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Mixed Chicks Sponsors Macy Gray Tour
Mixed Chicks, an L.A.-based manufacturer of products for curly and kinky hair, is sponsoring the 2007 Macy Gray Big tour.
Happy to Be Nappy
Comb through the surface and find a celebration of childhood and girls and the freedom to express individuality.
Curly Hair Product Spotlight: Sabino
Sabino believes silicones actually can help the hair by serving as a barrier against damage from appliances and the elements while keeping out frizz-causing moisture in the air. His line of products is designed to protect the hair from all forms of external moisture and humidity while maintaining the right internal moisture content.
The Mane Manual to Curl Philosophies
We've gathered the top experts in the curly world for their bottom-line stance on cutting, cleansing and styling.
Shampoo or No Shampoo?
Does sulfate free shampoo really make a difference? Find out what different stylists think.
Curly Hair Q&A: Titi Branch
Looking for the best way I can rock full curls and manage it on a day-to-day basis.
Nick Arrojo and Curls
Stylist Nick Arrojo doesn't believe in "curl-only" specialists. "Good hairdressers can do everything," says Arrojo, who has curly hair himself. "I believe I should be able to make anybody look good."
Experts Reveal Tress Tips for a Stress-Free Vacation
Here, curl-centric stylists cut through the clutter with strategies and must-have products to help you embark on a stress-free vacation—whether you're headed into the dry, desert air or a more humid, beach environment.
Amodimethicone and other Amine-functionalized Silicones
It is evident that there exists a considerable amount of confusion in the curly community in regard to whether silicones are good for curly hair and compatible with shampoo free hair care routines.
Trading Places: A Day of Self-Discovery
Take one curly girl and one straight-haired girl, and switch their hair types for the day.