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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Learn more davis-sivasotby Author Central. Dear Audrey, I turned 50 this year and decided after noticing my thinning hair that now was the time to go natural…again! What started off as a handful of forum posts, then articles over the years — just blossomed into this project that has really changed my life.
Audrey, before we begin discussing hair and really dive into the details your book, tell the community a little about yourself and your philosophy on healthy hair care.
So instead of me telling you to choose ABC shampoo, I tell you to select a shampoo with these properties for best results. I have been completely overwhelmed by the outpouring of love and support for this book.
A health scientist and member of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists, Sivasothy davi-ssivasothy also author of the international best-selling book–The Science of Black Hair. We take abuse seriously in our discussion boards. Refresh and try again. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.
June 1, at 1: I definitely would like to have more information on your scholarship program. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. You have an awesome book and I wish you much success in the future. The Science of Black Hair: The third section deals with managing chemically treated hair that is relaxed, permed or coloured.
Book Review: The science of black hair by Audrey Davis-Sivasothy
Loving the articles so far. Because it feels good! I also hope to continue using a color rinse in my hair while I am natural. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. How often are dxvis-sivasothy doing this? I live in the Bay Area, please help. Audrey Davis-Sivasothy has read.
Health scientists are essentially behavioral scientists who are trained to develop policies, programs and interventions for target communities who are affected by a particular quality of life issue. Sivasothy has been a guest expert on The Dr. Just wanted to say I love reading through your blog and look forward to all your posts! But instead of placing it on a bookshelf, keep it in the bathroom where it can be easily accessed when washing, conditioning, detangling and styling the hair.
Dec 26, It is divided into five sections, with the davis-sivaxothy exploring the scientific structure of the hair and scalp. Hair is certainly one of those issues that can spill over.
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My problem right now is, finding a protective style or just pressing a curling my hair through my transition process. We are planning to publish their essays in an anthology book. I truly love your book, very professional and well written.
The Science of Black Hair: The author also offers advice for women who have chemically treated hair who want to go natural, explaining what the most effective transitioning methods are. I continue to be amazed. February 8, at 6: Notify audret of new posts via email. How does it make you feel to have such a successful product?
Audrey Davis-Sivasothy (Author of The Science of Black Hair)
This is why I was determined to make The Science of Black Hair a book that could be read by people at any point in their hair journey.
Get to Know Us. Low to High Price: Post was not sent – check your email addresses! I truly believe she does not like herself.
I suppose you could say that I have a laissez-faire hair philosophy. I cannot wear braids or buns. Audrey Davis-Sivasothy Average rating: The author wastes no time in dispelling the damaging myths about afro textured hair that most black women, myself included — were raised on and which have misguided us for years.
Other great aspects of this book are the dozens of photographs including detailed magnified images of the hair and scalp; and interviews with natural hair care and product providers — plus a comprehensive list of recommended products.
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She mostly stays in the house. The first davis-divasothy is another story for another day. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Please try your request again later.