Articles About Curly Hair
The Regal Heaven Scent: Neroli and Orange Blossom Oil
We’ve been hearing a lot about orange blossom oil lately as an additive to hair-care products, and for good reason. This sweet and floral oil, better known as neroli, has been used for everything from revitalizing hair to promoting emotional balance.
Curly Q&A: Diane Da Costa
he tight curl or coil is a very challenging texture. Actually, to create and keep the curly look requires a little more effort with styling. You should try the twist out or coily twist out to achieve a more semi-permanent curl pattern which last about two weeks.
A Reader Takes Me to Task
Personally, I have no problem with anyone using the nappy word to describe the texture of my hair. That’s what it is. I don’t consider it a bad thing.
Mixed Chicks Sponsors Macy Gray Tour
Mixed Chicks, an L.A.-based manufacturer of products for curly and kinky hair, is sponsoring the 2007 Macy Gray Big tour.
Back-to-school Hairstyles in 60 Seconds or Less
With the first day of school just around the corner, we've done the homework to help your curly step into the classroom in style!
Happy to Be Nappy
Comb through the surface and find a celebration of childhood and girls and the freedom to express individuality.
Curly Hair Product Spotlight: Sabino
Sabino believes silicones actually can help the hair by serving as a barrier against damage from appliances and the elements while keeping out frizz-causing moisture in the air. His line of products is designed to protect the hair from all forms of external moisture and humidity while maintaining the right internal moisture content.
The Mane Manual to Curl Philosophies
We've gathered the top experts in the curly world for their bottom-line stance on cutting, cleansing and styling.
Shampoo or No Shampoo?
Does sulfate free shampoo really make a difference? Find out what different stylists think.
Looking for Stylers for 3-year-old
The most important thing I can tell you about caring for curly hair is that you should NEVER brush it. Brushing it causes the cuticle to stand up and will create frizz. Instead of brushing, you can comb his hair with a wide-tooth comb when conditioning in the bath.