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Winter is here and cold temperatures are upon us. For me this means it’s time for protective styles and delays of my washdays! My three go to protective styles for the fall are twists, tuck and rolls, and buns. I often do them in that exact order to help my hairstyles last longer and to keep my hair moisturized. MORE
Over the past several weeks I have been on a search to find out what more I can do to ensure that my hair stays healthy and that I retain length. I want to make sure I get and retain the average ½ inch a month hair growth and, most importantly, that my hair is healthy. MORE
Last month, the New York Times published an online article on several successful women in business and their take on effective leadership. As each leader gave examples on the struggles they encountered along their journey to the top, they left helpful pointers on how women can rise above gender-related work conflicts. MORE
Is the space between a mother’s legs where a daughter sat to get her hair greased and braided still a sacred ground? Is the generational tradition of mother to daughter hair care still intact; or has it been transferred to the beautician’s chair? Through the weekly ritual of hair care, my mother used that time to would impregnate me with the family history. MORE
The unfortunate tragedy is that many women suffer from traction alopecia--breakage and hair loss along the hairline--due to the stress caused by tightly braided and twisted hairstyles. The great news: with proper care we can protect our hair minus the expense of our hairline. MORE