With salons and barbershops closed, it's all on parents. But we've got you!
Grocery stores and pharmacies don't carry the products tied to our physical and mental health.
Hair love is family love and self-love.
It's gone from an email thread to an annual celebration.
The policy targets black women who prefer to wear their hair naturally, she said.
So. Much. Beautiful. Hair.
Embrace those kinks, ladies!
"We weren't anybody's standard of beauty."
When it comes to black people, our hair, just like our skin tones, aren't a one type fits all kind of deal. And for far too long, in both our homes and in our communities, we've allowed hair discrimination to affect ourselves, and our future generations in more harmful ways than we think.