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Getting that Famous Dominican Touch
Salons operated by immigrants from the Dominican Republic and their descendants have earned a positive reputation
Cleansing Agents in Shampoos
We look at surfactants, the primary ingredients responsible for the removal of oils from the hair.
How to Select the Right Red Lipstick
Everyone can wear red lipstick -- everyone! It doesn't matter if you're a pale, nordic princess, or a dark, nubian queen; there is a shade of red for you.
Ouidad Q&A: How Do I Avoid Buildup?
I'm a strong believer in water-soluble products. I don't believe you have to weigh your hair down to control it.
What do Botanicals Do?
Check out our list of herbs and natural ingredients featured in hair-care products, particularly for curly, kinky or wavy hair.
The Real Scoop on Silicones
The pros and cons of silicones
Hairpieces: Extending Your Beauty
Extensions and wigs can be used to instantly give curlyheads a different look, whether you desire straight hair, highlights or a long curly ponytail.
Trends in Curly Hair
At Orlando hair show, curly and wavy models were everywhere.
Ouidad Q&A: I Never Wear My Hair Down
Applying a deep treatment to your hair every two weeks will definitely put the pulse in those curls
Curlisto Launches Kids' Line with Sweet Party
Curl Expert Christo Christo of Christo Fifth Avenue Salon in New York City launches a line for kids.
Who Turned Up the Heat!
On those days when you’re sure you’re going to melt, minimal makeup is your best bet. Skip foundation in favour of a tinted sunscreen product (Neutrogena Healthy Skin or Prada Hydrating Gel Tint in SPF 15) or make your own by mixing a bit of your foundation with your facial sunscreen.
Ouidad Q&A: Ouidad Offers Clarification
The reason I’ve created my “Play Curl” line is because I constantly am addressed with heads of curls that are not strong enough to stay curly and bouncy all day. Play Curl is a boosting line to help boost your curls with out feeling neither sticky nor dry.
Stylists agree that here should be no rules when it comes to hair length and age. What is important is to find a cut and color that flatter the face shape.
Caring for Kids' Curls
Curly kids have an advantage these days, with greater acceptance of curls, a variety of styling options and a number of products that help kids love their hair’s texture early on.
Teaching Kids the Joy of Curls
With the proper care, kids can learn to love their curls.
How to Style Curly Hair & Beat the Heat
Learn how to style curly hair and make heat and humidity your friend.
The Lowdown on Buildup
If you're Holy Grail products stop working or you're finding dandruff-like particles on your hair and scalp, you’re probably a victim of buildup.
A Model of Natural Beauty
Model Tomiko Fraser says her decision to go natural was one of the best decisions she ever made -- not only for the health of her hair but also for her career.
A World of Wavies
Despite the frustrations, stylists say waves are the most versatile hair type because they can have it both ways.
Mascara: How to Get Clump-Free Lashes
It's ok to use inexpensive mascara!
Ouidad Q&A: Deep Treatment Might Help Add Curls
When you’re diffusing you are actually adding more curl with the aid of the diffuser and your hair is performing because it’s not dry and dehydrated.
The Art of Cutting Curly Hair
Methods vary, but these stylists are all experts at cutting curly hair
These Aren’t Your Mother’s Blow Dryers
Now, it’s easier than ever to temporarily straighten, dry, or better define your curls.
The Jane Carter Solution: Homegrown, Natural Haircare
When New Jersey hairdresser Jane Carter developed severe asthma in response to the chemicals she was using, she decided to learn about what went into haircare products. As a result, she created her own line of natural products.
Natural Shampoos for Curly Hair
Many of us look towards commercial products that promise to detangle, condition and soften, to avoid breakage, but nature also has a bountiful supply of ingredients to coddle your curls.
Bumble and bumble creates Curl Consciousness
When haircare company Bumble and bumble launched its Curl Conscious line of products, it wanted to do more than sell shampoos, conditioners and styling products. It was about creating a curl culture.
Ouidad Q&A: Tell me about Biosoftening
Remember my philosophy: “Less is More” It works in all areas of curly hair care.