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Culture

Inspiring Young Girls To Love Their Curls

In 2016, Evana Oli struggled as she stared at the sleeping cap options in her local beauty supply store in Atlanta, Georgia. The shelves held nothing but boring fabrics and lackluster colors. She couldn’t seem to find anything that captured the spunky spirit of her 4-year-old daughter, Zoe.  Plus, most of the caps were made…

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Insight

The Sliding Scale of Definition to Frizz

In the beginning of their curl journeys, most people are seeking increased definition and multiple days of wear between washes. As time goes on, after they’ve gotten the hang of better definition, the same people often shift focus to wanting more volume. Achieving volume, definition, and multiple-day hair all together in the beginning is very…

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Education

Second Wind And A Soapbox

After helping the curly community online, she’s embarking on a journey to become a true curl specialist. Follow along as Alyson takes Curl behind the scenes of becoming a curly hair expert, and changing lives in the process.

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Education, Hair & Scalp Health, Products, Science

The Science of Silicones: Are They All Bad?

If you’ve studied curly hair at all, no doubt you’ve seen heated debates on which product ingredients will help or harm your hair. This often includes praise for more natural ingredients, and negativity toward synthetic ingredients — such as silicone. While many experts advise against silicones, there are many people who embrace them. The argument…

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