Let's Talk About Cultural Biases.
On Episode 008 of The Texture Talks Podcast, I will be joined once again by Rahma Suleiman, a healthy hair advocate for Black and Muslim women, to discuss the cultural biases faced by the black community within the realm of hair and beauty.
4c_Hijabi, also known as Rahma, is a passionate advocate for healthy natural haircare within the Black and Muslim community. Healthy haircare practices. Healthy haircare minds set and a healthy understanding of how faith and hair care intersect.
Through her social media content, she aims to empower black and Muslim women by amplifying their voices and giving them access and visibility in the hair care space. She also shares advice on managing type 4 hair, focusing on unique concerns like ghusl and hijab-friendly protective styles.
Rahma is also a Co- founder of Curls, Coils, and Sisters, a haircare event dedicated to changing the negative narrative of hair care through education.
Her mission is to inspire women to embrace their natural curls and coils, fostering a community that uplifts and supports each other's haircare journeys.
Key topics covered on the episode:
Why are we so obsessed with long hair?
What are the determinators of beauty in them black community?
What impact does western society have on our understanding of beauty?
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Enitan Agidee - Healthy Hair Studio
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