Articles About Curly Hair

Qhemet: Looking to the Old to Create the New
Qhemet: Looking to the Old to Create the New
When the founder of Qhemet became frustrated with the lack of quality products for highly textured hair, she turned to age-old traditions
Resolve to have Beautiful Hair This Year
Resolve to have Beautiful Hair This Year
NaturallyCurly.com gathered curly resolutions from the some of the nation's top curl experts.
Redken's Spring 2005 Trends
Redken's Spring 2005 Trends
The curl this season is more bubbly and moist than it was for fall -- it's a kind of sweaty glamour.
Curly Hair Q&A: Lorraine Massey
Curly Hair Q&A: Lorraine Massey
I don't believe in protein. It makes the hair feel dryer.
PhytoSpecific Launches Multi-Tasker
PhytoSpecific Launches Multi-Tasker
PhytoSpecific has launched Integral Hair Care, a new multi-purpose styling spray designed to detangle, define and dazzle hair when it’s wet or dry, whether you wear it curly or straightened.
Ouidad Q&A: Appreciation from the Queen of Curls
Ouidad Q&A: Appreciation from the Queen of Curls
The reason I formulated my own Softening System is because texturizers swell the hair shaft and make curls unmanageable. A Ouidad Softening will soften your tight S's causing your hair to loosen into a manageable desired curl.
Learning from Christo
Learning from Christo
For years, Gretchen and I have listened enviously as members have shared their fabulous hair experiences at some of New York's top curl salons. During our trip, we got to experience it ourselves.
Cleansing Agents in Shampoos
Cleansing Agents in Shampoos
We look at surfactants, the primary ingredients responsible for the removal of oils from the hair.
Ouidad Q&A: How Do I Avoid Buildup?
Ouidad Q&A: How Do I Avoid Buildup?
I'm a strong believer in water-soluble products. I don't believe you have to weigh your hair down to control it.
Christo’s Colors of Fall
Christo’s Colors of Fall
Curls for fall will reflect the shades of the earth -- rich browns, warm auburns and toasty caramel blondes.
Armstrong McCall Show talks the curl, but doesn't walk the curl
Armstrong McCall Show talks the curl, but doesn't walk the curl
Hair experts explained that “soft, loose, and dropped” is the new trend in curly hair styling, leaving behind the big hair of the '80s.