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Curly Teen Scene: Tips for Bad Hair Days
Since I was little, a spray bottle has been my secret weapon. I fill it with water and add a little conditioner or frizz cream.
Redken Targes Curlies With Revamped Product Line
There is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all approach for curly hair. That was the message at Redken's Jan. 12 press event in New York to mark the launch of its revamped Fresh Curls line.
Deep Conditioners For Dry Hair
Cold weather, along with indoor heating, can wreak havoc on curls and kinks
Government, Shareholders and Consumers Cracking down on Health Risks in the Cosmetics Industry
A powerful convergence of forces could drive sweeping changes in the U.S. personal care and cosmetics industry.
Christo Announces Free Seminar
Christo is hosting a free private educational seminar about how to maintain and style naturally curly hair.
These are people I consider role models for those who have been brainwashed to believe that nappiness is a curse and a liability. These role models are proof that having nappy hair does not block intelligence or the ability to succeed.
Majoring in Curls: Natural inexpensive remedies
Olive oil is one of my favorite natural things in the entire world. I use it in my hair, on my skin, and -- way too liberally -- in my cooking. It has been used for thousands of years as a skin soother and moisturizer by the Greeks, Italians, and pretty much everyone in the Mediterranean area.
Curly Hair Product Spotlight: Fabric Naturals
Fabric Naturals evolved out of a holistic and integrative medicine consulting company, which provides patients and practitioners with approaches to wellness.
Ionic Craze: Marketing Hype or Miracle Tool?
And since we’re always looking for new ways to battle frizz, many curlies buy into the ion craze. But is it just hype or do these ionic products really make a difference?
Typing Kids' Hair: Just Go With the Flow
Determining the hair type of an adult can be difficult enough. But for kids, it can an especially complicated endeavor -- a task made more difficult by the ever-evolving nature of children's hair.
TV Reporter Is Curly On-Air, Everywhere
New York CW11's Lolita Lopez is one of a handful of TV reporters and anchors who dare to wear their natural curls on air.