How To & Style Articles
If I Cut Her Hair, Will the Curls Disappear?
Curly hair should NEVER be combed dry for two reasons. 1. It makes hair look frizzy and brittle, just as you mentioned. 2. You can really damage the hair.
AG Hair Cosmetics Declares What’s Hot for Hair in 2007
AG Hair Cosmetics recently unveiled hairstyle trends for 2007 at a glitzy event that drew hundreds of stylists to the Copacabana Night Club in New York.
Typing Kids' Hair: Just Go With the Flow
Determining the hair type of an adult can be difficult enough. But for kids, it can an especially complicated endeavor -- a task made more difficult by the ever-evolving nature of children's hair.
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.
Holiday Hair 2006
Fancy or casual, you will shine this holiday season!
The Beauty of Meadow Foam
Products containing meadow foam oil may also be just the ticket to simple, healthy, sexy-looking curly hair. To begin to understand why it is such an important oil for us, let’s explore the plant that yields the oil.
Making the Transition
Transitioning is about learning to accept the texture with which you've been born rather than trying to mold it into something else.
Hairlocking: Everything You Need to Know: African, Dread and Nubian Locks
Nekhena Evans is a pioneer in the locked hair care industry.
Curly Teen Scene: Liberate Your Curls
As I grew older and more mature, I realized that like so many other messages mass media sends us, this isn’t one we should take to heart. Sure, I use more conditioner in a week than most girls do in a month.
Curly Teen Scene: An Interview With a Curly Girl's Mom
People would stop me on the street and always comment on your hair. I wanted all of you to learn that it was less important what you looked like, and more important how you treated other people.
Summerizing Your Curls
If you swim a lot, make sure to rinse your hair with water before taking a dip, and put a little leave-in conditioner on it. This helps prevent the hair from absorbing the damaging chlorine. If you can bear it, wear a bathing cap. Periodically, use a shampoo designed to remove chlorine and mineral buildup.