Teakisi Woman: Ngozi Ossai

  • by Salha Kaitesi
  • May 08, 2019
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It’s believed women spend countless numbers of hours researching their shampoo, conditioner, weaves, extensions, and hair care products. In 2015, the global hair care market was valued at US$81.3 billion, while Mintel valued the US market to be more than $2.5 billion. And last year, here in the UK, the market was valued at an […]

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Going Natural: The 5 Stages Explained

By Mako Muzenda Natural hair is beautiful. The way it crowns your head, it’s different textures and styles, how it can look so effortlessly beautiful. Three months ago I decided to switch to #TeamNatural. I’d had natural hair before, but after a particular incident where my favourite comb broke while I was fighting with my […]

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Nkulee Dube: Like Father, Like Daughter

By Kye Makyeli Known by many as the daughter of the late reggae music sensation and maestro Lucky Dube, Nkulee Dube continues in her father’s footsteps as an artist and continues to fly the reggae flag high, fusing it with sounds of ethno-soul and jazz. The South African songstress also emerged top nominee in six […]

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Confessions of a Former Hair Abuser

Like almost every other black woman with internet access, I have joined the healthy hair bandwagon. I have always wanted the luscious, long locks that I saw on my classmates’ heads in high school and university, but that I could never have. My own hair is very thick, and very kinky; what is referred to […]

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