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Glueless Lace Front Wigs

Glueless Lace Front Wigs

Influenced the way African Americans dress and viewed themselves. Early in the 60's, you could catch an African American male sporting what was called is a conk. The conk was a hairstyle made popular among African American men. Coming into the 60's, the conk was popular because blacks were still Glueless Lace Front Wigs in the mindset of whites being superior so they would have their hair chemically straightened to resemble the hair of a white man. The style later fell out of popularity with the emergence of the black power movement and one of its trademarks, the Afro. Becoming popular in the 60's, the Afro quickly became a symbol of African American pride. The Afro was much more than just big hair. It gave African Americans the chance to embrace their ethnicity and to not feel socially forced to copy white hair. The irony of that situation was that, while Blacks were embracing their "roots" so to speak, Whites started to copy them, thus creating what has to be one of the most lasting images of the 60's.

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