Hair News & Culture Articles
Where Did #MeToo Come From & What Can We See Next?
Removing the stigma of shame over sexual assault & violence and holding our perpetrators accountable is something our country has struggled with for far too long, and Time's Magazines Person of the Year is the perfect representation of how a tide is shifting.
Longtime Relationships and New Curl Friends Converge in Baltimore for the Curl Revolution Book Tour
"These book signings have reinforced the need for these types of conversations to be happening."
What Living in New York City Does to My Hair and Skin
I love living in NYC... my hair and skin? Maybe not so much.
Are You a "Procrastinatural?" Here's How to Deal With Your Hair Anxiety
Admit it. This may be you.
We Launched a New & Improved CurlTalk
When NaturallyCurly got its start almost 20 years ago, the core of the site was CurlTalk.
What the Unilever Acquisition Means for SheaMoisture
As part of the agreement, Unilever and Sundial are creating the New Voices Fund to empower women of color entrepreneurs.
Can We Talk About Miss Jamaica's Formal 'Fro?
She's NATURALLY crowned.
Why Beth from 'This Is Us' is My New Natural Hair #Goals
Can we take a moment to celebrate natural hair representation on a major TV network like NBC?
What It's Like Moving to New York City as a Curly Girl
The salons, the events, the products, the cost - this is what it's like being a curly girl in NYC.
I'm Here for Hair Nah!
You can catch these digital hands.
Canadian Curlies Show Up for The Curl Revolution
It was a packed house at The Curly Hair Institute salon for the Toronto stop of the book tour.