Coily Hair Articles
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
"People really do not know their hair textures," Da Costa says. "They don't know whether it's curly, kinky or coily.
Helping People Love their Natural Hair
Since her first gathering in 1998, Linda Jones has hosted dozens of Nappy Hair Days -- stress-free, casual workshops where women can learn how to wear their hair in natural, traditional African styles.
Introducing Mosetta's Naturally Speaking
I make my living as a stylist of words, not hair. But ever since I founded my cultural support group called A Nappy Hair Affair, another dimension has been added to my life as a journalist. I am now a writer and a nap activist.
Curly Hair Q&A: Diane Da Costa
Highly textured hair means that there are very tight curls and the hair is very dense. For this reason, the best way to cut or shape textured hair is by blowing the hair out first with a wide tooth comb to loosen the curl pattern slightly, leaving enough room to see the elasticity.
Great Hair! Your Complete Hair Care Guide and Styling Guide
A former beauty editor of Hairdo magazine offers fully illustrated, expert advice on total hair care and styling.
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 is a stylish and desirable style for many men, women and children.
PhytoSpecific Sponsors Event for Black Women
PhytoSpecific, a haircare line for those with naturally curly, textured hair, is proud to announce its sponsorship of The Global Congress.
Curly Hair Product Spotlight: Buttafly Unlimited
Kissa Thompson credits her grandmother's criticism of her natural hair for the success of her company.