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Former Miss USA Kenya Moore Preps New Hair Care Line

Kenya Moore says she doesn't wear a weave

Kenya Moore says she wants to help all women get hair like hers

By Makkada B. Selah

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Marsha Ambrosius: “I Have An Emotional Attachment To My Hair”

Singer gets emotional talking about her hair

Singer gets emotional talking about her hair

By Sasha King

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Nikki Walton, founder of CurlyNikki.com (Image: Dr. Eugene Walton II)

Black Blogger Month: Curly Nikki, The Hair Apparent

Women in search for advice on natural hair care need look no further than Nikki Walton's CurlyNikki.com

Passionate about women of color embracing their natural hair, Nikki Walton founded CurlyNikki.com, the definitive…

By Anslem Samuel

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Can Your Hair Prevent You From Succeeding in Business?

The debate over natural or processed hair in the workplace continues

Having natural hair is a personal choice but when in corporate circles it can be…

By BlackEnterprise.com

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Jackson & Williams promote women empowerment

Mo & Kita Help Women ‘Define Your Pretty’

More than reality stars, Monique Jackson and Kita Williams are entrepreneurs focused on female empowerment

Define Your Pretty is the latest venture from businesswomen Monique Jackson and Kita Williams. In…

By Starrene Rhett

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Sanya Richard Ross

Sanya Richards-Ross Goes for the Gold in Her Career, Business and Personal Life

How the Olympic medalist balances her life and her ambitions

Two-time Olympic gold medalist, Sanya Richards-Ross, doesn’t intend to be defeated. Not as the world’s…

By Arlice Nichole

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In 1910, Sarah “Madame C. J.” Walker is featured in the Guinness Book of World Records as the first African American female self-made millionaire through the creation of a range of haircare products targeted to the African American community. Once asked about her secret of her success, Walker responded: “There is no royal flower-strewn path to success…If I have accomplished anything in life, it is because I have been willing to work hard.” (Image: Madam C.J. Walker)

PHOTO GALLERY: The Business of Black Haircare

A century of black entrepreneurship in the haircare industry

Even before the beginning of the 20th Century, African Americans were at the forefront of…

By Derek T. Dingle

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Mix and Match

Entrepreneurs find the right combination to move their hair products forward

As biracial women, Wendi Levy and Kim Etheredge couldn’t find haircare products for their curly…

By Tamara E. Holmes

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Standing Out Among Competitors

How to make your mark in a saturated industry

When Mahisha Dellinger set out to launch her Elk Grove, California-based hair care company Curls…

By Bridget N. Armstrong

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