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In many states, legislators and scientists are calling for an end to natural hair bias by employment, education and housing gatekeepers.
Want to grow longer tresses? Popular wisdom says protective hairstyles are the way to go--but some claim they may do more harm than good.
There are so many girls who have long, thick, healthy hair that grows without a problem. Once the straightening begins, however, watch out!
There are many exercise-friendly styles to choose. LiveStrong.com presents several styling options for fitness veterans and ladies.
Braid extensions are a fashionable to reach your hairstyle goals. But extended wear can lead to hair breakage and in extreme cases baldness.
It’s fun to experiment with wigs and other add-ons, but don’t forget to care for your own tresses while you try different faux-hair styles.
A new study shows that styling methods like braids and weaves may cause African-American women to suffer scarring hair loss.
Painfully tight braids and weaves might be the culprit behind baldness and scalp scarring in middle-age African-American women
Take the Real Health challenge and see. (Note: Some questions have multiple answers.)
Plaited hair is a great way to change your look or go from chemically processed to all-natural hair.
But while braids are easy to maintain and last on average three months, it can be a challenge to keep them looking attractive.
Pulling hair tight in cornrow styles and attaching extensions may lead to hair loss, especially if the hair is chemically straightened.
A stress-free transition from relaxed to natural is possible if you give delicate African-American tresses enough TLC.
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