Single Dad Teaches Men How To Style Their Daughters’ Hair

Darious Bland had to step into the role of “mom” when he became a single father almost seven years ago. The Alabama native had no experience on how to comb his daughter’s hair, but has since become somewhat of an expert, so he’s sharing his tips and tricks with fellow dads. On May 21st, she hosted an interactive workshop, “Can Daddy Do My Hair?” in … Continue reading Single Dad Teaches Men How To Style Their Daughters’ Hair

Empire Actress Serayah McNeill Fronts Multicultural Hair Brush Line

Actress Serayah McNeill will be the face of Wet Brush’s new collection called TxturePro, a line of three tools meant to detangle curly, kinky, way and coiled hair. The actress is well-known for her voluminous natural head of curls, and will promote the line which will feature a detangler, extension brush and wave comb. The hair tools are available in three different colors and aim … Continue reading Empire Actress Serayah McNeill Fronts Multicultural Hair Brush Line

Gabrielle Union Is Launching A Multicultural Hair Care Line

Gabrielle Union is following in the footsteps of actresses such as Jessica Alba and Jennifer Aniston, with the launch of a new line called Flawless. The 10 piece collection will debut at Flawlesshair.com on March 1 and in stores nationwide at Ulta Beauty and Ulta.com starting April of 2017. To create the line, the actress teamed up with the developers of Macadamia Beauty LLC. Products … Continue reading Gabrielle Union Is Launching A Multicultural Hair Care Line

Multiethic Kids Can Now Have Dolls With Natural Hair

Natural hair is becoming mainstream and popularized. We saw an entire movement dedicated to the trend during fashion week, and now the movement has taken a new shape in the form of dolls. I remember playing with Barbie dolls as a kid and I had one dark-skinned African-American doll who had jet-black straight hair down to her waits. I never questioned why she didn’t have … Continue reading Multiethic Kids Can Now Have Dolls With Natural Hair

Quest for the Perfect Blow-Out: Dry Bar NYC Review

Post by Jolevette Ever since my hairdresser left New York City, I have been on the hunt to find a suitable replacement. I was very hesitant to trust my natural curly hair to just anyone. I wanted someone to not just blow out my hair when I wanted it straight, I wanted someone who would teach me how to take care of my unruly hair. … Continue reading Quest for the Perfect Blow-Out: Dry Bar NYC Review

Solange’s “Don’t Touch My Hair” Honors Black Beauty

In Solange Knowles’ new album, “A Seat At The Table,” the singer opens up with “Rise,” an intro that sets her album’s sultry Sade-eque tone. If you are a fan of her older sister Beyoncé, then this may not be the album for you since there are no songs that make you want to get up and hit the dance floor. This is the type … Continue reading Solange’s “Don’t Touch My Hair” Honors Black Beauty