Created 07/17/2012 - 10 months ago
Light skin and silky hair has long been the standard for beauty across many parts of the world. Entertainment and fashion industries tend to promote Caucasian features, either choosing models that fit that image or using technology to remake them.
On @AJStream: Can #NaturalHair movement by African American women upend eurocentric ideals of beauty forever? | http://t.co/PLaRNV0C
RT @LeftSentThis: To perm and weave, or not to perm and weave? That is the question here. Are Black women going back to their "roots?" http://t.co/zr3Kfyzw
RT @mmbilal: Watch: Roots of beauty: Is #naturalhair a trend or a movement? http://t.co/F8svrI0T @afrobella breaks it down on @AJStream
RT @naturalnigerian: My fav news station takes on d subject: Roots of beauty. Is natural hair a trend or a movement?http://t.co/GBHmjAEu #naturalhair @AJEnglish
It's a trend, it's very hard to imagine common women giving up their products #naturalhair http://t.co/BYHk9d0F via @AJStream
Roots of beauty: Is #naturalhair a trend or a movement? Watch our episode with @afrobella here: http://t.co/igSSvmf9