Coily Hair Articles

Sandy’s Position on her Transition, Part I
Sandy’s Position on her Transition, Part I
The pros and cons of chemical relaxing is a touchy subject, especially in African-American circles where the ‘good-hair/bad hair’ myth unfortunately still exists.
Hair Rules! By Anthony Dickey
Hair Rules! By Anthony Dickey
Hair-care and style expert A. Dickey has written Hair Rules! to end the frustration faced by women with curly hair every day.
Curly Girl: The Handbook
Curly Girl: The Handbook
Professional hairstylist Lorraine Massey celebrates the curly girl way of life, from hair care to carefree attitude.
Curly Hair Q&A: Diane Da Costa
Curly Hair Q&A: Diane Da Costa
Curly hair must be coiled with a comb right down to the base of the scalp
Happy Nappy New Year!
Happy Nappy New Year!
While I will be giving you a few things new, I won’t stray from the tried and true. That means that I will continue to devote some columns to answering your questions about natural hair-care.
Natural Hair Care and Braiding
Natural Hair Care and Braiding
Natural Hair Care and Braiding is an instructional handbook introduces the technical and creative aspects of braiding, styling and grooming naturally textured hair.
The Kinky Advisors of a Nappy Administration
The Kinky Advisors of a Nappy Administration
Among the colorful personalities that you nominated for president were a promoter (Don King), a P-funk master (George Clinton) and a real life politician (Barack Obama) and a poet (Toni Morrison).
Curly Hair Q&A: Diane Da Costa
Curly Hair Q&A: Diane Da Costa
Tight, curly hair should always be cut dry. Blow dry the hair out with a wide-tooth comb -- not completely straight -- and leave a little elasticity.
Making the Transition
Making the Transition
Transitioning is about learning to accept the texture with which you've been born rather than trying to mold it into something else.
Hairlocking: Everything You Need to Know: African, Dread and Nubian Locks
Hairlocking: Everything You Need to Know: African, Dread and Nubian Locks
Nekhena Evans is a pioneer in the locked hair care industry.
Ahoy Ye Nappies!
Ahoy Ye Nappies!
Maybe it’s a good thing that I couldn’t make it on the cruise this year. The last time I went, I failed miserably in my attempt to comfort any permed-challenged souls.