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The Curly Corner

Contrary to popular belief, going natural is not an easy task. Some people believe that just because you’re ditching relaxers for afro picks
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Delaney’s Armoire

With Spring officially beginning on March 20th, it is safe to say that the New Orleans heat has officially returned. While jeans are not the usual go-to choice in warmer temperatures
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The Curly Corner

During the Winter season, I decided to give my curls a break and get Marley Twists. Marley Twists have the appearance of dreadlocks but uses synthetic hair to achieve the length and fullness of natural dreads.
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Delaney's Armoire New Orleans Fashion Week

A week loaded with the glitz, glam, and all things fashion comes around once a year in New Orleans. A combination of the best designers, models, and local fashion addicts all come to New Orleans Fashion Week,
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The Curly Corner

I was so proud of myself after seeing my hair growth results after one full-year without heat or a blow dryer. I had heat straightened my hair last February for Valentine’s Day
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Delaney's Armoire Let's Get Festive

Carnival season has come and gone but the celebrations in New Orleans are not stopping any time soon. It’s time to trade in your masks and Mardi Gras ball gowns for sun visors and sun dresses, because it’s festival season.
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Keith Hart: Living and Giving in the Key of Life

There is an old adage that states ‘music is a universal language.’ In the case of Music Educator Keith Hart, it is a bridge that connects young people to overcoming obstacles
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Researchers Share both Tragic and Resilient Tale of Slavery in Louisiana

In the 1800s, African-American Slaves lost their culture, religion, and pursuit of happiness while doing forced unpaid labor in the sweltering sun every single day.
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Delaney's Armoire

As Black History Month and Carnival come to an end, so does the winter fashion. It’s out with coats and scarves, and in with the skirts and sandals. As Black History Month and Carnival come to an end, so does ...
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Curley Corner

Learning about how to take care of my natural hair has always been an individual journey. Around my teenage years, I noticed that I had a unique hair type.
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The Curly Corner

The current natural hair movement is more than just afros, curly ‘fros and twist outs. Braids have become a go-to style for thousands of Black women wanting to give their hair
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Delaney's Armoire Black Women in Fashion

Black models in fashion were considered unheard until the 1960’s, when top models like Beverly Johnson and Naomi Sims were landing magazine covers.
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The Curly Corner

Headscarves and head wraps are two of the most beautiful natural hair accessories that can come in an assortment of bold colors to enhance any outfit.
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Delaney's Armoire

Choosing the outfit of the day can sometimes be a hassle and a struggle for many women. It is so tempting to throw on a tee-shirt and jeans but, depending on the occasion
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The Curly Corner

Famous for her luxurious afro, Angela Davis was one of the most recognizable faces of the Black Panther Party in the 1970s. Her hair illustrated the mass rebellion against Eurocentric standards of beauty in the Black community.
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