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This Dominican Salon Ditched The Chemical Services
This Dominican Salon Ditched The Chemical Services
This salon owner is changing how we think of the Dominican salon.
This is Why Hairstylists Tell You "No"
This is Why Hairstylists Tell You "No"
Below are the top three reasons that may make a hairstylist deny service (and if they don't, they should).
This Stylist Believes Swords & Fire are the "Most Exact" Way to Cut Hair
How to Find a Natural Hair Salon
How to Find a Natural Hair Salon
It's time to finally discover a salon that you love.
Do Not Go to a Salon Without Doing This First
Do Not Go to a Salon Without Doing This First
While I take pride in being able to care for my own strands at home, I still frequent the salon. This is how I prepare.
This is Why Hairstylists are Losing Clients
This is Why Hairstylists are Losing Clients
The hair industry is always evolving.
Curly Beginner's Guide: Avoiding a Bad Curly Haircut
Curly Beginner's Guide: Avoiding a Bad Curly Haircut
Curly wet hair and curly dry hair are like distant cousins; they may be in the same family, but they act very, very differently.
"I Started Succeeding Once I Started Living the True Curly Lifestyle"
"I Started Succeeding Once I Started Living the True Curly Lifestyle"
Artistic director for Redken and Deva Curl products Isabella Vázquez sheds light on what it takes to make it big in the curly hair industry.
10 Types Of Hairstylists I Don't Like
10 Types Of Hairstylists I Don't Like
The Gossiper, Mr. "I Blame You", and the stylist who attempts 3 heads at once... who have you encountered before?
Cindy at Hairmonious in L.A.: Curly Salon Review
Cindy at Hairmonious in L.A.: Curly Salon Review
"Thank you hair gods for finally bringing a curly hair specialist to the Hollywood area! I don't drive--now I have my own curly guru only a 5-minute bus ride away."
"If You Straighten Your Curls, You'll Lose Your Super Power"
"If You Straighten Your Curls, You'll Lose Your Super Power"
Maryland-based salon owner and stylist Wafaya recalls her first time reading The Curly Girl Handbook. "Finally, us curly women were understood."