Respect these women
with frizzy hair or not!

Dafa Traore
Miss African Fair 2016

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Many black women (famous or not) are criticized for their hairstyles deemed "not sufficiently representative" of the image of black women.

It is true that black women drink haircuts and wigs that are as original as each other.

But is this a reason to question their beauty and constantly denigrate them?

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Many are these people who have harsh judgments about black women who wear extensions, weaves and the like. It's time to stop disrespecting that black woman who could be your sister, your aunt, or even your mother. Wearing a wig or weaving is the choice of every woman and should not be a subject of mockery.

The black community (especially men) tends to constantly denigrate black women! Sometimes we see this behavior also in other girls who advocate a return to nature.

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In writing, we have received a lot of emails from girls who no longer feel comfortable because of the looks of other black girls who denigrate them for not opting for natural hair.

Is this normal?

Wearing natural hair is popular, but it should be everyone's choice. Indeed, weavings, wigs, lace wigs have been around for several years. A hairstyle of hair of human, animal or synthetic origin is called a wig. The weaving is only an evolution of this accessory in the presentation and the style of hair.

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Wigs have been worn for thousands of years; in ancient Egypt, for example, people wore them to protect their shaved skulls from the sun or during ceremonies (adornments then made of braided plants or horsehair).

In other ancient civilizations, notably among the Assyrians, Phoenicians, Greeks and Romans, they were in common use.

It's important to remember that wearing wigs isn't just for black women.
Besides, the wig was propelled by American singer Cher who wore all kinds of wigs over the 40 years of her career, ranging from blondes to black, from curly to straight.

So natural or not to each his choice, let's respect these women!

Are we talking about the Afro-Caribbean hairdressing market?

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Neemaa is a beauty and wellness service booking platform.
Its vocation is to be able to bring together in the same place demanding customers and beauty and well-being providers who are qualified and concerned with customer satisfaction.

The platform has set up a field barometer on developments and trends in the Afro hairstyle market. Its first study aimed to collect the qualitative opinions of respondents on:

- Their hairstyling habits
-the budget allocated
-constraints and needs
-the avenues and levers to explore.

These qualitative data were crossed with quantitative data from XERFI to make a barometer reflecting the reality on the ground. Neemaa's goal is to be able to release a state of the art every 6 months to follow developments and trends.

The first Barometer was presented in Paris on September 12th.
Black Beautés Magazine was present and tells you more ...

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