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• Glamour magazine conducted a survey, and found that only 7% of women say they love their hair. Even with such a paltry percentage of women feeling their tresses, black women (in true form) were more likely to vote in the affirmative, with 14% of us reporting that yes, we are quite content...

Photo: Getty Images We've always known that our House of Styleco-host has killer hair, but now it's official! In a story that ran this morning,The New York Times proclaimedKarlie Kloss to have THE haircut of the year, and who's going to argue with that? The supermodel surprised everyone...

Have you ever pulled your tight curl and witnessed just how long it is? Are we our own worst enemy when it comes to growing black hair? Many years ago we were tricked into thinking that our hair in its natural state is ugly. Since this thought process took over, as Black women we've...

Benjamin says one of the reasons for the high obesity rate among black women has to do with our high-maintenance coifs. "Often times you get women saying, 'I can't exercise today because I don't want to sweat my hair back or get my hair wet.' When you're starting to exercise, you look for...

You are here: Home / Fashion / Hearts on Sleeves! | How the Fashion Flock Says, ‘Be Mine' – New York Times (blog) Hearts on Sleeves! | How the Fashion Flock Says, ‘Be Mine' – New York Times (blog) February 7, 2011 By vip admin Leave a Comment New York Times (blog) Hearts on Sleeves! | How...

" claims the New York Times every month or so. Monocles are the new glasses, glamor shots are the new selfies, and winter is the new summer. The New York Times has even written trend pieces about how absurdly introspective New York Times trend pieces are. Yet, today it asks this: "Are Tiaras...

The men and women in the ads are rarely resting quietly. They are forever traveling or disembarking from helicopters, yachts and planes in which legroom does not appear to be an issue. No one in a Michael Kors ad flies commercial. Women are occasionally pictured on the phone — perhaps calling...

Relaxers and flat irons are being replaced with curling creams and deep conditioners. More than ever, Black women are tossing the strict European beauty standards of smooth hair and embracing their coils instead. But, despite the shift, according to a new study, Black teens still prefer...

A special thanks to writer Jon Caramanica, The New York Times, Black Ivy and the individuals who chimed in during the article. "The New York Times Style section gives an in-depth look at the rise of lifestyle bloggers Street Etiquette in a recent article titled "Pushing The Boundaries Of...

 

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