Articles About Curly Hair

Avoid Protein Overdose with These Protein-free Moisturizers
Avoid Protein Overdose with These Protein-free Moisturizers
Does your hair feel brittle no matter how much you moisturize? Check your ingredient label.
6 Ayurveda Ingredients (You May Already Be Using)
6 Ayurveda Ingredients (You May Already Be Using)
Are you ready to start living in harmony with nature? Start with your hair care regimen.
We Tried These 3 Gels (So You Don't Have To)
We Tried These 3 Gels (So You Don't Have To)
Curls in a Bottle, Curl Queen or Pattern Pusha - which should you use?
This Household Item Is Actually Perfect For All Hair Types
This Household Item Is Actually Perfect For All Hair Types
Lemon juice contains 5 to 6 percent citric acid and has a low pH balance, meaning it is considered the perfect all-natural antibacterial agent.
8 Alcohol-Free Curl Definers
8 Alcohol-Free Curl Definers
Don't dry out your hair in your quest for curl definition.
5 Best Oils for Coily, Type 4 Hair
5 Best Oils for Coily, Type 4 Hair
As we all know, natural hair and oil are pretty much the perfect match.
My Long Curly Wash and Go Routine
My Long Curly Wash and Go Routine
We recently posted this photo of Amber's wash and go on our Facebook wall and you loved it. Here are the products she uses to achieve it.
Been Dyeing Your Hair for Years? You Need This
Been Dyeing Your Hair for Years? You Need This
Time after time, these conditioners have yet to let my high porosity, color-treated curly hair down.
The 1 Thing You Should NOT Use on Your Locs
The 1 Thing You Should NOT Use on Your Locs
Honey, cement, chewing gum, candle wax, and toothpaste have been rumored to start locs. While this product is meant for hair, it may not be safe for locking and re-twisting.
5 Types of Shampoos Every Curly Girl Should Know
5 Types of Shampoos Every Curly Girl Should Know
Whether you need a deep cleanse, color retention, or a break from water, here are five shampoos that are sure to fit your needs.
9 Protein-free Leave-in Conditioners
9 Protein-free Leave-in Conditioners
When you use protein products daily you can create protein-overload which leads to dry, brittle strands that are susceptible to breakage. Here are alternatives.