Articles About Curly Hair

SHOP: Carol's Daughter Loc Butter (8 oz.)
SHOP: Carol's Daughter Loc Butter (8 oz.)
Intensely moisturizes twists, coils, braids and locs. The blend of natural Shea and Cocoa Butters and Soybean Oil deeply conditions hair while giving it a whole lot more shine.
SHOP: Soultanicals Knot Sauce Coil Detangler (8 oz.)
SHOP: Soultanicals Knot Sauce Coil Detangler (8 oz.)
A nappilicious reinvention of a natural hair detangler, super-naturally emphasized with Blue Malva Herb, Brocolli Seed Oil & Coconut Nectar for excellent comb-thru spreadability & extra softness!
 SHOP: Noughty Hair Care Wave Hello Shampoo (8.4 oz.)
SHOP: Noughty Hair Care Wave Hello Shampoo (8.4 oz.)
Cleanse, soften, and define your natural hair pattern with Noughty Hair Care Wave Hello Shampoo! This shampoo is perfect for daily use as it will not strip any natural nutrients from your hair.
These Things Don't Moisturize Your Hair
These Things Don't Moisturize Your Hair
Here is a list of things that do not moisturize your hair, so you know what actually works.
5 Products Your Hair Type DOESN'T Need
5 Products Your Hair Type DOESN'T Need
Not every curly haired product is meant for every hair type. Here's what you need to stop using, now.
The Dos and Don'ts of Moisturizing Color-Treated Hair
The Dos and Don'ts of Moisturizing Color-Treated Hair
Coloring can be harsh on your curls, here's how to keep them moisturized.
How to Repair Protein Sensitive Hair
How to Repair Protein Sensitive Hair
There are times throughout your hair journey when your hair stops responding the way it normally does.
Your Holy Grail Stopped Working--Now What?
Your Holy Grail Stopped Working--Now What?
Take these 3 steps to find out which product in your regimen is giving you problems.
How To Refresh Your Hair Without Wetting It
How To Refresh Your Hair Without Wetting It
Here are 4 quick ways to refresh your hair - to prevent a midweek wash day.
Top 5 Tips for Deep Conditioning Fine, Wavy Hair
Top 5 Tips for Deep Conditioning Fine, Wavy Hair
When it comes to wavy hair and deep conditioning, Type 2s should remember that less is more.
After You Squish to Condish Should You Still Use a Leave-in Conditioner?
After You Squish to Condish Should You Still Use a Leave-in Conditioner?
The Squish to Condish method was created by Melissa Stites, a NaturallyCurly veteran.