Texture Perspectives Articles | NaturallyCurly.com
Does Race Affect How We Talk About Our Natural Hair?
The natural hair movement has progressed - does the conversation around it empower ALL women to embrace their natural hair texture?
Is Procter and Gamble Woke Now?
This talk isn’t about birds or bees, but it IS important.
When Your Curl Envy Becomes Dangerous and Unhealthy
You know someone with a hair bias--now what? Are we doing enough to help those in our community overcome their curl envy, or are we contributing to it?
I Took a Hair Bias Test and This is What Happened
"Embracing the real texture of my hair seems to require something more--challenging the deeply embedded," says Alexis McGill Johnson of Perception Institute.
#BlackGirlMagic in the Fashion Industry: Where is the Inclusion?
How do we practice inclusion in a society that only wants to utilize the "cool" parts of us, but never the whole?
How I Figured Out I Have Type 3c Hair (And How to Care For It)
Regardless of which stage you are at in your healthy hair journey, learning your texture type can make a huge difference in your hair care and maintenance routine.
What Would Happen If You Went a Week Without Hair Product?
Naked hair: does it benefit your natural texture?
Your Hair Isn't Straight and Frizzy--It's Naturally Wavy
When deciding your hair type, there are different factors, not just curl pattern.
Is Natural Hair Becoming Too Mainstream?
If I see another "mini bun" tutorial--you mean, Bantu knots?
2016 Is The Year Of Letting Go (And It Starts With Your Hair)
For many women, big chopping is about the personal journey. Mel Burgos chopped her curls for the 2nd time. "Ultimately I was transitioning as a person."
Curl Crush of the Week: Crystal (Style Dose)
I don't texture type. It doesn't matter to me if a product is meant for a certain curl pattern, I am still going to try it for myself.