Like millions of black women across America, Natalee Fairley religiously wraps her hair every night before going to sleep. "Wrapping my hair at night is not an option," says Fairley, co-founder of Beauty Sleep Couture Hair Gowns.
"I'm a busy working mom and wife and I like the benefit of just brushing my hair in the morning and going about my day." But the 32 year old attorney admits that there is an ugly side to wrapping. "Whether it's Aunt Jemima or Mummy-head, women are constantly made fun of when we wrap our hair," she says. "Women should not have to choose between wrapping their hair and feeling attractive in the bedroom."