Hair News & Culture Articles
Naturally Speaking: Tina's Tresses
According to the article, Tina described her wigs as being a part of her. She said that she purchases her hair from Spain and has it cut, colored and shaped to her specifications.
Hair Story: Untangling the Roots of Black Hair in America
In this entertaining and concise survey, Byrd (a research chief for Vibe) and Tharps (a reporter for Entertainment Weekly) revel in the social, cultural and economic significance of African-American hair from 1400 to the present.
The Bachelor, his hair, her hair
With her curly hair, Michelle realizes she could never be on "The Bachelor."
Curly Hair Q&A: Christo
I am in desperate need of help. My hair makes me so sad. I can never wear it down because I don’t know how to manage the fuzziness and the volume.
Editor Was Stuck on Stupid
In June, the Glamour staffer, Ashley Baker, made inappropriate remarks about the afro hairstyle and dreadlocks during a gathering of female lawyers in New York. Her comments sparked a controversy that continued for months and led to her resignation from the magazine.
Curly Tops Don'ts
We think Glamour got it wrong
Curly Hair Q&A: Tom Brophy
Tom Brophy, inspirational educator and former creative director for Vidal Sassoon, has developed a reputation for his ability to interpret trends for individual clients. London-trained Brophy, who now owns a salon in Beverly Hills, is also a big fan of curly hair. He encourages his clients to work with, rather than against, their natural texture. NaturallyCurly talked to him recently about his philosophy on curls.
Curly Hair Q&A: Jacqueline Walent
Always be specific in asking a stylist what you want, and ask them to cut your hair dry.
Whatever Nappened to... BEN "Fear the 'Fro" WALLACE?
During his glory days as a Detroit Piston, Wallace's Afro was as intimidating as his awesome moves on the court.
Re:coil, the Sequel
AG comes to NaturallyCurly to expand its Re:coil line