While searching I saw this Afro. What do you think?
1st Afro Shoot The one thing I knew for sure about my book is that I wanted natural hairstyles on the cover. This was very important to me because I felt that besides the hair care information my book needed to make a case. To proof that natural hair was not difficult as it was […]
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AFRO QUEEN by Yenys On this earth I walk as a woman of African decent and ancient wise-ways. I dance on the currents of the ethereal realm wearing a bold sky-high fro till my heart’s content. Adorned in a hair-glow of honor, I exemplify the nappy-haired ancient ones. Heads turn, children stare and I smile […]
Report by Lurie Brian Favors – Photo Mireille Liong NPR recently featured Tom Burrell, author of Brainwashed: Challenging the Myth of Black Inferiority, who mentioned that in order to understand Black people, our reality and experiences in the West, you have to first recognize that “Black people are not dark skinned White people.”
To me The Afro signifies power and strength. With just a hint of militancy, it whispers to those who are listening, “I am free! And I am free to be me.”
The Valentine Afro The afro is everything but boring. It is a style you just can’t go wrong with. A style you can change from casual to chic. See how you can change your casual hair into a special Valentine’s Afro.
To me, the Afro represents the power and beauty of Africans. It is our hair in its full glory; unrestrained and beautiful. The Afro, like royalty, commands attention; it is our royal crown.