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Weave has not only become a huge debate amongst people but its become a million dollar industry.
Weave has allowed for women to transform into her favorite reality superstar!
Why has it become such a phenomenom? Back in the day women used to deny they were waring a wig or a weave, today a lot of women have become Captain Obvious!
The million dollar question is why?
Why do we care so much about what other women look like? Why do we argue with those who choose to wear a weave or those who still contiue to relax their hair? .
What's going on? We have a great topic tonight...and we are talking about weave specifically with African American women. A lot of black women do not want to wear their natural hair...yet they want to be considered beautiful. We will talk about the pressures of African American women to conform to white female beauty...Please call in and weigh your opinion. We will be talking about this and women will be weighing in on this option as well. Please lets have a great time. See you there.
In my personal opinion I can't stand weave. I don't like the feel or look of it. Don't get me wrong, a lot of women (especially my black women) cal pull it off but I just hate the fact that God gave you all this beautiful real hair but some women refuse to let it show because they feel the need to make it like other races.
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Men Wearing Weaves
This evening we will discuss ""Men wearing weave" with Michael A. Wray. As you guys know I love serfing Social Network for talents. Well when I saw the creation of Men wearing weave by, Michael it instantly gave me a feeling of passion for hairstyling again, I having done hair in almost 2 years. Please join us to learn about this exciting opportunity for hair professional.
About Michael A. Wray:
Michael A. Wray II realized early in life his artistic talent. Being the grandson of two beautician grandmothers, Michael Wray, as people affectionately call him by both his first and last names, seemingly has it in his genetic composition to be a hairstylist. Practicing his raw talent throughout his youth, after graduating from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a B.A. in Communication Studies, Michael Wray finally decided to professionally follow his passion and received training for cosmetology through Paul Mitchell the School. His artistic ability has provided great opportunities for him such as working with L’Oreal, lending his unique ethnic hair care and styling expertise to the brand of Softsheen Carson, as a Style Squad member, educator, and presenter. Wray’s skill to style hair to reflect his client’s persona, ideal, or imagination has made him sought after and appreciated by celebrities and notorieties. Michael A. Wray II gives new unique definition to his exquisite hair artistry; it’s called “Wraydiant.”
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TONIGHT 9P- HUMP DAY WEDNESDAY with another classic topic! White, black or brown, hair weave has become a big business. Once viewed as taboo, beauty supply stores are popping up daily in America. Who are the real benefactors and why? Join the convo and share your thoughts. Dial 917-889-3926 to comment LIVE. REAL TALK. REAL PEOPLE. REAL TIMES. We are #TheSocialLab #TMHymanRadio Network. Follow us on Twitter: @TMHymanRadio @MrTMHyman @MadameBoston @VeryHotChoc @SabeJames
It's unbeweavable the way people make money off of hair. Okay, bad joke, but I have to admit that as innovative as this idea is it still comes off as ratchet, doesn't it?
Enter The Weave Loan Store. Yes, that's right. If you're having a bad hair day and your money is short then just contact the Weave Loan Store for assistance.
Is this a good idea or a sign of the apocalypse? I'll let you and my Show Legends decide as we discuss Detroit's newest hair store. Slow credit or no credit. The Weave Loan Store can have you ready for the weekend!
Also on T2Q, a new feminist trend? "Free bleeding." It's women who don't use feminine products during that time of the of month. Is it liberating to not use "man made" products to "hide the shame of menstruation"?
These things and more on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show! "No experts. Just opinions."
Show No. 485
Scheduled for 75-90 mins.
If you're wearing a weave or other extensions, chances are, your Stylist was trained by Tomeka James! Tomeka tours the country tirelessly, training Professional Hair Stylists on the latest Weave and Extension techniques, many of which, she created! She offers DVD and online training to those who aren't able to catch her at a Hair Show. And she's even created her own trade show, Extensions Expo, that brings together the greatest minds in extensions and hair replacement to offer over 30 classes a day. Tomeka will join us to share her journey as a Hair Stylist, Educator, Mom and Entreprenuer. We'll talk about Branding, incorporating technology into your business and - while she's here, we may be able to coax her to share a few things you NEED to know about caring for your hair weave, extensions and the epidemic of female hair loss! To find out more about Tomeka's trainings, visit www.TomekasBeauty.com
The topic of today's show is "Black Women and Hair Weave". There are a lot of black women that wear hair weave. Some people believe that the hair weave is used mostly by black women. Do black women wear hair weave for style, lack of confidence, or to look like white women?
Tune into the Every Woman Talk Show with Oolie Wells as she and special guest will have an open discussion about natuaral hair vs weave hair for ladies.