Talyn Jefferson said she wore the bonnet so that she didn't hit her teammates in the face with her braids.
We were pleased to see the hair stylist behind this look is based in Northern Virginia. Arlington-based hair stylist, Yene Damtew, the owner of Aesthetics Salon.
Get the 4-1-1 from celebrity stylist Monae Everett on how to go from a curly mane to straight strands without damaging your natural kinks.
DIY hair masks have become extremely popular on YouTube and social media over the past ten years. As we already know, kinky, curly, and coily hair textures need an abundance of moisture and added protein to thrive, so it’s no wonder that we’re constantly looking for innovative ways to give our hair the TLC it needs. Fortunately, many of those magic ingredients that work, such as avocado, banana, coconut, apple cider vinegar, and mayonnaise, that are found in pricey hair products can also be found right in your kitchen.
There's a stylish alternative to sharing your silk bonnet with your colleagues.