AAHV Posts Hairstyle Videos To Provide Women Of Color With Hair Care Tips And Advice

Seattle area mom and blogger Evonne Salomon have launched, a new venue for women of color. The site’s main focus is on natural hairstyle care regimens that enhance the beauty of a black woman.

— According to Eve, “African American Hairstyle Videos (AAHV) is an online resource dedicated to informing women of the latest African American hairstyles. The site has featured valuable videos, articles and pictures on twist outs, braid outs, straight hair, curly hair, and natural hair to help serve black women with more stylistic options. “

AAHV started as a natural hair site. Soon after, Eve realized the variety of options in African American hairstyles. That prompted her to cast a wider net that included other hair styles; while still maintained the strong bond to natural hair care that got everything started.

Hairstyle is a way for any women, regardless of race or creed to express her femininity. Whether it’s a braid out, straightened, long, short, weaved, in a bun, curly or natural each styles present their unique benefits and challenges. Eve realizes that and assembles video tutorials and articles that will help any women regardless of hair type.

The hair style a woman chooses say something about who she is and her personality. With that in mind, AAHV is, again, an online resource committed to covering each of these various hairstyles in great detail so that anyone who’s visiting the site can find jumping off points and enhance their creativity. When it comes to natural hair African American Hairstyle Videos motto is except your hair for what it is, and take it to the next level of beauty.

Every individual’s hair is unique. No two people have the same all around hair texture so it’s not required to follow someone else’s regimen totally. African American Hairstyle Videos has included categories for natural hair, which includes wash & go, bantu knots, growth tips, product reviews, and more. It comes with high quality video instructions on how to create these styles.

The site has also featured categories on straight hairstyles which gets very specific about flat ironing, and blow drying for any hair type.

Evonne’s desire to share her experience with others has led her to the creation of “”. The site fills and promotes the need for black women to find easy hairstyle tips and tutorials. In this way, black women can relate because they’re watching other women with their hair type. The site goal according to Eve, “is to create an oasis of various hairstyles and healthy hair care methods”.

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