Bristol, Conn. (PRWEB) April 17, 2012
On Monday The Color Stylist online magazine, written by a Westlake Village Hairstylist, praised the women of the WNBA for their work ethic, hair and beauty. The editor Shannon Whiteside said "I have to praise these hard working women for not only being at the top of their game, but also at the top of my list for beautiful hair."
The WNBA, Women's National Basketball Association, is a women's professional basketball league. The 2012 draft took place on Monday, April 16th. The Stanford senior, Nnemkadi Ogwumike, was picked first by the Los Angeles Sparks. With just 11 roster spots on 12 teams it's hard to break into the WNBA. With limited spots available, college players comimg out of some of the best four year programs still don't have a chance to make a WNBA team. But, because it is an Olympic year there may still be a few openings for this years draft picks.
The WNBA was first approved by the NBA in 1996. The league started off with 8 teams, and has now grown up to the current 12 teams. The WNBA has hosted players from around the world including, Brazil, France, Australia, Italy, Spain, Belgium, and many others. The WNBA is composed of the Atlanta Dream, Chicago Sky, Connecticut Sun, Indiana Fever, New York Liberty, Washington Mystics, Los Angeles Sparks, Minnesota Lynx, Phoenix Mercury, San Antonio Silver Stars, Seattle Storm, and Tulsa Shock teams.
The Color Stylist is an online magazine written by Westlake Village hair stylist Shannon Whiteside devoted to current trends in hair coloring and styles, beauty, and advanced hair coloring techniques for hair and beauty professionals.