Mrs. Venetiaan is the first First Lady of the Republic Suriname who wears her hair natural. She is admired for her loving, kind and inspiring spirit. I couldn't resist asking her about her beautiful short natural. Needless to say I am very thankful that she agreed to cooperate. Read along and you'll see why.
Even if you've seen her on the Nate Berkus show or in one of the many magazines that have featured her work, I wonder if you would have recognized the founder of Malene B Custom Handmade Carpets. Years ago she made decision to cut off her locs, save for a house and build her business.
An excellent testimony to the fact that curves are beautiful on a woman, Philomena Kwao is a 22 year old student who has always excelled academically. She, however, did not stop there. When Excel-Models1 and Cosmopolitan began their quest for a curvy and beautiful woman, Philomena decided to give it a shot. This young model is no fresher to the fashion industry, for she had already turned heads by bagging the title of Miss Ghana UK in the year 2008.
with Sisterlocks: I think other women are afraid to go natural because they are worried about what everyone will think. They think their lives and jobs will be affected negatively and it doesn't have to be that way!
The natural Trinidadian born Jazz singer who performed at the home of Louis Armstrong in Corona, Queens, decided that if she wanted to celebrate herself as a natural, black Caribbean woman, she should not be afraid of ANY look.
Is the 1st ever Miss Kroeshaar, Holland's Next Natural Model. The rivalry to win the natural beauty trophy was not easy. The winner shares how she approached the beauty pageant as well as her strategy to top the other eight contestants.
Part 1 of my interview with Arthur Ashe's protégé, the only tennis player with dreadlocks who ever won a grand slam. He doesn't only talk about his new CD and how Obama inspired him but also why he started locs, what his hair, his family and tennis mean to him and where gets his spirituality comes from.
Part 2 of my interview with Arthur Ashe's protégé, the only tennis player with dreadlocks who ever won a grand slam. He doesn't only talk about his new CD and how Obama inspired him but also why he started locs, what his hair, his family and tennis mean to him and where gets his spirituality comes from.
How I choose to wear my hair has sometimes automatically branded me in the minds of others as a "Rasta" or a reggae singer. When in reality, I just think it is easier than having to go sit under the hairdryer every week and having my scalp burned every two weeks. This only touches on the idea of.