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Why Do Companies Discontinue Products?
Manufacturers say products aren't discontinued without cause. There are several reasons why a product may disappear from the shelves.
Curly Hair Q&A: Diane Da Costa
Tight, curly hair should always be cut dry. Blow dry the hair out with a wide-tooth comb -- not completely straight -- and leave a little elasticity.
Dessert Products That Tempt Your Tresses!
“With dessert-like hair care products, you can still get the same kind of personal sensation and satisfaction without having to eat the chocolate chip cookie, literally. And vanilla, from an aromatherapy perspective, is very calming and soothing.”
Monoi Tiare: The Tropical Elixir for Fabulous Hair and Skin
This article features Monoi Tiare (also called Monoi de Tahiti), the fabulous Tahitian oil featured in intoxicating soaps, shampoos, conditioners, oils and even styling pomades -- all designed to protect the hair and skin from the ravages of salt water, overexposure to sunlight and everyday dryness we curly tops are all too familiar with.
Making the Transition
Transitioning is about learning to accept the texture with which you've been born rather than trying to mold it into something else.
Nurturing Little One's Locks
It is quite common for the new hair growing in to be different than the original baby hair.
Curly Hair Q&A: Lorraine Massey
Curly girls are natural weather barometers. Frizz factors reside in different climates on different days. My rule of thumb is to always use more rather than less.
Rouquinne's Makeup Missive: Glossing it Over
One of the best things about lip gloss is the cost factor
Chlorine: The Invisible Danger Lurking in your Pool
How to guard against curly hair chlorine damage
Hairlocking: Everything You Need to Know: African, Dread and Nubian Locks
Nekhena Evans is a pioneer in the locked hair care industry.
Kids Curly Hair Q&A: Keeping The Curls
Here are a few tips to keep curls looking bouncy rather than limp.