Articles About Curly Hair
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Jonathan Torch holds inaugural Curl Clinic
Jonathan Torch hosted his first Curly Hair Clinic at his Curly Hair Institute in Toronto, a 2-hour intensive training session seeks to help curlies learn to style their own hair.
Ouidad Q&A: I Want Hair Like Giselle's
You can keep your hair at the length that you wish -- all you need to do is to have the back “carved”, which will allow your curls to sit into each other and manage the shape.
Case Study of a New Product
A look at how Redken came up with Ringlet.
Curly Hair Product Spotlight: Ebene Naturals and Akiva Naturals
Fayola Nicaisse-Hethorn's childhood experiences have served as the inspiration for her two lines of natural hair and skin products -- Ebene Naturals and Akiva Naturals.
Companies Take on Diversion
It is estimated that as much as 15 percent of all salon haircare products now are being sold through unapproved retail channels, and companies are fighting back.
Curly Girl Designs Cone-free, Sulfate-free Line
In a quest to help young curlyheads feel more confident about their curls than she did growing up, Kelly Foreman launched the Mop Top line of products.
PhytoSpecific Sponsors Event for Black Women
PhytoSpecific, a haircare line for those with naturally curly, textured hair, is proud to announce its sponsorship of The Global Congress.
NaturallyCurly.com Helps Neighbors in Need
When Hurricane Katrina hit, it left hundreds of thousands of people in and around New Orleans without homes.
Curly Hair Product Spotlight: Buttafly Unlimited
Kissa Thompson credits her grandmother's criticism of her natural hair for the success of her company.
Curly Hair Q&A: Christo
Bangs are big this year, even for curly hair. I just finished the San Francisco Fashioin Week and the trend is long bangs. Go for it, as long as your stylist knows how to cut accordingly to your texture, and make sure to ask the stylist if you have the right curl pattern to make it work.