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Win a trip to New York City!
Win a trip to New York City!
Are you frustrated with your hair? Do you think you have the unruliest curls? Do you need help?
Curly Hair Q&A: Jonathan Torch
Curly Hair Q&A: Jonathan Torch
The time it takes to style your hair is all about preparation
Christo opens new location in his native country
Christo opens new location in his native country
Curl expert Christo has opened a second Curlisto Fifth Avenue on his home island of Nicosia, Cyprus.
Golden Globes styles marked by controlled texture
Golden Globes styles marked by controlled texture
Controlled texture was the look of the night at this year's Golden Globes.
Introducing Mosetta's Naturally Speaking
Introducing Mosetta's Naturally Speaking
I make my living as a stylist of words, not hair. But ever since I founded my cultural support group called A Nappy Hair Affair, another dimension has been added to my life as a journalist. I am now a writer and a nap activist.
Don't It Make My Brown Eyes...Purple?
Don't It Make My Brown Eyes...Purple?
It was while researching my column for August 2004 about the makeup colours to suit different eye colours that I thought about buying colour contacts again. I thought it might be a good idea to put those colour theories to the test.
Patience is key to Hair Growth
Patience is key to Hair Growth
Although there's no magic potion for hair growth, there are things you can do to make sure your hair is growing at it's optimum rate.
Bobbi Brown Beauty: The Ultimate Beauty Resource
Bobbi Brown Beauty: The Ultimate Beauty Resource
Celebrated makeup artist Bobbi Brown offers the ultimate illustrated beauty primer
Announcing the 2005 Curly Awards
Announcing the 2005 Curly Awards
From Pantene to American Idol's Nadia Turner, NaturallyCurly.com's first annual Curly Awards celebrate leaders in spreading the message of curl pride.
Curly Teen Scene: Curly Guys Need Advice, Too!
Curly Teen Scene: Curly Guys Need Advice, Too!
Teen blogger Julia shares some advice with the guys
Curly Hair Q&A: Diane Da Costa
Curly Hair Q&A: Diane Da Costa
Highly textured hair means that there are very tight curls and the hair is very dense. For this reason, the best way to cut or shape textured hair is by blowing the hair out first with a wide tooth comb to loosen the curl pattern slightly, leaving enough room to see the elasticity.