Juarez Hawkins

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Chicago, IL, United States

Hair Traffic (2007)
Oil (2.4x3.9 in) Details


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About this artwork
This artwork is part of the gallery Mixed Media Boxes.

Techniques
Oil
Framing
No
Description

Our natural hair has been maligned, villified as ugly and unfashionable. “Fix this Mess!” we cry. Our need for bouncin’ and behavin’ silky straightness has fueled a multi-billion dollar Black haircare industry. Black women account for 70% of all wig and extension purchases. The real human hair used for high-end microbraids, extensions, and weaves comes mostly from the heads of Asian and Indian women. Moreover, most of the distribution channels for Black haircare products in the US are Korean-ow1 Read More

Our natural hair has been maligned, villified as ugly and unfashionable. “Fix this Mess!” we cry. Our need for bouncin’ and behavin’ silky straightness has fueled a multi-billion dollar Black haircare industry. Black women account for 70% of all wig and extension purchases. The real human hair used for high-end microbraids, extensions, and weaves comes mostly from the heads of Asian and Indian women. Moreover, most of the distribution channels for Black haircare products in the US are Korean-owned. Hmmm…

Painting by Juarez Hawkins (United States), Oil. Its dimensions are 6x10 cm. This artwork is part of the gallery Mixed Media Boxes. Framing options are available for this artwork, please contact us for details.

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