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First Lady’s Hairdresser Signs TV Deal
 
Los Angeles, California, USA - Michelle Obama's hairstylist has landed a development deal to star in a reality television show, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Former Chicagoan Johnny Wright styled the first lady's hair for the Democratic National Convention, her upcoming appearance on the cover of Vogue magazine and other occasions.
 
      He has signed a deal with 44 Blue, which produces such reality shows as Style Network's "Split Ends" and A&E's "L.A. Gang Unit." The company's executive vice president Stephanie Drachkovitch said she discovered Wright while searching for a reality host. "There aren't many people of color doing makeover and beauty shows," she said. "We figured there's got to be somebody out there with a mainstream clientele, but brings a different point of view."
 
      Wright moved to Los Angeles recently and has actors Vivica A. Fox, Rebecca Gayheart and Lauren London among his clients. Drachkovitch said she was impressed with the hairstylist's personality before she knew his Obama connection.
 
      "We fell in love with him before we knew," she said. "There're a lot of hairstylists out there who do celebrities, but they can't center a show." Drachkovitch soon will pitch the idea to cable networks as a docu-soap or a makeover series. The well-timed Obama connection doesn't hurt. "She has certainly emerged as a style icon," Drachkovitch said of the first lady. "She has everyday beauty mixed with elegance. It certainly raises (Wright's) profile."
 
(2009/01/25)
 


Out to Tea Introduces New Collection of Hair Accessories for Girls
 
sequin flower hair clip Leesburg, Virginia, USA - Out to Tea, LLC, a retailer of premium hair accessories that focuses on style and function, introduced their collection of non-slip hair clips, French clips, infant headbands and adjustable headbands. The hair accessories are perfect for babies, toddlers, little girls and teens.
 
      All Out to Tea hair accessories are made by hand using the finest materials from France, Japan and the United States. The clips are fully lined and are secure even in the finest of hair!
 
      From sequin princess crowns to crochet bunnies and beaded flowers - Out to Tea offers the most precious collection of girly hair treats you'll ever find. Whether you're going to the park, beach, or fancy party, dress your child's hair with Out to Tea!
 
      Out to Tea accessories start at $3.99 for their simple and classic clips to $12.00 for the sterling silver rhinestone crowns. All accessories are available at www.Out-to-Tea.com.
 
(2009/01/25)
 


Comedian Takes a Serious Look at Hair
 
Park City, Utah, USA - The Sundance Film Festival hosts a wide range of film subjects, and there have been films before on the subject of hair, but this year’s submission from acclaimed comedian Chris Rock brings an unique perspective to a subject that has been – until now – treated as a major secret. That subject is African-American women’s hair – and specifically the lengths to which these women will go to alter their hair and the way it looks.
 
      The film’s title, “Good Hair” comes from Chris Rock’s daughter, who came to the comic in tears at one point, asking him “Daddy, how come I don’t have good hair?” Rock determined then and there to seek out the reasons for the attitudes in black culture toward their hair. Rock, with director Jeff Stilson, visits hair salons, style competitions and expositions, scientific laboratories, and Indian temples to explore the way black hairstyles impact the lives of black people. The film shows the effects that the treatment of black hair has on income and living expenses, self-image and even sexual relationships.
 
      The film features real stylists and real people, along with many, many big name celebrities, including Ice-T, Kerry Washington, Nia Long, Paul Mooney, Raven Symone, Maya Angelou and Reverend Al Sharpton. These celebrities offer their candid stories and observations on the subject of black culture, self-image and hair, all in an attempt to discern how to respond to his daughter’s heartfelt question.
 
      What he ultimately discovers is that black hair is a big business that doesn’t always benefit the black community, and is an industry whose focus makes it difficult to show young people that the stuff on top of their head is less important that what’s inside. The film is currently being screened at the Sundance Film Festival and may be released for general distribution in the coming months so look for it as ICM (the films backers) hope to sell the distribution rights at the festival.
 
(2009/01/25)
 


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