Health & Beauty Articles
Majoring in Curls: Give Your Hair a Spa
Everyone needs mental health days once in awhile, no matter your age or occupation you might have, and your hair does, too.
Ancient Cultures Initiated Nail Art
Ancient Chinese used a combination of gum Arabic, beeswax, egg whites, gelatin and mashed flowers to tint the nails.
Salons Specialize in Lice Removal
Banishing lice from a child's head can be a long, frustrating endeavor
Experts Reveal Tress Tips for a Stress-Free Vacation
Here, curl-centric stylists cut through the clutter with strategies and must-have products to help you embark on a stress-free vacation—whether you're headed into the dry, desert air or a more humid, beach environment.
Rouquinne's Makeup Missive: Waterproof Makeup
Simplicity is the key if one needs waterproof makeup
Majoring in Curls: Summer Herbs are Conditioning as well as Tasty
I started looking at the ingredient lists on my hair products. More often that not, I found one -- and sometimes a handful of different herbs were listed.
Hair Care Companies are Going Green
A growing number of beauty companies have made it their mission to be environmentally stewards.
Majoring in Curls: Classic Curls
I don’t know about you curlies, but if I had a nickel for every time somebody quoted the poem “There was a little girl who had a little curl, right in the middle of her forehead,” I’d be rich. This is probably the most well-known literary reference to curls just because it’s easy to remember.
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Majoring in Curls: Resist the Temptation to Straighten
I’ve only straightened my hair once in my life. (In my defense, I was coerced into it by well-meaning friends.