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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.
Why We Need to Support This Movie About Dad-Daughter Hair Bonding Time
Finally... a movie that celebrates dad-and-daughter bonding time over natural hair!
Did ANOTHER Celebrity Culturally Appropriate Cornrows and Braids?
The natural hair community isn't happy about Coco Austin defending her cornrows and braids.
How Best-Selling Author Angie Thomas Uses Her Voice as a Weapon Against Racism
"I hope that publishing will continue to give these kids mirrors, and the white kids who read this book will get windows into black kids' lives."
Project Beauty Expo: A Curated Event for Natural Beauty Influencers
This event is for women of color who appreciate natural beauty and want to discover products designed with them in mind.
The Top Natural Hair Wedding Trend of 2017
Since preparation is key to a stress-free bride, we reached out to natural hair expert Darrius Peace of Hayah Beauty to share some fall 2017 natural hair trends and tips for your wedding day.
Does Essence Magazine Need Black Investors?
What’s essential in investing in ‘Essence’?
Is Procter and Gamble Woke Now?
This talk isn’t about birds or bees, but it IS important.
In a Natural Hair Rut? Look Up These Twitter Hashtags
3 top Twitter hashtags for curly hair inspiration.
Boots on the Ground Year Round #OOTD
NaturallyCurly Editor April B shares her figuratively deep, literally dark fashion secrets!
This Kickstarter Proves Curly Media is the Future!
Coils, cartoons, and Kickstarter made for a lucrative combination!
NaturallyCurly Book Club Pick of the Month: The Hate U Give
This month's book club pick is all the inspiration you need for self-reflection and fighting injustices: Angie Thomas' "The Hate U Give."
How This Colombian Mother Found Her Magic Through Healing
I always knew I was different from others. I was an extremely sensitive child, but I really knew once I was in college.
I Let People Touch My Hair. Here’s why...
The petting zoo is open, but there IS a price.
Curly Hair Travel Tips: FroGirlGinny + Lauren Lewis Go With The Fro Tour Routine
Your favorite curlistas traveled the world with loads of Design Essentials products to help them get from point A to B this summer.
Own By Femme's Formula for a Successful Blog
After receiving her master’s degree in France, René Daniella pursued a professional blogging career.
Chicago Hairstylists Are Now Undergoing Domestic Abuse Training
When going to the hair salon is a matter of life or death.
I Won’t Bless This Mess: Curly Hair and the Fashion Industry
Lack of execution means heads should roll.
Wonder What Obia's Favorite Product is From Her Holy Grail Line?
They say that some of the best things are discovered by accident, which is kind of how OBIA Naturals got started.
These Magazines Empower Me to Love My Natural Hair
Because representation matters.
Un-ruly's Antonia on Growing Up Black and Natural in France
In this #CurlsAroundtheWorld feature, I spoke with Antonia of Un-Ruly on the inspiration behind her latest series, #Hairties.
Job Satisfaction is Closer than You Think
A fulfilling life isn’t measured in inspirational TED Talk views...
TEDx Speaker Cheyenne Cochrane talks Curls, Culture, and Empowerment
Get to know one of the most vocal ambassadors in the natural hair movement!
My Childhood Self-Identity Issues Empower Me Today
"I truly feel like I am my only competition and everything I need is within."
The Moment That Embracing My Colors Wasn't an Option Anymore
This was the turning point that led me to realize the importance of self-identity.