NaturallyCurly Articles

Curly Hair Q&A: Christo
Curly Hair Q&A: Christo
It is normal for our hair to change, more for some of us than others. Hair will continue to change in a cycle of seven years.
There She Goes — Again...
There She Goes — Again...
That phrase “broad spectrum” is also important. The SPF ratings on most products only measure protection from UVB radiation, the type that causes sunburn. UVA radiation is the deeply penetrating type that causes aging. Look for a product that protects against both types of radiation.
Ahoy Ye Nappies!
Ahoy Ye Nappies!
Maybe it’s a good thing that I couldn’t make it on the cruise this year. The last time I went, I failed miserably in my attempt to comfort any permed-challenged souls.
Majoring in Curls: Summer Hair Care
Majoring in Curls: Summer Hair Care
Extremely hot, humid conditions are not the best for any hair type. But it is a complete pain in the neck to deal with curly hair in the summer.
Ditching the Itch: Lice, Dandruff and Other Scalp Conditions
Ditching the Itch: Lice, Dandruff and Other Scalp Conditions
Head lice is one of the most common - and most dreaded - issues for young children and their parents.
Kids Curly Hair Q&A: Help For Swimmers
Kids Curly Hair Q&A: Help For Swimmers
I always recommended bringing a photo from a magazine that shows the type of hairstyle you would like her to have. That way, the stylist knows what you are looking for.
Curly Teen Scene: An Interview With a Curly Girl's Mom
Curly Teen Scene: An Interview With a Curly Girl's Mom
People would stop me on the street and always comment on your hair. I wanted all of you to learn that it was less important what you looked like, and more important how you treated other people.
Curl Fever Hits Oklahoma
Curl Fever Hits Oklahoma
More than 75 people gathered for the first "Just About Curls" event
Summerizing Your Curls
Summerizing Your Curls
If you swim a lot, make sure to rinse your hair with water before taking a dip, and put a little leave-in conditioner on it. This helps prevent the hair from absorbing the damaging chlorine. If you can bear it, wear a bathing cap. Periodically, use a shampoo designed to remove chlorine and mineral buildup.
Curly Hair Product Spotlight: Anita Grant
Curly Hair Q&A: Jonathan Torch
Curly Hair Q&A: Jonathan Torch
A 7-year cycle of hair growth means that your hair is constantly changing. As no two people are the same, no two curls are the same. This makes you unique, and that is why every curly hair cut needs to be customized.