In honor of Black History Month, we are exploring Black hairstyles, where they came from, and how it has made an impact. As we continue to set the bar for hair creativity, we hope to see more appreciation from society rather than appropriation. While our hair symbolizes our innovation and spirit, it's a constant reminder of how we have come as Black women.
Keep in mind these imperative winter hair maintenance tips as soon as you feel a change in the air. It will make a world of difference in not only how you approach these colder months but also allows you to enjoy the new season without having to hesitate if your hair is getting the treatment it needs to flourish.
Original Article written by Olivia Hancock for Byrdie With the COVID-19 pandemic shuttering the doors of many hair salons across the nation, millions of us have had to tap into... Read More
Traditionally, silk is hand wash and dry clean only. The DayeDream™️ Silk Pillowcase Collection is of the highest quality so they can be machine washable, however due to the fact... Read More