hair
The best way to check your root issues is one strand at a time.
There's Still a Stigma Against Natural Hair (This Study is Proof)
The Perception Institute's "Good Hair" Study is the first to examine implicit and explicit attitudes related to black women’s hair.
I Went to the DevaCurl Buildup Buster Launch Event!
You may have heard of this ingredient before as it is used in some skincare products, but DevaCurl is the first to bring Micellar Water technology to hair care.
What It’s Like to Live in LA With Natural Hair
My take on the natural hair scene in The City of Angels.
February Book Club Pick: The Underground Railroad
Barack Obama had it on his reading list, will it be on yours for February?
I Applaud Zendaya's Latest YouTube Video Discussing Hair Extensions
Hopefully this will help young girls feel less inadequate about their natural features, including their hair.
What Jessica Williams Thinks About Women Who Reject Victimhood
Is the new feminism movement actually inclusive? Actress Jessica Williams spoke on the subject at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.
Natural Who Made History: Judith Jamison
The reception of the arts was once classified into separate categories: the high art and the black art. Judith Jamison merged the two.