Chris Brown Lets Black Women Know What He Thinks About Hair Weave

Chris Brown mini bun

As the #Teamnatural, #TeamRealHair movements gather steam in the black community, men are speaking up about their distaste for all things fake as it relates to black women.

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Tutorial: How to Style Your Natural Hair Like Rachel Dolezal’s (Video)

Rachel Dolezal

When former NAACP president Rachel Dolezal spoke with NBC Today’s Matt Lauer about her transracial orientation on Tuesday, most viewers wondered how she got her Caucasian hair to behave like black hair. The answer is simpler than you thought.

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Stylists Issue Warning About ‘Weave Runner’ Hair Thief

weave runner

Detroit hairstylists have joined forces to catch a hair thief they have dubbed the “weave runner.” The woman is well-known for getting her weave done and running out without paying.

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The Real Story Behind Where Your Hair Extensions Come From

Riqua Hailes

You are probably among the millions of black women who buy your hair weave extensions from a salon, beauty supply store, or out of the trunk of a car. It’s no surprise that beauty supply stores that cater to black women are the #1 importers of hair weave from China.

But have you ever stopped to wonder where your hair weave extensions come from?

After noticing inconsistencies in the hair extensions she purchased for her clients, Riqua Hailes, owner of Just Extensions hair extension bar in Los Angeles, decided to go on an odyssey to Asia to see for herself where the hair comes from.

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Racist Casting Call Grades Dark Skinned Girls With Weave C/D

Racist casting call

Universal Pictures is casting black girls for its film Straight Outta Compton, a biopic which documents the rise of rap supergroup N.W.A.

The casting call by Sande Allesi Casting, which reflects the target audience of the movie, grades the women by skin color and whether they wear weave and extensions. “Fine” LSLH women (light skinned with long hair) are graded A/B, while dark skinned women who wear hair weave are graded C/D. Naturally the weave wearers are outraged by the degrading implications of the casting call.

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