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When I'm not working I like to shampoo and air dry my hair and go.
OR I diffuse my hair and take a small barrel iron to define unruly curls. First it was a transition...in 2008 I cut my hair short when I released my new album! Without weave it was down to the middle of my back. " 1Love Blog: I really enjoyed your episode of 'Styled by June'. What projects are you working on and when can we expect another gospel album?
I like Mixed Chicks products and I also love Moroccan Oil line of products. [My favorite gospel song of yours is still ‘Heard a Word’ – Nothing like that still quiet voice].
Michelle: I can't wait to do another gospel project! I like ALL types of music, but I guess because of my upbringing it's rooted and grounded in me! 1LB: Speaking of 'Styled by June', I absolutely loved your “before” hair and the statement you made while in the salon chair - [granted, I’m partial to curly hair *smile*].
Why do you think there is such a misconception or drawback in the industry for those who choose to rock curly ‘dos?