Hair News & Culture Articles
Meet Best-selling Author Michelle Breyer on The Curl Revolution Book Tour!
By taking our NaturallyCurly community offline best-selling author Michelle Breyer has found a new way to connect every curl, around the world.
This Canadian MP Shut Down Body Shaming & Hair Discrimination While Rocking Her 'Dope' Braids
Caesar-Chavannes rocks 'dope' braids and shuts down body-shamers, reminding us why we need more women in government.
Do It For La Cultura: 10 Ways We Can Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month
Did you know that from September 15th to October 16th, American citizens celebrate Hispanic and Latinx culture for 30 days?
Tracee Ellis Ross Has the Beauty Advice We All Need
73 reasons why we love this woman and all she stands for.
The Curly Monologues Brings New Yorkers Together for a Night of Storytelling
The Curly Monologues serves as an open platform for those of us with various thoughts about our textured hair struggles.
The History of Headwraps: Then, There, and Now
The accessory has a rich history across the African diaspora and is a great option for a protective style.
The History of Bantu Knots
Bantu knots are a hairstyle with a history as interesting as those still rocking the style today.
Meet Two of Kenya's Budding Natural Hair Bloggers
Find out their holy grails, transitioning tips and more!
How Much do we Need Icons?
Statues are on red alert.
Beyoncé's Ivy Park Line Releases a Product for Curly Hair
Beyonce's athleisure line, Ivy Park, has released a product for curly hair types and the world is in awe of her greatness.
NaturallyCurly's Book "The Curl Revolution" Hits Bestseller List
"The Curl Revolution" is officially an Amazon bestseller, and we couldn't be more excited.