Articles About Curly Hair

Let It Go, Let It Go: Your Heat Damaged Hair
Let It Go, Let It Go: Your Heat Damaged Hair
Think of this as your Little Black Book for heat damage.
Question of the Day: What Is An Emollient?
Question of the Day: What Is An Emollient?
Emollients are usually hydrophobic oils that form films on the surface of the hair to act as anti-humectants or sealers. Here's a comprehensive list.
Top 5 Oils for the Best Hot Oil Treatment
Top 5 Oils for the Best Hot Oil Treatment
There’s just something about a hot oil treatment that is so soothing.
Why Your Hair Styles Keep Failing
Why Your Hair Styles Keep Failing
The most popular natural hair styles - and what you need to make them a success.
The Secret Science of Hair Gel, Revealed
The Secret Science of Hair Gel, Revealed
A gel is a colloidal dispersion of particles (ranging from nanometers to micrometers in size) in a liquid medium that form a jelly-like mass.
How to Get the Most Popular Finger Coils on Facebook
How to Get the Most Popular Finger Coils on Facebook
Everyone loves this hairstyle on Facebook. Here's how to get it.
Hair Crush Of The Week: Char From Washington, D.C.
Hair Crush Of The Week: Char From Washington, D.C.
"My hair was so damaged from constantly putting heat and color in it that I decided to cut out the heat and become a curly girl. I'm so glad I did."
Daily Conditioner vs. Deep Conditioner
Daily Conditioner vs. Deep Conditioner
Daily conditioners and deep conditioners: Is it in the marketing or the ingredients?
7 Best Moisturizers For Fine Curly Hair
7 Best Moisturizers For Fine Curly Hair
Despite misconceptions, curly hair is not synonymous with coarseness. Fine hair girls need moisture too!
6 Uncommon Extracts for Your Healthiest Hair
6 Uncommon Extracts for Your Healthiest Hair
These botanical contain essential properties to clarify, stimulate hair growth, and retain moisture naturally dry, curly hair.
Your Guide to Curly Hair Products
Your Guide to Curly Hair Products
Butters, clays and co-washes - curl products can be confusing when you first get started.