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  - Chanel - Goodreads

A LOT of my life has been spent looking for the perfect "hair" product. This book helps stop the war between your psyche (what you want your hair to look like), and reality (what your hair look like healthy and happy) 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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