Hair News & Culture Articles
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.
Helping People Love their Natural Hair
Since her first gathering in 1998, Linda Jones has hosted dozens of Nappy Hair Days -- stress-free, casual workshops where women can learn how to wear their hair in natural, traditional African styles.
Christo opens new location in his native country
Curl expert Christo has opened a second Curlisto Fifth Avenue on his home island of Nicosia, Cyprus.
Golden Globes styles marked by controlled texture
Controlled texture was the look of the night at this year's Golden Globes.
Announcing the 2005 Curly Awards
From Pantene to American Idol's Nadia Turner, NaturallyCurly.com's first annual Curly Awards celebrate leaders in spreading the message of curl pride.
Curly Hair Q&A: Diane Da Costa
Highly textured hair means that there are very tight curls and the hair is very dense. For this reason, the best way to cut or shape textured hair is by blowing the hair out first with a wide tooth comb to loosen the curl pattern slightly, leaving enough room to see the elasticity.
Thoughts on Curls: Curls are Classy (A brief history)
An exploration of how Greek culture loved curls.
Curly Hair Product Spotlight: Blended Beauty
Stacey Canfield's own natural hair journey was the inspiration for her Blended Beauty hair-care line.