Good Hair: For Colored Girls Who've Considered Weaves when the Chemicals Became Too Ruff

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Crown Trade Paperbacks, 1991 - Health & Fitness - 98 pages
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Good Hair is more than a guide to having good hair without relying on harsh treatments and chemicals; it is a funny, folksy, personal, and very wise reflection on the powerful role that hair can play in creating a positive self-image. 33 black-and-white photographs.

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Review: Good Hair: For Colored Girls Who've Considered Weaves When the Chemicals Became Too Ruff

User Review  - Tiffany Proactiff - Goodreads

This book was the turning point for my journey into "going natural" and ultimately doing "The Big Chop," almost ten years ago! I highly recommend this book for any sister who dreams of freedom to wear their natural, God-given hair, sans relaxer! Read full review

Review: Good Hair: For Colored Girls Who've Considered Weaves When the Chemicals Became Too Ruff

User Review  - Tiffany Proactiff - Goodreads

This book was the turning point for my journey into "going natural" and ultimately doing "The Big Chop," almost ten years ago! I highly recommend this book for any sister who dreams of freedom to wear their natural, God-given hair, sans relaxer! Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
Anatomy of a Hair
15
If You Give a Dance You Gotta Pay The Band
21
Copyright

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