Da Kink in My Hair is a Canadian television sitcom created by Trey Anthony and Paul Ngozi and based on the play of the same name by Anthony, which follows the lives of a group of women who let their hair down in more ways than one at Letty's, a vibrant and bustling hair salon in Toronto's Caribbean community.
The series premiered in Canada on Global on 14 October, 2007. There are two seasons of the show to date.
Da Kink in My Hair premiered in South Africa on SABC1 on Friday 18 September 2009, at 20h30. Season 2 has not yet aired in South Africa.
Da Kink in My Hair follows the lives of a group of women who let their hair down in more ways than one at Letty's, a vibrant and bustling hair salon in Toronto's Caribbean community.
Novelette's personal life picks up where it left off in season one – complicated!
She is romantically involved with Richard, but his ex-wife and family get in the way. Making matters worse, Dre's father, Cedric, re-enters her life.
As Novelette tries to untangle the webs in her personal life, she still has a shop to run and a family to look over.
Her sister Joy makes her return to Letty's Salon and tries to find her 'own' place within the shop. Starr, a budding hairstylist, continues her journey to find her roots, which includes dating her first black man.
The shop also has a new man in town, Malik, a teen who is rough around the edges, but has a good heart. Letty's son, Dre, is a year older, has new friends, new loves and more growing pains.
Letty's Salon is still the place to go to laugh, to shout, to cry and to get a really good deep conditioning.