Going Fashionably Cultural with Headwraps for 1999

Scott, Georgia
January 1999
New York Amsterdam News;01/07/99, Vol. 90 Issue 2, p29
Focuses on the trend affecting the use of headwraps for African American women for 1999. Features of the headpieces used by singer Erykah Badu; Comment by Carla Brown, art and history teacher at New York College and owner of Beyond Braids hair-care salon; Tips on using headwraps.


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