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Watch Us Talk to Our Moms On Camera - Try Not to Cry
Watch Us Talk to Our Moms On Camera - Try Not to Cry
This Mother's Day, tell your mom why you think she's beautiful.
LA Leaves Me on a Curl High #TheCurlRevolution
LA Leaves Me on a Curl High #TheCurlRevolution
One thousand feet above LA, we celebrated curl progress.
The Curl Revolution is in Full Effect!
The Curl Revolution is in Full Effect!
"I want to help this next generation of stylists to love what they do and have a passion for it."
The Curl Revolution Stopped at Atlanta's Southern Curl Salon
The Curl Revolution Stopped at Atlanta's Southern Curl Salon
My sixth stop of the The Curl Revolution book tour at Southern Curl Salon Atlanta was all about sharing stories.
Michelle Breyer, Co-founder of NaturallyCurly, Celebrates Her Legacy in Florida at the Ouidad Salon
Michelle Breyer, Co-founder of NaturallyCurly, Celebrates Her Legacy in Florida at the Ouidad Salon
"This has been a reminder of why NaturallyCurly was created 19 years ago and how we are still a resource."
The Curl Revolution Book Tour Rocks San Francisco
The Curl Revolution Book Tour Rocks San Francisco
It was a reminder of why we do what we do.
NaturallyCurly's Michelle Breyer Celebrates The Curl Revolution in NYC
Michelle Breyer on #TheCurlRevolution: "It's About Our Community"
Michelle Breyer on #TheCurlRevolution: "It's About Our Community"
Michelle Breyer and the NaturallyCurly team celebrate The Curl Revolution in the DMV at Oasis Salon!
Meet Best-selling Author Michelle Breyer on The Curl Revolution Book Tour!
Meet Best-selling Author Michelle Breyer on The Curl Revolution Book Tour!
By taking our NaturallyCurly community offline best-selling author Michelle Breyer has found a new way to connect every curl, around the world.
Why AfroPunk Is So Much More Than a Music Festival
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.
An Open Letter to Alt-Black Culture at AfroPunk 2017
An Open Letter to Alt-Black Culture at AfroPunk 2017
This is why AfroPunk is a space we need.