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Food Is Best In Your Body, Not In Your Hair

The kitchen is a popular place to experiment with DIY hair treatments. Using food ingredients on hair isn’t unusual at all. In fact, foods have been used as a standard part of women’s beauty regimens for ages. For example, during the Victorian era, it was quite common for women to use eggs to cleanse their…

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Science, Styling, Techniques

Why You Need Distilled Water In Your Arsenal

Curlies are always looking for the “holy grail” of hair products. It’s a painstaking and highly individual task, since everyone’s hair is so different. But there’s one product that’s both cheap and effective for anyone: distilled water. “I feel like every wavy and curly person should have the magic elixir of distilled water in their…

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Hair & Scalp Health, Products, Science, Stylist Panel Q&As

A Complete Guide To Polyquats: Are They Good Or Bad?

Curl gives you answers right from the experts, including our Stylist Panel of professionals who specialize in curly hair. Meet the panelists here! Q&A: What is a polyquat? Why is it in my products? Is it good or bad?- Laurie C. GINA SAYS: Polyquats are easily defined in a Google search (you can dive deep…

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Hair & Scalp Health, Science, Stylist Panel Q&As, Tips

Does Gray Hair Really Need Different Products?

Curl gives you answers right from the experts, including our Stylist Panel of professionals who specialize in curly hair. Meet the panelists here! Q&A: Does gray hair change your curls? I’m about 50% gray and struggle to style my curls. Do I need to use different products or apply products differently? – Georgie S. KRISTA…

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