Here we discuss everything hair, but more specifically Black Hair! This is where we have creative discussions on the issues in the Black Hair Community and talk tips on how you can achieve and maintain a healthy hair lifestyle.
Loc'd in During Quarantine
In “Loc’d in During Quarantine,” Ms. Autumne-Jae explores her loc journey during the global pandemic. She also explains the rich history of locs and shares valuable tips for those intending to start their own loc journey.
An Ode to 4C Hair
From afro puffs to tapered cuts, 4C textured hair is versatile and magical. In this episode, “An Ode to 4C Hair,” we celebrate the beauty of coiled and kinky hair. We also discuss how 4C textured hair must be embraced and centered within the resurgence of the Natural Hair Movement.
A Discussion About Hair Loss #AlopeciaAwareness
September is Alopecia Awareness Month. In this episode, we discuss the common causes and symptoms of Alopecia. We also discuss a more novel cause of hair loss—Covid-19. Tune in to learn more and to hear tips on how to prevent hair loss. Check out thehairverythingpodcast.com for links mentioned in today's episode!
Healthy Hair Lifestyle: Discussion & Tips on Black Hair Hygiene
Ms. Autumne-Jae debunks the myth that Black hair is not clean or less hygienic. She also shares tips on how to maintain #HealthyHairHabits. Tune in to learn more!
Imitation Is Not Flattery; It’s Cultural Appropriation
Black hairstyles are not simply fashion. Black hairstyles are deeply rooted in our African ancestry and have historical significance. In addition to that, Black hair texture often necessitates protective styles such as braids or locs. Therefore, when other cultures use our hair as “fashion” or to be seen as “edgy” . . . it’s offensive and demonstrates a lack of understanding of Black culture.
Legal Rights to Combat Black Hair Discrimination
Employment Law Attorney, Sacred B. Huff, joins The HAIRverything Podcast to discuss, “Legal Rights to Combat Black Hair Discrimination.” Sacred explains what legal remedies are available under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and she explains how a federal C.R.O.W.N Act will strengthen these rights. While we wait for a federal legislation, Sacred encourages listeners to take action now by pressuring their state and federal legislatures to strengthen protections and filing suits against discriminatory hair policies under current law.
I’m Looking Forward to This Podcast!
I’m so proud of you, Ms. Autumne-Jae! 🥰 I can’t wait for the first episode! 🔥