Finger waves 1920s Black History

1920's Black History

1920’s Black History

Finger waves, 1920’s Fingerwaves is apart of Black history ? ?  Granddaughter of a Slave! 
Marjorie Stewart Joyner was born in Monterey, Virginia on October 24, 1896, the granddaughter of a slave and a slave-owner.

In 1912, an eager Marjorie moved to Chicago, Illinois to pursue a career in cosmetology.

She enrolled in the A.B. Molar Beauty School and in 1916 became the first Black women to graduate from the school.

Following graduation, the 20 year old opened a beauty salon.
She was introduced to Madame C.J. Walker, a well-known Black businesswoman, specializing in beauty products and services.

Madam C. J. Walker

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Madam C. J. Walker

Walker supplied beauty products to a number of the most prominent Black figures of the time, including singer

Fingerwave 1920's,

Josephine Baker , 1928-1930

, Finger wave 1920’s .

With her fame, Ms. Walker was able to open over 200 beauty salon shops across the United States.

madam walker Building

madam walker Building

After Madame Walker’s death in 1919, Marjorie was hired to oversee the Madame C.J. Walker Beauty Colleges as national supervisor. For more see at blackinventor.com.
Jazz Age icon Josephine Baker was daring enough to go even shorter with the
Eton crop..

 The Eton crop is a very short, slicked-down version of the crop, worn by Josephine Baker, among others. The Eton crop was the shortest of the “bobbed” hairstyles. It was named after the famous English school whose boys wore their hair slightly longer than was than was usual for the day. It was indeed sometimes termed the “boyish bob” ..In Fashion from about 1926-1927.
Josephine Baker, Which ’20s hairstyle is your favorite? 

Josephine Baker_ Hairstyles Eton Crop

Joan Crawford 1920s

Fingerwave 1920s Marcel Wave Hairstyle

  Fingerwave_1920s Marcel Wave Hairstyle 

1920s Bob Wave HairstyleS

1920s Bob Wave HairstyleS