Hair Care for African American Girls
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Afro Puffs and Ponytails, Inc had the opportunity to meet Sophie Foster, the founder of How Precious Designs by Sophie at an event held in Atlanta by the Gems and Jewels Empowerment Group. Ms. Sophie had a nice setup displaying her girly girl products and accessories and it wasn't long before the majority of the girls (and some of the adults) were proudly sashaying
Chocolate Hair - Vanilla Care, a beautiful hair care blog, is exactly as it is entitled! A vanilla mother of a precious little chocolate girl. I asked Rory, the creator of the blog to share her story with Afro Puffs and Ponytails, Inc. "As a computer geek, and former motorcycle-riding tomboy, it would never have occurred to me that I would be writing about
Website: Our Natural Kids Founder: TheSistahChick Mission: To share ideas & resources while promoting healthy hair care and maintenance for children with kinky, curly, nappy or multi textured hair. Our Natural Kids is a wonderful networking site for parents who are seeking images, information, and support with caring for their children with beautiful,
We are very pleased and proud to present to you the cutest African American Dolls with natural hair! These dolls truly represent the innocent beauty of little black girls everywhere! www.prettypuffdolls.com Creator and Designer: Crystal Andrews Occupation: Software Engineer Wife, mother of two(son and daughter), and a heart for creating crafts. Mrs.
I have taken notice of more and more beautiful images of little black girls(children) on Facebook, and on the network "Our Natural Kids" , and I wanted to find out who was behind them. Well, I found one of the sources at Ebony's Braidery and Beads. Her name is Jamesha Bazemore, and she has a very informative website that provides everything having to do with
Thanks to Nikki, I had the pleasure of viewing videos that provide parents and caretakers of African American/Black girls with some helpful and fun tips for natural hair care! The videos are located on the YouTube channel, "GirlsLoveYour Curls". Nadine, the mother, creator, and narrator of the videos, lives between the UK and the United States, but her