Six African American Hairstyles that We Want to Forget
By dreahwrites, Nov 12, 2007 My recent articles talk about different modern African American Hairstyles. As I looked back at the series I wrote, hairstyles that I want to forget came to mind. Here are six African American hairstyles that I am I am sure other African Americans Want to forget: Read more»
African American Hairstyles: Dreadlocks
By dreahwrites, Nov 11, 2007 Originally, dreadlocks resulted from allowing hair to matt on its own, by not combing, brushing or cutting, causing the hair to form thick ropes. Modern dreadlocks are more stylized and fussed over. Read more»
African American Hairstyles: Weaves
By dreahwrites, Nov 11, 2007 A weave is a method used to make black hair (the hair of African Americans or women of African heritage) longer. When applied correctly, you cannot tell a weave from real hair. Read more»
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