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- African American Hairstyles for Women 2009 Trends ...
- Black long hairstyle from Solange Knowles 2009
- Black short hairstyle from Singer Brandy 2009
- Cool Afro Hairstyles For Black Women
- Rihanna’s New Commercial for Gucci 2009
- S. Tia Brown: Relationships, Relationships, Relati...
- Scurv’s Corner: Black Love Gone Bad
- Brandy Has a New Show!
- Queen Latifah’s Problems with her Stylists
- Christina Milian Celebrity Hairstyles For Black wo...
- African American Hairstyles Trends for 2009
- Belgian Waffle Cornrows
- Curly medium hairstyle from Halle Berry
- Black Celebrity News: What in the Hayell Were You ...
- Afro American Hairstyles for afro men 2009
- Halle Berry all her hairstyles trends 2009
- Michelle Obama’s Fashion Criticized
- African American Hair Cuts in 2009
- African American Hairstyles for Girls 2009
- African American Celebrity Long Hairstyles For Wom...
- ▼ April (20)
Friday, April 24, 2009
Check this cool pics of black African American women hairstyles for you in 2009. You can try everyone and see witch suits you the best.
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
Solange Knowles at NBC Studios in New York City. She is wearing her black hair in a long hairstyle.
Celebrity hairstyle - long hairstyle from Solange Knowles
Solange Knowles hairstyle - straight long hairstyle.
Photo by Photo Agency
African American hairstyle - Singer Brandy is wearing her black hair in a short hairstyle.
Monday, April 20, 2009
May someones will say that this kinda Afro hairstyle is not any fashion any more, cause this hairstyle is 6os.Right? Let's see some cool Afro hairstyle pictures
tight curly Afro hairstyle
curly afro hairstyle for african americans
photos from hji.co.uk
Have you seen Rihanna’s new commercial for Gucci? If you haven’t, it may be time to take a sneaky peek as it really is a work of art, with modern and iconic symbols, fresh designs and elegant poses to match both the starlet’s personality as well as the look that Gucci is hoping to present. Rihanna has reported that she has always been a fan of the Gucci style and especially their well sought after handbags.
They have recently teamed up with UNCIEF to support the charity with their new range of Tattoo Collection Handbags, from which 25 percent of every sale goes to the charity. With a cause such as this, Rihanna is sure to be proud of her new commercial that could help to change the world. Rihanna is currently the new spokeswomen for the well known fashion brand and within the new commercial she is seen sporting the new Tattoo Collection handbag worn across one shoulder while draping herself elegantly on a silver hoop that is being suspended
Thursday, April 16, 2009
This week I look at issues of respect from both co-workers and your nearest and dearest.
I am 28-years-old and work in an office full of 45-56 year-old women. My issue is how to talk to them when they say things I do not like without being disrespectful. - Young & Angry In The Office
Dear Young & Angry In The Office,
I’m a firm believer of showing deference to elders, however the office isn’t the place to act out societal roles— you’re there to do your job. I firmly believe that the only way to get respect is to demand it. Some people have that certain thing about them that ensures people, whether they’re older or younger, never test them. Other people have to go get it. So how do you command respect? First, you always make sure that you’re on top of your game, for the work environment that means being efficient, punctual and dependable. Second, you have to speak up for yourself and address every infraction in a stern, tactful, professional way. That may mean giving a soliloquy about respect (such as, “we’re all on equal footing here, I give respect and I expect it,”) or taking people aside an individual when they say something that you deem is inappropriate. Only you can determine which approach will work best. Overall you want to make sure that you leave personal roles at home, these ladies are not your aunties, and they’re your co-workers –who likely take issue with working with someone 20 years their junior – so treat them as such.
My fiancé and I are planning a big, lavish, wedding and we have restricted our families to only inviting a certain number of people, so as not to exceed my parent’s budget. My fiancé’s family is insisting on inviting many more people than they are allotted and it has caused the price of the reception to soar. Do you think that I should demand that his family pay for some of the reception, or at least the head count of the additional people that they are inviting, or does that break some etiquette rules? – Breaking the Bank for the Big Day
Dear Breaking the Bank for the Big Day,
Etiquette was out of the door once your future in-laws stepped on your toes and didn’t respect your parents’ budget. Since they —like many others—love to plan with other people’s money I would like to tell you to just make them pay for their extra guests, but that could potentially cause long-term strife with your hubby-to-be. Consequently, you need to speak with him first and make sure you’re on the same page about the finances and the numbers. If both families were given an equal amount of guests then it is up to him to make sure that he stands firm by your side when you speak with his family. During the conversation make sure to reiterate that the day is you and your fiancé’s, but you understand why it is to the family, but your parents – who are paying – have given you a budget and it is disrespectful to expect them to pay any excess. Let them know the precise number of people that they are allowed to invite and that any extra guests must be pre-paid for by specific date if they are to be seated. You can also opt to include your parents in on the meeting. I doubt that your future in-laws will speak recklessly or be callous about spending your parents’ money in their faces. With that said…standing firm is only possible if you are financially independent of your in laws. You don’t want to play hardball with someone who’s helping to pay your rent/mortgage or watching your kids for free. So make sure that you’re in a position where you can’t be penalized for standing up for yourself – and your parents – or you may end up paying a bigger price later.
Well it seems that everyone and their momma is getting a television deal. First off Brandy is going to be heading back to the small screen in a new sitcom on ABC called "This Little Piggy" where she will be playing the high-maintenance wife of a man who takes in his younger siblings. It also seems that Keisha Knight Pulliam and Fantasia will be getting reality shows of their own. Keisha's show will be about her and her boyfriend Kaseem Penn's life in ATL, and Fantasia's show will just be about her life as a performer and a mother. Now not to sound like a hater but when did Keisha Knight Pulliam become such a big deal, first people start making fake Twitters about her and now a reality show. WTF???
Posted By LadyBaby to Your Black Gossip at 4/16/2009 12:36:00 PM
Hip Hop star turned actress Queen Latifah is being hit with two separate lawsuits from former stylists for a total of roughly $1M dollars. In both cases, the women claim that Latifah owes them back fees for consulting with her on her Covergirl and Curvations lines.
What’s worse for Latifah is that the suits threaten to expose her lifestyle “whatever that may be……” Should be interesting to see what the cases expose. This could be even worse for the Queen’s bottom line.
Christina Milian is a Cuban-American R&B and pop singer-songwriter, record producer, dancer, and actress. Born in Jersey City, New Jersey, Milian moved to Los Angeles when she was thirteen years old, desiring to be an actress. Compared to Beyoncé and Jennifer Lopez, Milian made her official musical appearance on Ja Rule's song, "Between Me and You".
Wednesday, April 15, 2009
These hairstyles go well with almost every women not just african americans, who wants to dress up and get sexy and stylish for a special occasion.
Monday, April 13, 2009
Sunday, April 12, 2009
Actress Halle Berry leaves a friend’s house near Lake Hollywood. She is wearing her hair in a medium hairstyle with ended curls.
Halle Berry hairstyle - curly medium hairstyle.
Saturday, April 11, 2009
Nope your eyes aren't playing tricks on you that's Diddy's chick Cassie all half shaved. Now I am not sure what the hell she was thinking maybe she was trying to be like Amber Rose or maybe she just got bored, but then again what else is a girl to do when she is irrelevant. Peep some more pics of her new look below.
Thursday, April 9, 2009
Afro American hairstyles are very popular these days in United States. When you walk along the streets of New York, you can find many people wearing these styles even on white peoples. Here are some of the Afro-American Hairstyles for men.