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Stop Thinking "What Can I Do to Make Money," Think This Instead
Brandelyn Green, created Voice Of Hair, to give women an opportunity to find the best hairstylists in their area, plus be able to access their work before they book their appointment.
This Woman Didn't Want to Make Just Another Hair Product...
Creating a line of products with the right ingredients was just the beginning of the recipe for CEO and owner of Moisture Love, Jeannell Darden.
Would You Uproot Your Family of 5 for a More Authentic Life?
On a whim, this family of 5 traded their Chicago home for a home in Mexico -- here's why.
Dear Single Mothers: YOU Have the Hardest Job, But Don't Give Up
Being a mother isn’t the easiest job in the world but it is extremely rewarding.
Learn How To Define your Natural Curls like a Boss
Hey, Curly Woman: You have that go-getter attitude and entrepreneurial spirit to match. Style your curls accordingly!
What You Need to Start Your Own Business #SmallBusinessWeek
Here's a few things that I wish I knew that I'd like to share with you before you take the plunge and create your business.
This is How You Can Encourage Girls to Love S.T.E.M.
Recently, the theatrical release of Hidden Figures, a story of African American women mathematicians and scientists at NASA, has sparked the interest of girls pursuing careers in math, science, and technology.
Meet Taliah Waajid: The Queen of Natural Hair
America’s natural hair care visionary has been described as the modern Madam C.J. Walker. Learn more about her today!
Richelieu Dennis is On a Mission to Invest in Women-Led Businesses
Richelieu Dennis is the mastermind behind natural product brands such as Shea Moisture, Nubian Heritage and Madam CJ Walker Beauty Culture.
6 Women-Owned Health & Beauty Companies to Watch in 2017
These women are bridging the gap in the beauty and health industries.
10 Athletes Who Rock Their Natural Hair
These female athletes don’t only represent strength, poise, and accomplishment while they perform, they are beginning to reflect the natural movement.
This is How Today's #GirlBosses Build Their Brands
These girlbosses are building brands that resonate with millions of women all over the world.
4 Women I Feel Changed The Natural Hair Game #HerStory
When you’re running those products through your crown, there are a few boss women I want you to keep in mind.
Curly Content Creator RisasRizos Has a Surprise for Her Followers!
Rizos on the Road is the most anticipated natural hair tour of 2017, giving the curly community a chance to meet two of our favorite Afro-Latina content creators.
Women's History Month: Interview with CURLS Founder Mahisha Dellinger
Mahisha Dellinger is the texture-preneur we all love!
Women's History Month: Interview with Resa B. Luster
Shop talk with the woman behind family-owned and operated brand: Luster Products, Inc.
Here's The Solution for Mothers Who Have Kids with Coils, Curls & Kinks
Stylist, Kenya Rynea, is creating a solution for mothers to care for their daughter's hair, even if they have a different hair texture.
How to be a (curl) Boss: Advice from As I Am Director of Education Alana Snowden
Former hairstylist makes waves-and curls and coils-in the natural hair care category.
15 Uplifting Stories in Honor of Women's History Month
Frida, Oprah, Rihanna, you, me... This March, NaturallyCurly editors and contributors honor strong women.
What Rihanna's Latest Honor Means for Celebrity Humanitarianism
Rihanna wants us to pay attention to her efforts in humanitarianism.
Super Hairo: 2 Women-Owned companies on Selling Safer Products
Did you know that the laws that govern the regulations for personal care products are severely outdated?
3 Benefits of Blueberries for Textured Hair Growth
CURLS Founder Mahisha Dellinger explains the importance of blueberries as natural hair growth superstars.
10 Ways Oprah Taught Me How to Be a Trailblazer
Oprah is a trailblazer who continues to break barriers and reminds us that we are LIMITLESS!
Making it Work From Home
You don’t need to start professionally to end professionally.
Uplifting Words for All Aspiring Entrepreneurs
"I truly believe that I walk alongside my ancestors and that they have been guiding me before I was ever aware of my own existence."
Why and How You Should Challenge the Status Quo This Black History Month
I appreciate the added melanin to my news feeds throughout February, but I often question if reading someone’s social post is truly teaching me.
Natural Who Made History: Judith Jamison
The reception of the arts was once classified into separate categories: the high art and the black art. Judith Jamison merged the two.