It’s Sensational, Joe Louis Hair Pomade” – around in the 1940s. Joe Louis wasWorld Heavyweight Champion from1937-1952.
(Photo: 50s Jazz Singer Bette McLaurin) Bette McLaurin
Julia burst on TV in 1968. Diahann Carroll was the first sister to star in her own sitcom. She was a nurse. Julia wore wigs. We never saw her real hair. However, Julia brought dignity and class into our living rooms.
This sister knows how to work her naturallybeautiful hair.Can you guess who she is? Remember a season of America’s NextTop Model? Eva Pickford knocked her off: Ya Ya Da Costa…& she is now the Whitney Houston in the Lifetime movie.
Rosalind Cash was a Locs Trailblazer in Hollywood.And she didn’t hide her naturalness underneath a wig.The Sister refused to play stereotypical roles. You know,the maids, slaves, and Aunt Jemimas.Rosalind Cash left the planet in 1995, at the age of 57.
The Young, Black, and Fabulous blog nailed it, calling Jermaine Jackson a wax museum piece. And check out his hair. It looks like tarred asphalt on crack.
See Naomi Campbell’s damaged hairline due toconstantly gluing fake hair to the hairline; wearing lace-front wigs.This nonsense has to stop. She, like many otherSisters are ruining their hair & hairline; being sucked into a mindless straight-hair psychosis.
According to Mane and Chic Beyonce pays about $50,000 for 1 customized lace-front wig.The mesh part is handmade from Swiss lace.Each strand of hair is transplanted one-by-one into micro-openingsin the wig cap. It gives the illusion that hair is growing directlyfrom the scalp.All this for an erroneous perception of reality.
Should Negro Men Marcel Their Hair? This was the title of theabove article from Jet magazine on September 24, 1953.Some folks back in the day said marcel or processed hair; also knownas konked hair looked, “sissified” on Brothers.A konk-wearer explained, “We don’t look any more sissified than themen of Victorianian times who powdered their wigs or wore pompadours.” The
This Black Barbie comes with a hair weave attachment…What messages are we sending our little girls about theirhair?