Coily Hair Articles

My-Cherie: Don't Tell Me How to Wear My Hair!
My-Cherie: Don't Tell Me How to Wear My Hair!
The way you choose to wear your hair has nothing to do with your ability to perform your job
Nappies at NABJ
Nappies at NABJ
I saw so many journalists wearing natural and African-inspired hairstyles. The conference was crawling with nappy-headed newsmakers! It was more than I had ever seen at any conference in the 32-year history of the organization.
Nappily Ever After
Nappily Ever After
She shaves her hair to a quarter-inch stubble, tells Clint to pack his bags and spends the rest of Thomas's empowering debut novel building a new life to match the new woman she's become.
Natural Hair Through the Eyes of Three Generations
Natural Hair Through the Eyes of Three Generations
Family sometimes presents the greatest resistance to one's choice to go natural
A Talk with Author Trisha Thomas
A Talk with Author Trisha Thomas
NaturallyCurly talked to Trisha Thomas about her novels, the upcoming movie and her own hair-raising experiences.
Curly Q&A: Diane Da Costa
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
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.
Happy to Be Nappy
Happy to Be Nappy
Comb through the surface and find a celebration of childhood and girls and the freedom to express individuality.
Curly Hair Q&A: Titi Branch
Curly Hair Q&A: Titi Branch
Looking for the best way I can rock full curls and manage it on a day-to-day basis.
Curly Hair Q&A: Titi Branch
Curly Hair Q&A: Titi Branch
The differences between silkening and texturizing are simple: the results.
Introducing Natural InHairitance
Introducing Natural InHairitance
While a principal focus of ANHA is to support the choice to wear natural and African-inspired hairstyles, our purpose goes so much deeper than hair.