Good Hair : For Colored Girls Who've Considered Weaves When the Chemicals Became Too Ruff
Good Hair is more than a guide to having good hair without relying on harsh treatments and chemicals
Beauty Industry is More than Skin Deep
It may seem that the beauty industry focuses only on outside appearances. But many manufacturers -- from homegrown companies like Jessicurl to large corporations like Redken -- have made it a priority to give back to society
Curly Teen Scene: Be Spontaneous!
Chelsea is right on. How spontaneous can you be when you need to lug a straightening iron around to feel confident? Curly girls show that they can feel great about themselves without an arsenal of things that heat and pull and straighten.
What a Curl Needs
Stylist Nicole Siri put together a book to help people with curly hair how to stylishly put their hair up.
She has Hair Worth Idolizing
Nadia Turner's signature curly 'fro made her stand out among the tens of thousands of wannabe Idols who auditioned at sites across the country
DevaCurl Launches National Ad Campaign
Lorraine Massey, co-partner of the chic Devachan salon, says there’s a curl-volution happening among curlies everywhere. It’s that freedom the curl guru is encouraging both women and men to embrace when she launches a national advertising campaign this fall.
Curly Hair Product Spotlight: Long Lovely Locks
When Kechi Agbasi saw a picture of her dry, damaged hair, she was inspired to create a line of hair-care products.
Product Line has Big-Name Investors
Will Smith, Jada Pinkett Smith and Jay-Z are among the big-name investors in a Brooklyn-based beauty line called "Carol's Daughter," according to the New York Post.
Sunscreen is Critical Skin Care
Neutrogena and Coppertone are leading the way in sunscreen research and have many different forumlations of sun protection products for every skin type. Banana Boat is known for their child-friendly products.
Curly Hair Q&A: Diane Da Costa
For a long-lasting style, try creating large two strand twist by applying gel or pomade and sectioning the hair into 2” sections, then twist. After the hair dries completely, separate the twist and finger comb the twist for more fullness. Always let your hands act as your comb- they work wonders.
John Paul Mitchell Systems Celebrates a Quarter Century
Twenty-five years ago, John Paul DeJoria and the late Paul Mitchell decided to start their own product line. They started with two shampoos, a conditioner and a gel. And the rest is history.