As for one of those little nuances that works your last nerve, you can check shedding hair off the list.
By Ladosha Wright
The Call & Post has been voted one of the top African American newspapers, winning several NNPA Awards consistently over the past 10 years
Ladosha Wright, a licensed cosmetologist informs demystifies the how, what, where and why's of hair care. She also uses facts, wit and humor to debunk myths about hair care.
In the beauty industry, hair textures are often correlated with fabrics. For example, coarse strong hair is associated with denim, medium strength hair is associated with a cotton shirt and fine hair is associated with silk. Fabric correlations make understanding how to care for hair easier.
The great debate of the straightening comb continues. Everybody wants to know who invented it, why, who was it intended for, does it damage hair, can you use it on chemically altered hair, is it safe for children, can you use it on men’s hair, and on and on.