With the recent success of Straight Outta Compton over the last three weeks, the box office is not the only place that is making record sales!

Community Post: IS THE JHERI CURL MAKING A COMEBACK BECAUSE OF STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON?

With the recent success of Straight Outta Compton over the last three weeks, the box office is not the only place that is making record sales!

With the recent success of Straight Outta Compton over the last three weeks, the box office is not the only place that is making record sales!

Community Post: IS THE JHERI CURL MAKING A COMEBACK BECAUSE OF STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON?

With the recent success of Straight Outta Compton over the last three weeks, the box office is not the only place that is making record sales!

With the recent success of Straight Outta Compton over the last three weeks, the box office is not the only place that is making record sales!

Community Post: IS THE JHERI CURL MAKING A COMEBACK BECAUSE OF STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON?

With the recent success of Straight Outta Compton over the last three weeks, the box office is not the only place that is making record sales!

With the recent success of Straight Outta Compton over the last three weeks, the box office is not the only place that is making record sales!

Community Post: IS THE JHERI CURL MAKING A COMEBACK BECAUSE OF STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON?

With the recent success of Straight Outta Compton over the last three weeks, the box office is not the only place that is making record sales!

The Jheri curl (often spelled Jerry curl or Jeri Curl) is a permed hairstyle that was common and popular among African American, Black Canadian, and Black British, especially during the 1980s and the 1990s. Invented by the hairdresser Jheri Redding,[1] the Jheri curl gave the wearer a glossy, loosely curled look. It was touted as a "wash and wear" style that was easier to care for than the other popular chemical treatment of the day, the relaxer.

The Jheri curl (often spelled Jerry curl or Jeri Curl) is a permed hairstyle that was common and popular among African American, Black Canadian, and Black British, especially during the 1980s and the 1990s. Invented by the hairdresser Jheri Redding,[1] the Jheri curl gave the wearer a glossy, loosely curled look. It was touted as a "wash and wear" style that was easier to care for than the other popular chemical treatment of the day, the relaxer.

Conk, Afro, Jheri Curl & Dreadlocks - Black Hair History

Conk, Afro, Jheri Curl & Dreadlocks - Black Hair History

Jheri Curl June: Wendy & Lisa's “Satisfaction” – Dystopian Dance Party

Jheri Curl June: Wendy & Lisa's “Satisfaction” – Dystopian Dance Party

Jheri Curl (noun) : See definition of Raw:

The Greatest Jheri Curls Known to Mankind

Jheri Curl (noun) : See definition of Raw:

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