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Kids Curly Hair Q&A: Do Adult Products Work for Kids' Hair?
Kids Curly Hair Q&A: Do Adult Products Work for Kids' Hair?
Children’s formulations tend to be gentler and address the different needs that children have.
Sassy Noodle Hair
Sassy Noodle Hair
You know how sometimes you feel like you're saying the same thing over and over, and nothing is getting through to your child? And then one day, something happens that makes you realize they've been listening all along.
Curly Hair Product Spotlight: Qhemet Biologics
Curly Hair Product Spotlight: Qhemet Biologics
Qhemet was the result of F. Butler's own frustrated attempts to manage her newly natural hair.
Trio Find Their Way Out of the Curly Closet
Trio Find Their Way Out of the Curly Closet
Teri Evans shows three of her gal pals (some still in the closet with their curls) how to style their textured tresses?
2007 Curlies Awards Winners!
2007 Curlies Awards Winners!
NaturallyCurly picks its winners for those people and companies who advanced the curly cause in 2007.
Curly Hair Q&A: Titi Branch
Curly Hair Q&A: Titi Branch
In order to go "natural," you have to stop relaxing your hair. As your natural texture grows in, you may have to start cutting off the relaxed portion of your hair if the two textures are dramatically different.
Sunflowers: Beauty More than Skin Deep
Sunflowers: Beauty More than Skin Deep
Sunflower extract, oil and butter are being used in a growing number of beauty products.
Makeup Bag Makeover: Is it Time For Yours?
Makeup Bag Makeover: Is it Time For Yours?
Makeup expert Rouquinne offers tips for your makeup bag makeover
Castor Oil and Its Derivatives
Castor Oil and Its Derivatives
Castor oil is known for its excellent emollient and lubricant properties, as well as for its film-forming capabilities that make it useful in skin creams and in some hair styling products.
Kids Curly Hair Q&A: Tips for Detangling
Kids Curly Hair Q&A: Tips for Detangling
To prevent tugging on the hair and thus avoiding pain to your daughter, hold an inch-wide strand in one hand and start combing from the bottom of the hair, an inch at a time, working your way up toward the scalp.