With the No Sugar Challenge coming to an official end, I know our bodies are saying “Whew! Thank you!”
“I wish someone could have told me that when I was 12 and convinced that straight hair was the only way for me to be beautiful.” Meet Curl Talk Project founder, Johanna.
We have been here for Serena Williams every time she lived and breathed black girl magic long before it was a hashtag on Twitter.
“I had been to so many curly girl events and none of them had a social responsibility… but I knew I wanted to change lives.”
Get this award-winning actress’s hairstyle!
The NaturallyCurly #nosugar challenge is here! You’re probably thinking what the heck am I going to eat for the next 2 weeks?!
The entertainment industry wants Latinas that fit into a specific mold, but if you’re black, you can’t be Latina.
Even though many of us have grown comfortable with our curls, there are other curly people — such as Monica — who are just beginning their hair journies.
2017 has been a game-changing year for women. We have found our voice and are making it heard. We are working for equality and representation and we are pushing for our seat at the table.
“The Curl Revolution to me is the representation of an amazing dream realized.”
This HBO short follows the journey of a 10-year-old girl who decides to relax her hair after once having great love for her afro. Have you seen it?
Oh my stars and garters… look at these curly celestial goddesses.
“Even though NaturallyCurly is online, nothing can replace hugging someone and talking to them face to face.”
It’s time to do you, boo and rep yourself unapologetically in the new year. Happy Shopping babes! <3
I went back into my Twitter Archives and spanned the ENTIRE Internet to find the best clapbacks of 2017. You deserve a laugh. Let me know if I missed your favs!
The Curl Revolution is all about community, so whether you’re rocking a fresh big chop or you’re a texture vet, this book is truly for everyone.
All your holiday gift problems solved.
Have you ever been discriminated against because of your natural hair at work? This book will help you know your rights.
Removing the stigma of shame over sexual assault & violence and holding our perpetrators accountable is something our country has struggled with for far too long, and Time’s Magazines Person of the Year is the perfect representation of how a tide is shifting.
“These book signings have reinforced the need for these types of conversations to be happening.”
I love living in NYC… my hair and skin? Maybe not so much.
When NaturallyCurly got its start almost 20 years ago, the core of the site was CurlTalk.
The salons, the events, the products, the cost – this is what it’s like being a curly girl in NYC.
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