Hair fine as silk, thick as a lion's mane, or curly as a fry? Three top hair experts share the products they use on themselves and their celeb clients.
Though it’s entirely possible to fuck in a wig, mine was ruined after two hookups, so I wanted to find other good alternatives.
One in five Black women feel social pressure to straighten their hair for work—beyond explicit policies requiring it.
Queen Bey is all of us.
Mae J’s, named after NASA astronaut Dr. Mae Jemison, is part of The Palms, a new Black hair and beauty hub for Peckham's Afro-Caribbean community.
Natural hair stylists are everywhere nowadays, except studio budgets.
In the 2000s, early message boards served as platforms for Black women to create a community around their natural hair—and life experiences.
The transformations can be striking.
A look into what today's shows are doing (or not doing) to normalize natural hair.
When women like Gina "The Wig Witch" Knight and Untamed Collection founder Makeba Lindsay spotted a gap in the hair care market, they filled it with afro wigs and extensions.
We spoke to the creator of 'Hair Nah.'
The barbershop is one of the enduring safe spaces for the black community.