These are the headlines that have the NaturallyCurly office talking this week, because even in our off time we talk curly hair!
New Zealand has installed $400 flat irons in public restrooms.
New Zealand's Ministry of Business is providing coin-operated straightening irons in the public restrooms so women can keep up "personal appearance and brand."
More women are trading in baking soda for shampoo.
After vetting the pros and cons of washing hair with shampoo, Emily from The Spice Of Life deleted her sulfate shampoo usage 9 months ago and is now an active online "No-Poo Movement" influencer.
Dutch afros have a secret, and these bloggers want to tell.
In this book, "we share more than 35 stories of trendsetting, cool, happy and passionate Afro-Dutch women (and a few men) that tell their hair story in a funny, and heartwarming but bold manner." Get it now
"The Talk" star Adrienne Bailon pledges to be Team No Heat this summer.
Singer-turned-talk show host Adrienne Bailon told Latina.com and Instagram that she promised to abstain from applying heat to her hair this summer.
Yet another reason why NaturallyCurly's co-founder is so cool.
Check out her summary of 9 other dope quotes from speakers at the empowering Blogging While Brown Conference.
Montreal started its first annual meetup!
This weird sponge will twist your hair for you.
Yup, you read that right. Would you use this?
The big trend on Spring-Summer 2016 runways? Afros.
Reginald, GQ's resident fro wearer, tells us the steps to rocking one with confidence.