Vogue fashion magazine captures the natural beauty of black Servicewomen who have recently been allowed to wear their natural hair on duty. This is an astounding progression for black women all over the world.
Although the old days have gone, for better or worse, they still “color” a period and enable other moods and trends to develop, especially for Italian fashion.
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Culturs TV sat down with Shayla Montero in this three-part series about her spiritual awakening and her journey discovering her…
Culturs TV spoke with Shayla Montero, a multicultural poet, about her journey through her spiritual awakening and the discovery of…
Longtime entrepreneur Arlene Rivera, 55, is a has been doing hair for three decades. She operated salons in Puerto Rico before relocating to the Rocky Mountains and is a self-proclaimed “hair doctor” who believes that understanding curly and wavy hair is about more than simply knowing an individual’s ethnicity.
People with curls and locs have long endured inadvertent (and sometimes overt) microaggressions. Increasingly, however, natural hair in all its forms is all the rage.
Loma® Hair Care” offers “Naturally Inspired, Organically Infused Hair Care products. Nearly 30-years-ago “Loma®” innovated the use of organic aloe vera gel in the salon industry. They infuse pure water with concentrated organic aloe vera powder — the main ingredient in “Loma® Hair Care’s” products.
Curl-preneur Arlene Rivera — owner and founder of “Maxine’s Shears …” simplifies how best to care for your curly and wavy hair, regardless of ethnicity.
The tightness of the curl coil is not part of my philosophy. The tighter the curl the more I have to hydrate. This is Stylist and Salon Owner–Arlene Rivera’s controversial natural curls philosophy.