Sophia Roe had never cut her hair before meeting (and putting her trust in) Renee Gadar. This transformational cut shows the importance of safe spaces for textured hair, so clients like Roe can reframe the experience Black women have when they go to the salon.
When we’ve poked around the hashtag #bowlcut, we’re seeing it worn by all genders, on all different hair types, including Afro-texture, and were intrigued to see how flattering it can be. We asked an expert cutter to give us her take on what makes The Bowl Cut a timeless option.
The World of Texture Education Summit will take place virtually on Feb. 22, and will help stylists learn about the technical nature of textured hair, business building, and the proper mindset to facilitate the best journey for their clients.
The study of epigenetics is just beginning to reveal the lasting impact of ancestral memory on the health and well-being of Black Americans. There is no overnight recovery to be had - but you can still be kind to yourself, and your hair, today.
Using skill and creative techniques, the NAHA Texture category honors artists who push the boundaries of styling natural and non-natural textures, through a high-level of expertise, skill, and versatility when working diverse hair types.
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