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Shampoo or No Shampoo?
Shampoo or No Shampoo?
Does sulfate free shampoo really make a difference? Find out what different stylists think.
Miss Jessie's Closes Salon
Curly Hair Q&A: Titi Branch
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
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
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
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
Trading Places: A Day of Self-Discovery
Take one curly girl and one straight-haired girl, and switch their hair types for the day.
Rouquinne's Makeup Missive: Waterproof Makeup
Rouquinne's Makeup Missive: Waterproof Makeup
Simplicity is the key if one needs waterproof makeup
Curly Hair Q&A: Titi Branch
Curly Hair Q&A: Titi Branch
The differences between silkening and texturizing are simple: the results.
Estee Lauder Acquires Ojon
Estee Lauder Acquires Ojon
The Estee Lauder Companies, a manufacturer and marketer of skin care, makeup, fragrance and hair care products, has agreed to acquire the Ojon Corp., a privately held prestige hair care company based in Canada.
Why Can't I Look Like You? Advice for Parents of Biracial Curlies
Why Can't I Look Like You? Advice for Parents of Biracial Curlies
As society is becoming increasingly multicultural, there is growing knowledge about what it means to be a biracial child. And there is growing awareness about the unique challenges if the child's skin color and hair texture are completely different than her mother's.