Michelle Breyer

Alison Stewart: Remaining True to Her Locks
Alison Stewart: Remaining True to Her Locks
In an industry where conformity is the rule, Alison Stewart's willingness to stray from the norm has made her a positive role model for curly women everywhere. The e-mails she receives most often are from fellow curlies looking for advice, and she always writes back.
Get a Boost — Curl Rejuvenators
Get a Boost — Curl Rejuvenators
Many curlies aspire to achieve second-day hair, while some of us would just be happy to make it through the day with our waves and ringlets looking shiny and defined. That's where curl rejuvenators come into play.
Frizz Free, One Quarter at a Time
Frizz Free, One Quarter at a Time
The Straight Up "hair straightener" vending machines have popped up in more than 700 clubs, bars, gyms and shopping centers around the UK
Sourcing Ingredients From Afar
Sourcing Ingredients From Afar
In their quest to develop the most effective skin and haircare products, companies like Aveda and Ojon are traveling the globe, turning to indigenous cultures to find ancient tribal remedies. At the same time, these companies want the communities to be a part of their success -- a concept called benefit sharing.
Making Haircuts Fun
Making Haircuts Fun
Although there were plenty of books about how to help kids overcome their fear of the dentist and the doctor, she couldn't find anything that dealt with the fear of getting a haircut.
Deep Conditioners For Dry Hair
Deep Conditioners For Dry Hair
Cold weather, along with indoor heating, can wreak havoc on curls and kinks
Curly Hair Product Spotlight: Fabric Naturals
Curly Hair Product Spotlight: Fabric Naturals
Fabric Naturals evolved out of a holistic and integrative medicine consulting company, which provides patients and practitioners with approaches to wellness.
Typing Kids' Hair: Just Go With the Flow
Typing Kids' Hair: Just Go With the Flow
Determining the hair type of an adult can be difficult enough. But for kids, it can an especially complicated endeavor -- a task made more difficult by the ever-evolving nature of children's hair.