We’ve heard this before in intimate discussions amongst friends who feel that if people wear certain hairstyles that are known to African-American culture, it would hinder their chances in corporate America. What are your thoughts on the recent case with Hampton University, banning locks and cornrows for their MBA-program students? Is it really a bad idea, or should corporate America change their perspective on looks?
So, you may have heard the about the Evelyn L. and Chad Johnson domestic violence dispute that vented throughout Twitter Sunday evening while the London Closing Ceremony was airing. Unfortunately for the both of them, but mostly Chad as his career is thrown into the trash, they are in the spotlight. As for business woman Evelyn, she should take this horrible incident and advocate against domestic violence. Although we are unclear of the actually incident, and will not speak fully on it, celebrities have a upper hand to helping with prevention.
As Sex and the City’s Miranda, she was one of TV’s most recognisable red heads.
But Cynthia Nixon unveiled a stark new look on Live With Kelly this morning.
The actress, 45, surprised viewers with a bald head after shaving her locks off for her role in the Manhattan Theatre Club production of Wit.
She plays cancer stricken poetry professor Vivian Bearing in the play, which opens on January 26 at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre.
Michelle Williams says only gay men and her girlfriends like her pixie cut. Why is long hair still sexy’s standard?
IT was a real life Halloween horror story.
Schoolgirl Chloe Robins feared she was going to die after a hair dye she used for a fancy dress party disfigured her face so badly she says she was left looking like the Elephant Man.