Articles By MahoganyCurls/Jessica Lewis

Jenell from KinkyCurlyCoilyMe.com shares her tips on how to co-wash natural hair to keep it clean and moisturized.

As Jenell explains it, co-washing is washing your hair with conditioner only. Back in the day, naturals would wash their hair with conditioner to keep their hair clean without the drying effects of too much shampoo. Now, major companies are producing great cleansing conditioners, or co-washes, to cleanse and moisturize natural and curly hair.


Jess, also known as MahoganyCurls, shows you how to do a roller set and silk wrap on natural hair.


Jess shows us how she gets second-day hair after doing the accordion technique from Lorainne Massey's "Curly Girl: The Handbook" book.


MahoganyCurls does a video review of Curl Keeper by Curly Hair Solutions. A little goes a long way. Smells good! Works with a shampoo free method.

The main goal for this is to control frizz and it does!


A review of the Curls Like Us Cloths. When your hair is wet you blot with this cloth—it absorbs water without roughing up the cuticle and causing frizz.

Curls stay together and formed well. No frizz! Amazing!

Have you tried the cloth? Add your review here!



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3 Ways to Wear a Hair Bow

Three ways to style a hair bow, without looking like a 5 year old.
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Emily Grace's #NaturallyCurly Guru Tag

Emily Grace shares tips on products for wavy hair and being a teen vlogger.
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Your 18-MEA Cuticle Layer: Once It's Gone, There's No Turning Back

18-MEA is essential to your hair health, and once it's gone there's little you can do to bring it back.
April 23, 2014 Read more »