I’m Audrey Sivasothy (pronounced: See–vah–so–thee) and I am the author . Audrey Davis-Sivasothy Breaks Down The Science Of Black Hair. The Science of Black Hair lives up to the promise of its title in every way – because it is an in-depth, scientific guide to caring for afro textured. Audrey Davis-Sivasothy has written just such a textbook! To put it in the vernacular, in The Science Of Black Hair, author Audrey Davis-Sivasothy breaks. It all.
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This blog will capture my musings on all things hair and hopefully share some adurey from the book and my upcoming titles. That is the plan anyway! Relaxed or natural, black hair is one of the most unique fibers in the world. Beginning its journey from the scalp in an amazing explosion of davis–sivasothy, black hair fibers are by far the most versatile of all hair types.
We can see extreme diversity in curl patterns and textures from kinky to near-straight throughout the black hair diaspora, and even upon the same head. My experience as a professional, freelance writer and my educational training in Health Science have greatly informed and influenced the writing of my book, The Science of Black Hair.
Good health is established through a combination of mental, physical, and spiritual constructs. As a Health Scientist by training, my professional skills are focused on helping at-risk communities change adverse health-related behaviors through meaningful educational interventions. The goal is to simply improve the quality of life for the target population.
While many of the health interventions Health Scientists plan are in response to traditional clinical ailments such as diabetes or cardiovascular health, we often consider the effects of other factors that negatively audery the quality of life for our target populations.
Mental health and self-image are important factors to consider davis-wivasothy negative self image has been routinely, positively correlated with poor overall health. Our hair, and davis-sovasothy we present it to the world, plays a major role in how we view ourselves as people. My hair care philosophy has always been quite laissez-faire.
No matter how you choose to wear your hair, my job is to help you discover better ways to handle it so that you can bring out its best potential! There are often many ways to one goal, and this is true for hair davis-sivastohy as well. I love when readers contact me, and while I cannot answer every message right away- I do try to answer many of them!
I am human and I do not know everything, lol. Dear Audrey, I turned 50 this year and decided after noticing my thinning hair that now was the time to go natural…again!
The first time is another story for another day. I truly love your book, very professional and well written. Thank you for all your hard work!
I also love saris and wondered where I can find a nice online store to purchase them? My granddaughter is 13 years old.
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She has such short hair that she does not want to interact with people. She mostly stays in the house.
Is there any type of salon that will help her with her hair growth or do you aydrey what I can do. I truly believe she does not like herself. Thank you for taking the time to answer me. I am becoming worried.
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Loving the articles so far. Keep up the great work!!! I live in the Bay Area, please help. If some one wishes to be updated with most recent technologies afterward he must be pay a davis-sivazothy this web site and be up to date everyday. Just wanted to say I love reading through your blog and look forward to all your posts! Can you recommend a specialist in the tri state area who connects to women of color over the age of 55 who are experiencing hair loss as a result of medication?
I am learning a great deal of good information about caring for my hair. I am in the process of trying to transition from relaxed hair to natural hair, but I want to continue pressing and curling my hair while it as natural As well. I also hope to davis-sivaeothy using a color rinse in my hair while I am natural. My problem right now is, finding a protective style or just pressing a curling my hair through my transition process. Davis-sivaspthy cannot wear braids or buns.
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