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The Making of a Hair-Care Product
Most of the hair care products we use are mixtures of components that don’t normally mix. These products are mixtures of various types of oils and water and other ingredients whose jobs range from making the oils compatible with the water to providing functions such as preserving the solution, thickening the mixture or adding color, scent or conditioning.
Stylists agree that here should be no rules when it comes to hair length and age. What is important is to find a cut and color that flatter the face shape.
Caring for Kids' Curls
Curly kids have an advantage these days, with greater acceptance of curls, a variety of styling options and a number of products that help kids love their hair’s texture early on.
Curly does not equal shaggy
Curly and shaggy not synonyms!
Teaching Kids the Joy of Curls
With the proper care, kids can learn to love their curls.
Rouquinne’s Makeup Missive: Here Comes the Sun!
It may not sound as glamourous as retinol, alpha hydroxy, or co-enzyme Q10, but sunscreen is the one thing that is proven to help protect your skin from damage.
Happy to be Nappy
I want to get at the negative stigma and tell women that there is nothing wrong with wearing African-style hair.
Author Celebrates "Textured Tresses"
Diane Da Costa has taken all of her experience and put it into a 194-page book
How to Style Curly Hair & Beat the Heat
Learn how to style curly hair and make heat and humidity your friend.
The Lowdown on Buildup
If you're Holy Grail products stop working or you're finding dandruff-like particles on your hair and scalp, you’re probably a victim of buildup.