In recent years, black women have been embracing and loving their natural hair, ditching chemicals and using protective hairstyles to diversify their hair. There was some kind of shift in the universe because black women started cutting short their relaxed her opting to start their natural hair journeys through locking their hair and letting … More The Art Of Black Hair And The Women Whose Hair Inspires Us
I was first introduced to Bulbulia Threads on the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Joburg runway this August and I instantly fell in love with the brand and the amazing work done by Tasleem Bulbulia who has been in the fashion industry for over 20 years (If you ask me she does not look a day over … More Bulbulia Threads In The Streets Of Johannesburg
So a few months ago I met photographer Edward Odonkor at an event and he was really impressed by my outfit so much that he decided that we should have a photo shoot. Model: Vuyiso Tshabalala Photographer: Amarte Photo Make-up Artist: Mapule Maile Designer: Kuda Matiza Brand Name House Of Hohwa House Of Hohwa is a … More Afrikan Princess X Amartephoto X House Of Hohwa
So lately I have been seeing these groups on facebook that aim to stop black women from having weaves because they apparently look less “African” or something along those twisted lines. An Afro does not make anyone more African than the next person. I once had a hairstyle that looked like my hair, it was … More Stop the weave blah blah blah blah…………..