MY APPROACH TO POSTPARTUM HAIR HEALTH + HAIR COLOR

Since last week, I’ve gotten SO MANY questions regarding our story mentioning Cleo’s postpartum hair loss and coloring her hair during this complicated + important time. So it’s clear that it’s time to have some real talk about it. Cleo first sat in my chair a few months after having her second child, and that first appointment involved more game planning than hair color, as her hair was in need of some serious care.

By Kadi

DEFYING EXPECTATIONS (AND DOING HARD THINGS)

Black. Woman.The intersection of being Black, female and an immigrant is not always the easiest place to be. But for me, it represents strength, regality, and determination. Even when facing the daunting reality that VC funding for women is less than 2%, and for Black women, that number is an abysmal 0.34%.

By Kadi

SELF CARE THROUGH OUR HAIR

  Hair. For as long as I can remember, rituals around hair have been a part of my life. As a little girl, my mother would give me hot oil treatments, parting my hair, applying warm oil to my scalp and ends, finishing me off by braiding my hair, and then sending me to bed with a towel draped over my pillow lest my pillowcase get stained. The next day, she would wash it out and, using a combination of...

By Myka