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How the DevaCurl Styling Cream Works... On 4 Different Curl Patterns
How the DevaCurl Styling Cream Works... On 4 Different Curl Patterns
These YouTubers decided to try out one product to see how it would affect their different hair types. What did we think?
5 Ways to Use Shea Butter for Hair (That You Haven't Tried Yet)
5 Ways to Use Shea Butter for Hair (That You Haven't Tried Yet)
Here are 5 uncommon uses for Shea butter that you should try today.
3 Gorgeous Bridesmaid Hairstyles for Curly Hair
3 Gorgeous Bridesmaid Hairstyles for Curly Hair
If you have wavy or curly hair, it can be challenging finding a hairstyle that works with a wedding dress code.
How Straight Hair Girls Secretly Get Curls Overnight
How Straight Hair Girls Secretly Get Curls Overnight
Not everyone is lucky enough to have perfectly uniform and symmetrical curls. If you have some straight stragglers, the Toilet Paper Method may work for you.
3 Ingredients that Make Your Hair Stink
Why Your Type 4 Coily Wash and Go is Failing
Why Your Type 4 Coily Wash and Go is Failing
The failed wash and gos stop today.
"Biracial Hair" is a Thing, & Other Hair Myths You Shouldn't Believe
"Biracial Hair" is a Thing, & Other Hair Myths You Shouldn't Believe
All of these editors are biracial, and all of their hair is completely different.
5 Gentle (But Effective) Shampoos For Thinning Edges
5 Gentle (But Effective) Shampoos For Thinning Edges
If you have thin edges using a shampoo can be intimidating. It doesn't have to be. Here are 5 that will cleanse your scalp effectively.
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."
3 Brands that Never Fail My Type 4 Hair
3 Brands that Never Fail My Type 4 Hair
These are my go-to brands that never fail to give my hair moisture and strength.
How to Remove Henna Dye from Your Hair
How to Remove Henna Dye from Your Hair
Henna dye is permanent. It won't allow even bleach to penetrate it for a color correction or new hue. I found out after trying to color my curls--and failing.