Julia Rizzo

Curly Teen Scene: Curly Hair Through the Eyes of My Guys
Curly Teen Scene: Curly Hair Through the Eyes of My Guys
Gabe is 16, and he loves playing soccer and skateboarding with his friends. He cuts his hair when it doesn’t fit under his skateboard helmet.
Curly Teen Scene: Gifts for Curlies!
Curly Teen Scene: Gifts for Curlies!
For Christmas we often get each other hair products; a few bottles each usually gets us through January! Pamper your friends by putting together some great products for them.
Curly Teen Scene: Let Your Curls Be Rockin'
Curly Teen Scene: Let Your Curls Be Rockin'
Taylor is a great example of how curly hair makes a statement of confidence, especially if it’s not beaten into submission with layers of product, a blow dryer, and a barrette.
Curly Teen Scene: Fun Looks for Halloween
Curly Teen Scene: Fun Looks for Halloween
If you want to temporarily change your hair color to fit your new persona, a product I’ve used is L’Oreal Color Pulse. This "non-permanent" hair color has the same consistency as mousse and comes in a similar container.
Curly Teen Scene: Stories of Curliness
Curly Teen Scene: Stories of Curliness
While thinking about being a curly kid, memories, like sound bytes, pop into my mind. Growing up with curly hair was a challenge for me, albeit one that gradually became easier as I grew in self-confidence and maturity.
Curly Teen Scene: Embracing is Best
Curly Teen Scene: Embracing is Best
On the other hand, one thing I love about naturally curly hair is that it can take relatively little effort to style. Many curly girls have a dirty secret they keep from the rest of the world -- they don’t wash their hair everyday.
Curly Teen Scene: Liberate Your Curls
Curly Teen Scene: Liberate Your Curls
As I grew older and more mature, I realized that like so many other messages mass media sends us, this isn’t one we should take to heart. Sure, I use more conditioner in a week than most girls do in a month.
Curly Teen Scene: An Interview With a Curly Girl's Mom
Curly Teen Scene: An Interview With a Curly Girl's Mom
People would stop me on the street and always comment on your hair. I wanted all of you to learn that it was less important what you looked like, and more important how you treated other people.