This is back in the 1920’s…No that’s not a weave!
Oh! The horror of weaves…Unsanitary utensils can lead to a breeding ground for bacteria, cause abyss on the head…and permanent baldness…Ladies is all this worth it — to hide your God-given naturalness?
You Know It’s a Ghetto Salon…When… (courtesy of DebraDickerson.com) 1. All the stylist wear house slippers 2. Four people are booked for the same 1:00 appt. 3. Your stylist calls You at her salon talkin’ ’bout, “I overslept but I’m on my way.” 4. The Asian man from the carryout comes to personally take food orders 5. Revolving-door hustlers peddle
This photo was in an Amtrak ad that appeared in Essence a few years ago. Blogger: Brunsli http://brunsli.blogspot.com/search/label/hairhas a discussion on whether the model is wearing fake or reallocs. Or perhaps she has added extensions to her natural locs.No matter, it is rare to see a loc sister in any major corporate ad. Some folks were
(Photo courtesy of http://nappyme.wordpress.com) The Kink — Spirals like the DNA Molecule.The DNA spiral is the program for alllife.Perhaps one day, we will regard our kinkiness as divine as the ancients did,calling kinks, the spiraling hair of the Gods.
Checking out an article by Djehuty Ma’at-Ra — He reminded the reader that Perms are not Permanent! dherbs.comHe went on to school us about what Kwame Ture (formerly Stokely Carmichael) said in the rap song by KRS-One — Ya Strugglin’: No matter how hard you try to disguise yourself, it can’t be done. Africa is so strong, that regardless of what you put in your hair, she will
Blow drying…Okay. Weave drying on the clothesline… Ridiculous!!!
Many Sisters are repressing their NATURAL TEXTURE instead of embracing it!
(photo courtesy – Boston Globe/Evan Richman)The Sisterlock movement is alive! Sisterlocksoriginated in 1993, by Dr. JoAnne Cornwell,professor at San Diego State University.Here’s an article from January 6, 2008 Boston Globe by Meghan Irons.Sisterloctician Martine Bernard, explained that,“It’s healing hair….We are healing some of the ingrained feelings about our hair….God does not make mistakes.”