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Texas Pastor Bans Weaves From Congregation!

Texas Pastor Bans Weaves From Congregation!

Aug 19, 2013

Well ladies, it appears that your Brazilian bundles aren’t welcomed at this church so be prepared to leave your cares and hair at the altar! During an interview with AmericanPreachers.com, pastor A.J. Aamir of Resurrecting Faith in Waco, Texas told his staffers that weaves present a false image and are associated with women who have low self-esteem....

#TeamNatural: We’ve Come A Long Way!

#TeamNatural: We’ve Come A Long Way!

May 29, 2013

The Big Chop/Transitioning Teyah officially did her big chop in 2009 and I did my big chop in 2002. I think I can speak for both of us when I say that we’ll never go back to the creamy crack. (insert laugh) What is a big chop? The “big chop” is when you or someone you trust, cuts off all of your relaxed or texturized hair leaving you with a...

Author Spotlight: Margaret A. Brunson

Author Spotlight: Margaret A. Brunson

Mar 17, 2013

Margaret was born and raised in North Carolina and currently resides in the Raleigh-Durham area. She has an older brother who still affectionately refers to her as “B” and he is married with three children. Margaret grew up as the daughter of a pastor (father) and counselor (mother). Her parents were always helping and encouraging others and she...

The Significance of Dreadlocks

The Significance of Dreadlocks

Mar 16, 2013

Dreadlocks have always been a beautiful, yet often misunderstood, statement. Over the last decade or so, we’ve seen a resurgence in but only natural hair but specifically locking. If I could take a guess, I would say that at minimum, 1 in 20 people sport dreads. But, what is the significance of them? Outside of sheer style, why do people wear them? There...

Transition Stories: Tricia Robinson

Transition Stories: Tricia Robinson

Jun 5, 2012

Meet Tricia Robinson, a naturalista who is fab and professional! Follow her hair journey below and be inspired! Q. Please tell us a little about your natural hair journey? I have had two journeys. The first was my sophomore year in college. Scalp issues with relaxers made me not want to get them anymore, so I cut my hair off. The journey was short lived. I...