Coily Hair Articles

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.
Do Black Blondes Have More Fun?
Do Black Blondes Have More Fun?
I was drawn by the teeny, weenie platinum blonde Afro. “Do nappy black blondes have more fun?” I asked her pointedly.
Andre Walker Talks Hair
Andre Walker Talks Hair
Andre Walker has written the ultimate hair-care book for women of all ages and ethnic backgrounds
Ouidad Talks Curls with New Book
Ouidad Talks Curls with New Book
In the 128-page, soft-cover book, Ouidad debunks the myths of curly hair and reveals the secrets to bringing out its natural beauty.
Curly Hair Q&A: Diane Da Costa
Curly Hair Q&A: Diane Da Costa
Anytime you can still maintain a deep wave pattern when wet, it is considered a texturizer -- a technique, which softens and elongates the natural wave for more manageability.
Patience is Key to Hair Growth
Patience is Key to Hair Growth
The reality is that genetics determine how tall you are, your eye color, your hair texture and the "predetermined maximum growth rate" of your hair.
Curly Hair Product Spotlight: Textured Tresses
Curly Hair Product Spotlight: Textured Tresses
"People really do not know their hair textures," Da Costa says. "They don't know whether it's curly, kinky or coily.
Natural Actress Loves Her Tresses
Natural Actress Loves Her Tresses
In an industry where image is everything, Keymah serves as a positive role model, proudly flaunting her braids, twists and kinks.
The Afro Revisited
The Afro Revisited
The afro is a stylish and desirable style for many men, women and children.
Shawnda Thomas Has Locks that Unlock Doors
Shawnda Thomas Has Locks that Unlock Doors
Actress Shawnda Thomas wears her natural hair proudly for auditions and acting roles. And it hasn't hurt her one bit.
Curly Hair Product Spotlight: Mixed Chicks
Curly Hair Product Spotlight: Mixed Chicks
Frustrated by the lack of products for people with hair like theirs, two biracial entrepreneurs started Mixed Chicks.