Hair News & Culture Articles
Untangling Curl Bias in Corporate America
That's what it can be like to have curly or kinky hair in corporate America. Embracing your curls in the workplace may have its challenges. But experts say it’s the way you handle those challenges that determines how your curls are accepted on the job.
Curly Hair Q&A: Christo
Apply products on wet hair right after you get out of the shower and then diffuse it immediately. Or you can apply the products first and then let your hair air dry for eight to 10 minutes while finishing your make up, and then diffuse.
Mosetta's Musings about Imus and the other N-word
I’m not talking about the N-word that derogatorily refers to people of color. I mean the one that refers to a texture of hair. The word is "nappy."
Alison Stewart: Remaining True to Her Locks
In an industry where conformity is the rule, Alison Stewart's willingness to stray from the norm has made her a positive role model for curly women everywhere. The e-mails she receives most often are from fellow curlies looking for advice, and she always writes back.
Don Imus Should Shut His Mouth
His April 4 comments denigrating the Rutgers women’s basketball team are appalling. Can anyone tell us what one’s hairstyle has to do with one’s ability to play basketball?
Christo to host HIV/AIDs Fundraising Event
On May 14, Christo of NYC's Christo of Fifth Avenue will host "Awaken the Beauty Within," an event to raise money for Iris House
Nappies and Wannabes!
The Don Imus controversy has landed Mosetta on the |Joyner show EARLY Tuesday morning -- 5:50 AM -- to join their broadcast-long discussion of Black Hair.
Curly Hair Q&A: Jonathan Torch
Canadian curl expert Jonathan Torch answers your curly hair questions
Christo Talks Curls at Beauty Show
over 400 salon professionals watched Christo, of Christo Fifth Avenue and Curlisto Systems, speak about “The Art of Curly Hair.”
Majoring in Curls: Look to Film for Curl Inspiration
Yes, curls go in and out of style. We’ve witnessed it for decades and generations. But they’ve never been a fad or a trend. Curls have evolved, just like us.
Curly Hair Q&A: Diane Da Costa
Curly hair must be coiled with a comb right down to the base of the scalp