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We see them on TV, and on the movie screen. We hear them on the radio. We follow them on Twitter. Our fave celebs are creating all kinds of buzz and blazing trails in everything they do. These business-savvy celebs have launched some lucrative ventures worth checking out. Take a look…
It seems that just about everything JHud touches turns to gold. First, it was her Oscar-worthy role in Dreamgirls. Then it was her Grammy-award winning debut album. Now it is Weight Watchers. JHud wowed us with her phenomenal weight loss reveal last year, and now she hopes to influence people in her native Chicago to do the same. JHud became the first celebrity to have a Weight Watchers center when she opened the Jennifer Hudson Weight Watchers Center in Chicago’s Hyde Park neighborhood last fall.
What’s next for JHud? A launch of her new clothing line, the Jennifer Hudson Collection on QVC this fall, as well as recurring role on the hit NBC show Smash, where she’ll take on the role of Broadway star Veronica Moore.
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Stronger, Longer Hair Challenge
So they say Black women don’t exercise because we don’t want to mess up our hair? Is this true? While it might not be the majority, I know SEVERAL Black women who do not work out because they don’t want to mess up their hair including me ☹
When I straighten my hair, I don’t even want to take a hot bath because I sweat. My goal for the 2 weeks my hair is straightened is how not to sweat.
So let’s take it to the gym. What can we do to stop being so worried about our hair? For one, we could just change our thought process: having a healthy body should come before having “pretty” hair. Next we need to find a way to keep our hair healthy in the process.
No, No, absolutely no cotton scarves/bandannas. They are horrible for your hair and can break off your edges. Why not do something like a cute updo style so your hair is off your neck and secure?
Here are some tips on how to treat your hair while you are working out: