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How I Pay Sartorial Homage to My Ancestry... When I Don't Know What It Is #OOTD
Like most black people in the diaspora of the Americas, I'm not sure of my exact ancestry.
I Am a Full Grown Woman Who Loves Vitiligo Dolls
Vitiligo and albino dolls are changing the face of beauty.
What It's Like Wearing Natural Hair as an Arab American Woman
"Curly hair is seen as a problem to be fixed, and you'll find no shortage of salons in the Middle East that cater to, while reaffirming, these insecurities."
20 Most Ridiculous Friday The 13th Hair Superstitions
Maybe you should cancel next Wednesday's hair appointment.
What Your Hair Really Says About You, According to Scholars of the Body
It's not "just hair." How we style our hair says much about who we are, our historical context and what we value.
Attack of the Curl Clones: Are We Starting to Look the Same?
You're unique just like everybody else...
7 Multi-Ethnic Women on the Brands that Give Them What They Need
Finally, there was something created for my curls!
This Canadian MP Shut Down Body Shaming & Hair Discrimination While Rocking Her 'Dope' Braids
Caesar-Chavannes rocks 'dope' braids and shuts down body-shamers, reminding us why we need more women in government.
The Curly Monologues Brings New Yorkers Together for a Night of Storytelling
The Curly Monologues serves as an open platform for those of us with various thoughts about our textured hair struggles.
The History of Headwraps: Then, There, and Now
The accessory has a rich history across the African diaspora and is a great option for a protective style.
Meet Two of Kenya's Budding Natural Hair Bloggers
Find out their holy grails, transitioning tips and more!
How Much do we Need Icons?
Statues are on red alert.
NaturallyCurly's Book "The Curl Revolution" Hits Bestseller List
"The Curl Revolution" is officially an Amazon bestseller, and we couldn't be more excited.
We're Here For Serena Williams' Love Letter to Her Mom
"I am proud we were able to show them what some women look like." - Serena Williams
The Textured Hair Inspiration You Missed From The Meadows Festival NYC
As festival season winds down, Devri spotted all the best hair inspo for us at The Meadows Festival in NYC.
Here's What It Means to Me to Be An Afro Latina Woman #NCCelebratesBodyPositivity
Beauty standards suck, and because of that I will forever love and celebrate the imperfectly perfect woman.
My Fight With My Curls - And Trichotillomania | The Curly Monologues
Patria Diaz is talking about her fight in The Curly Monologues.
This is Why My Hair is Thriving in Kenya
Texture Tip: The weather, your diet and lifestyle play a key role in healthy hair.
This Blogger Says We Should Allow People to Touch Our Hair
Would you let a stranger touch your hair in public? This blogger promotes hair curiosity over hate.
4 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Attending a Music Festival
Seriously, the versatility of having naturally curly hair is something that never gets old in situations like these.
Here's How You Can Help in the Aftermath of Hurricane Harvey
On Friday evening, a Category 4 hurricane rocked the coast of Texas affecting several cities, including my current home in Houston, TX.
Back to School Self-Care Strategies for Parents & Their Kids
Returning to school can be a stressful time for kids of all ages.
Why AfroPunk Is So Much More Than a Music Festival
Do you celebrate your inner glow with no apologies? If so, you should have been with us in Brooklyn for AfroPunk this past weekend.
Why You Need to See This Vibrant Photo Series About Women of Color
You are enough, just as you are.
What It's Like Having Natural Hair in South Africa #CurlsAroundtheWorld
To understand what natural hair means in South Africa, you must first unpack the country’s unique racial history.
The Major Takeaway Every Afro-Latina Curly Got From Rizos on the Road
Sharing stories amongst women of all shades, shapes, and backgrounds makes me proud to be an Afro-Latina.
This Ode to Natural Beauty is the Ultimate Guide to Black Girl Magic
Inspire, heal and encourage women of color to embrace their natural beauty.