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Nonprofit Teaches Adoptive Parents to Style Afro-Textured Hair

Hair is a huge part of kids’ identity. And transracial adoptions have more than doubled since 1999. That’s why the nonprofit Styles 4 Kidz is helping adoptive and biracial parents learn how to style their children’s hair. ✂️

08/06/2019 10:20 AM
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  • Brut
    08/06/2019 13:06

    Why are black women consistently defending their natural hair? Ignorance mostly. It's why this influencer is hoping to change that narrative — one hair tutorial at a time.

  • Shannon D.
    08/06/2019 13:53

    You are a blessing. I so wished I lived near you.

  • Mary D.
    08/06/2019 18:28

    Great service

  • Dawna K.
    08/06/2019 19:00

    It really does take a village...

  • Danielle M.
    08/07/2019 02:47

    This is amazing!!💕

  • Neal J.
    08/07/2019 04:23

    This is SO great!

  • Robin C.
    08/07/2019 07:24

    - have you seen this?

  • Beth R.
    08/07/2019 12:10

    So lucky to have her in our community.

  • Alyssa G.
    08/07/2019 20:30

    I thought I recognized the cutie pie in the thumbnail...I love this! 💙

  • LaDonna H.
    08/08/2019 03:11

    I wish there was a salon near Tulsa that provided this.

  • Kim S.
    08/08/2019 04:25

    This is so needful!

  • Heather E.
    08/08/2019 14:50

    💜

  • Trey S.
    08/09/2019 22:08

    Love this so much.

  • Helen L.
    08/09/2019 23:46

    💖 Thank you so much for sharing 💖

  • Tere K.
    08/10/2019 00:30

    Absolutely awesome and beautiful 👍🙌🙌💙,,,,So interesting and unique!!! I love it!!!

  • Kathy A.
    08/10/2019 17:59

    This is great

  • Tina W.
    08/12/2019 17:04

    Awesome

  • Elaina B.
    08/13/2019 12:44

    This is great and needed in more communities

  • Kya D.
    08/13/2019 23:16

    I thought the lil girl was Reign 🤦🏾‍♀️�mFoot

  • Alka P.
    08/13/2019 23:18

    So Beautiful