Hair News & Culture Articles
Curly Hair Q&A: Diane Da Costa
Anytime you can still maintain a deep wave pattern when wet, it is considered a texturizer -- a technique, which softens and elongates the natural wave for more manageability.
Curly Kids in the Media
Curls, kinks and coils, once all but ignored by the media, now are celebrated by such companies as GapKids, Nordstrom and Children's Place.
Curly Hair Product Spotlight: Zenda Sims
Sims says she's thrilled that she created a product that makes life easier for curly women, especially since she fought her own hair for years.
Super Bowl Player has Super Hair, Too
Even those who don't know a thing about football can't help but notice Polamalu on the field. Bursting out of his helmet is a long mane of thick black tresses that would make any curly swoon.
Spotlight: Rochelle Rae Cosmetics
After 10 years in the business, she began developing her own makeup line - one that met the needs of on-the-go women. After two years of research and development, she launched Rae Cosmetics. Her slogan is "Beauty, Pure & Simple."
Waves Are Blooming This Spring
Luscious waves and sexy curls are hot for spring, whether they be long, cascading ringlets or messy buns.
Longer Curls Are Hot for Men
The current trend is for men to flaunt their curls, thanks to advances in products and cutting techniques. The look is stylized, with natural movement.
Cindy Crawford’s Basic Face: A Makeup Workbook
Cindy Crawford presents insider's secrets on how to get the best results with makeup
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.
Curls in Greece
Regardless of her depiction in movies -- where she has straight hair -- the most famous of all curly hair historical figures is Cleopatra, who actually had tight curly 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.