The Surprising Reason Black Hairstylists Are Being Held Back By Hollywood
5 days ago - By Pop Sugar
It's become hard to count the number of Black actors that have revealed via social media or otherwise the heartbreaking experiences they've had on set with hairstylists that have little to no knowledge of how to style Black hair.
Just last month, High School Musical star Monique Coleman revealed in an interview with Insider that her character, Taylor McKessie, frequently wore headbands in the franchise - not by choice, but because the lead stylists hired to do the job didn't know how to do her hair. "The truth is, is that they had done my hair, and they had done it very poorly in the...
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