Articles About Curly Hair

Curly Hair Product Spotlight: Innersense
Curly Hair Product Spotlight: Innersense
When Gregory Starkman and Judie Maginn decided to create an organic beauty company, they drew on more than 40 years of combined experience in the hair-care industry.
Balm Mint: The Healing Herb
Balm Mint: The Healing Herb
You may have only recently noticed balm mint as an ingredient in some of your upscale hair-care products, but it’s far from a new discovery. The herbal extract has been used for more than 2,000 years, mainly as a medicinal plant.
5 No-Frizz Tips for Rainy Spring Days
5 No-Frizz Tips for Rainy Spring Days
Make rainy spring days work for your curls with these quick no-frizz tips.
Help Me Moisturize My Baby’s Hair!
Help Me Moisturize My Baby’s Hair!
Hair texture will change over time.
Curly Hair Q&A: Lorraine Massey
Curly Hair Q&A: Lorraine Massey
Remember to cut bangs gently, unevenly, one curl at a time, in their natural placement, with dry hair.
Get a Boost — Curl Rejuvenators
Get a Boost — Curl Rejuvenators
Many curlies aspire to achieve second-day hair, while some of us would just be happy to make it through the day with our waves and ringlets looking shiny and defined. That's where curl rejuvenators come into play.
The Benefits of Tamanu
The Benefits of Tamanu
Tamanu oil has become a highly prized raw material, popping up in a variety of cosmetics and hair-care products because of its ability to regenerate, strengthen and protect.
What are Parabens?
What are Parabens?
A breakdown of parabens used in hair products and the controversy surrounding them.
Curly Hair Q&A: Jonathan Torch
Curly Hair Q&A: Jonathan Torch
Canadian curl expert Jonathan Torch answers your curly hair questions
If I Cut Her Hair, Will the Curls Disappear?
If I Cut Her Hair, Will the Curls Disappear?
Curly hair should NEVER be combed dry for two reasons. 1. It makes hair look frizzy and brittle, just as you mentioned. 2. You can really damage the hair.
Sourcing Ingredients From Afar
Sourcing Ingredients From Afar
In their quest to develop the most effective skin and haircare products, companies like Aveda and Ojon are traveling the globe, turning to indigenous cultures to find ancient tribal remedies. At the same time, these companies want the communities to be a part of their success -- a concept called benefit sharing.