2018 Netflix movie Nappily Ever After voices the relationship of Black women with their natural hair and try to free them from the white beauty ideals imposed by the modern culture. By delving into historical connotations, this film review aims to understand how and why stereotypical narratives about African-American beauty and hair exist in media and shows the societal and psychological consequences of underrepresentation.
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"Hayfa el Mansur, Nappily Ever After (2018): Chasing Perfection,"
Markets, Globalization & Development Review:
1, Article 7.
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