I didnt just learn about my hair; I also learned about my history. I loved this book! I bought it when I was in the beginning stage of locking my hair and it was very helpful in... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Empress
I read the first edition as I was working out a sociology senior seminar project. This book wonderfully balances the social relevance of hair as a black woman but Byrd and Tharps... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book does what Chris Rock should have done,there was a opportunity for real education and this book finally does it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by wesley timms
The book is very informative! It gives the history of Black hair in America. An educational book that would be helpful for many of our young people to read.Published 7 months ago by Willie Bush
Excellent history of the Black hair care evolution! These ladies helped me understand why we are so obcessed with our hair.Published 8 months ago by Tina Cure
I'm a white woman who has a cosmetology license and has always been interested in black hair. This book was SO informative and better still, it entertained me while it educated... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Tinypaws
This was a great purchase for me. There is some unbelievable information in this book. It is also an easy read. Great Addition to any african american library.Published 10 months ago by Sparkle
Good read. Always good to find out what information is out there.
If you know AA history no need to purchase this.
I gave this book as a birthday present and it received great reviews. I was originally looking for 400 Years Without a Comb, but the price was very high and the reviews low. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Tamika Montgomery