Self Esteem Articles
Curly Teen Scene: Love Others By Loving Yourself First
My sister has shown me that the best way to refrain from judging other people is to refrain from criticizing yourself. When you’re comfortable with your own appearance, it’s easy to see the beauty in those around you.
Kids Curly Hair Q&A: Loosening Curls
Kids Curly Hair expert Cozy Friedman answers your questions
Your Five Biggest Curly Dilemmas Solved!
Whether it’s frizz, a knotty nest or just a horrible haircut, there are surefire answers to fix your curly’s top tress troubles. Here, experts offer solutions to the most common curly kid dilemmas.
Curly Teen Scene: Self-image is Important
We should maintain the pride and enthusiasm that comes so readily at the end of the summer, all year long. I also look forward to the possibilities the new year brings.
Happy to Be Nappy
Comb through the surface and find a celebration of childhood and girls and the freedom to express individuality.
Trading Places: A Day of Self-Discovery
Take one curly girl and one straight-haired girl, and switch their hair types for the day.
Why Can't I Look Like You? Advice for Parents of Biracial Curlies
As society is becoming increasingly multicultural, there is growing knowledge about what it means to be a biracial child. And there is growing awareness about the unique challenges if the child's skin color and hair texture are completely different than her mother's.
Five Steps to Raising a Confident Curly
Building your curly’s self-confidence is key to helping the child handle taunting comments.
Curly Hair Product Spotlight: Beautylookingglass.com
In December 2006, Jada Eley launched Beautylookingglass.com, an online boutique offering everything from toothpaste to baby products.
Making Haircuts Fun
Although there were plenty of books about how to help kids overcome their fear of the dentist and the doctor, she couldn't find anything that dealt with the fear of getting a haircut.
Help Kids Love Their Natural Hair From the Beginning
Curl-phobia is prevalent in many families where children receive negative messages early on about their curls and kinks from aunts, grandmothers and other relatives.