Hair News & Culture Articles
The 2 Main Reasons Why I'm Proud To Be A Latina Curly Girl
Much of what the average Latinx individual considers attractive is based on European influence. For me, having curly hair is a personal statement of rebellion.
WATCH Behind the Scenes: Editors' Choice 2016
We love products, and we love our team members, but this time of year in the office can get a little bit... testy.
This Spring, We're Celebrating Afros
The Afro Bloomin trend has put a seasonal spin on a style that is timeless, showing naturals that their hair is a form of nature's artwork.
What the Natural Hair Movement Looks Like in Portugal
"All my friends growing up had straight silky hair and off course I wanted the same"
What I Thought Of The New Madam CJ Walker Collection
I can’t count how many times I profiled Madam CJ Walker for Black History Month project. She’s sort of my imaginary ancestor and I was excited to support.
Obia Naturals: The Philosophy Behind The Brand
Obia Ewah used her chemistry and biology background to form a hair care line that focused on the science of hair.
How I Turned My Natural Hair Hobby into a Career
Here are five ways I turned my hobby into a lucrative second career.
How a Teacher’s Act of Love Allows for Acceptance of Student's Natural Hair
Discover how an act of kindness sparked a movement in the classroom.
3 iPhone Apps Every Busy Stylist Should Have
Are you a hairstylist who needs help with organization so you can focus more on your clients and less on administrative work?
The Key To A Successful Consultation, According to a Traveling Hairstylist
Not every stylist chooses to rent a booth in a salon. This is what a work day looks like for traveling loctician, Chimere.
In East Asia, Digital Perms Are A Thing Now
It's basically the box chemical relaxer, reincarnated, and it will give you permanent beach waves. Is it worth the risk?