Coily Hair Articles
These are people I consider role models for those who have been brainwashed to believe that nappiness is a curse and a liability. These role models are proof that having nappy hair does not block intelligence or the ability to succeed.
Diane Da Costa Brings Texture to America
Diane Da Costa, author of Textured Tresses, will embark on an American Beauty Tour this fall that will include complete beauty makeovers for 14 lucky curlies.
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.
Curly Hair Q&A: Titi Branch
Natural hair styling requires a lot of expertise. And often a lot of labor.
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.
Editorials: Discriminatory Policy is Shameful
By implementing this policy, we believe the police department is sending a negative, hostile message to individuals who choose to wear their hair in its natural texture.
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).
One of the country's leading black hairstylists reveals the pain-free, chemical-free secrets to beautiful hair for African-American women.
Torch Announces Fall Collections
For those trend-setting, fashion-conscious women looking to make a statement with a head-turning style, Curly Hair Solutions unveils the Jonathan Torch Collection for Fall/Winter 2006-2007.
Kinky Nominations are Winners!
It should be of no surprise that Angela Davis -- the professor and activist whose legendary Afro of the '70s was both intimidating and empowering -- got several nods for president.
Curly Hair Product Spotlight: Afrikan Republic
When Mark and Kim Kelly launched Afrikan Republic three years ago, they wanted a business they could run out of their home. They thought it might be good to sell African art over the Internet. But things didn't go as planned.