Transitioning Hair Articles
Straight Facts about Straightening
While you might like to wear your hair wavy or curly most of the time, sometimes it's nice to have a straighter, sleeker look.
Making the Transition
Transitioning is about learning to accept the texture with which you've been born rather than trying to mold it into something else.
How a Girl From St. Louis Came to Love Her Curls
Before meeting Michelle and Gretchen, the owners of CurlyKids.com (and NaturallyCurly.com) and curly hair guru Lorraine Massey, Katie never appreciated how wonderful her natural curls could be.
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.
Curly Hair Q&A: Diane Da Costa
For a long-lasting style, try creating large two strand twist by applying gel or pomade and sectioning the hair into 2” sections, then twist. After the hair dries completely, separate the twist and finger comb the twist for more fullness. Always let your hands act as your comb- they work wonders.
Perms Can Hurt or Help
Many curlies now are wondering whether a perm might help make their hair more manageable, giving them looser curls or more uniform ringlets?
Author Celebrates "Textured Tresses"
Diane Da Costa has taken all of her experience and put it into a 194-page book
Ouidad Q&A: Tell me about Biosoftening
Remember my philosophy: “Less is More” It works in all areas of curly hair care.