Tag: Hair

Mariam Ibrahim’s Natures WavesTM Moving to a New Address

Greetings Family!Nature WavesTM Is Relocating Business To Accommodate a growing clientele.Where: 1401 Ellesmere Road Unit 102 When: On April 9, 2019, My email Nwaves90@hotmail.com and phone.  number  647-781-8932  remains the same. Many many Thanks and Gratitude! 🏾Looking forward to seeing you and to continue providing the best…

On a Personal Note Audio Story on CD Baby

Here is a story to buy about black hair: https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/donnakaycindykakonge4

Talking About Hair Today

It is now 9:17 p.m. on November 6, 2017, and as the times get busier, I have found a more simple routine to beautify. I wash my hair daily. Many times I wash at night. It helps my hair to lock better. I still…

What Happened to the Afro?

My hair obsession that has turned into a hair acceptance also turned into a book called What Happened to the Afro? Here is some video was taken in Uganda in 1996 or 1997 of a braiding session going on in Kampala. You can buy…

Buy The Politics of Black Hair: An Online Course – Check Out the Pages Section of this Magazine to Find out where you can buy it!

  Enjoy!

Malawian Hair Laws

Abstract The first female president of Malawi in Southern Africa took office on April 7, 2012 (Wallace, 2012, May 22). Another monumental occurrence on this day is that Joyce Banda, the current female president of Malawi, wears her hair in its natural African texture…

Get radical (originally published on Canoe.ca)

In Beauty, Writing (all kinds) on December 7, 2008 at 17:23 Trends in hair fashions are keeping tempo with music and other media. Looks change from the rock and roll and out of bed, straight with no frizz and shiny as a mirror like…

Hair – by Donna Kakonge (published December 1999/January 2000 – Panache Magazine)

In Beauty, Media Writing, Opinion, Technology, Writing (all kinds) on November 2, 2008 at 14:27 Back in the mid-80s, watching Oprah Winfrey’s bouncing and behaving hair was like a dream come true. I never knew that black hair could do that. I rushed to…

The Master Weaver (originally published with Pride Newsmagazine)

Rose Hibbert and Christos Cox creates magic with Donna Kakonge’s hair The Master Weaver With her 1992 red and black Volkswagen Jetta, Hibbert drove me up to Hair & Wigs on the Danforth in Toronto to get the 150 per cent real human cuticle…

Best Loctician in Town at Urban Textures Salon – NOW EMPORIA in Yorkville

Mariam Ibrahim the best loctician in town for natural Black hair will soon be at Urban Textures Salon NOW NAMED EMPORIA in Toronto for two days a week. Check out Mariam`s Facebook page for more details: https://www.facebook.com/natupnewbeing?fref=browse_search Urban Textures Salon NOW NAMED EMPORIA is…

Real Life Black Hair Exhibit You Can Touch in NYC’s Union Square

Check out this link: http://colorlines.com/archives/2013/06/real_life_black_hair_exhibit_you_can_touch_in_nycs_time_square.html

Black Hair Online – Making Your Social Network Image Work For You

Worried about your hairstyle for your Facebook page? Thinking of how good you look to others on LinkedIn or Twitter? Make sure you get the best out of your hairstyle and present the best image you can online. It is important! We live in…

Hair Stop and Shop Inc. Reports First Lady Michelle Obama’s Influence on the Wig Industry

The Politics of Black Hair: An Online Course

http://commonground.cgpublisher.com/product/pub.30/prod.3076 Enjoy!

Queen Latifah to Host 2010 P&G Beauty & Grooming Awards

COVERGIRL spokesmodel and film, TV and music industry superstar to bring Hollywood glamour to the second-annual awards ceremony in Toronto. October 25, 2010 @ 07:30AM TORONTO, ON – P&G Beauty & Grooming is rolling out the red carpet for industry royalty as Queen Latifah…

A Hairpiece – My Hair Story

My first hobby was playing hairdresser to my Barbie dolls. I had my childhood in the 70s and 80s but I was not much different from Black children in the 40s who chose White dolls over Black dolls in a landmark study that lead…

A Hairpiece – My Hair Story

My first hobby was playing hairdresser to my Barbie dolls. I had my childhood in the 70s and 80s but I was not much different from Black children in the 40s who chose White dolls over Black dolls in a landmark study that lead…

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