Plaited Glory: For Colored Girls Who'Ve Considered Braids, Locks, and Twists

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Crown Trade Paperbacks, 1996 - Health & Fitness - 122 pages
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From the uptown micro braid to the simple cornrow, braids, locks and twists have come into their own. Plaited Glory gives the lowdown on everything from choosing a braiding salon to differentiating between styles and their costs. More than a "hair-do" book, this is a hari primer with a cultural twist. Photos.

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Contents

Signifyin Hair
1
Parental Guidance Advised
13
Four Degrees of Preparation
25
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Lonnice Brittenum Bonner began her writing career as a newspaper reporter with the "Oakland Tribune. She has gone on to write several books on African American hair care, including "Good Hair, "Plaited Glory, and "The Kitchen Beautician. She lives in Tennessee with her husband and son.

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