Articles on ethnic hair: natural, processed, or purchased. View products, and read the stories of others.
For ethnic beauties, most often our hair is our crowning glory. See why - and what - we can do to get or keep it in tip-top shape.
Ethnic Hair Help
Ethnic beauties, we love our hair, don't we? However, when it begins to thin, to fall, or break, we need a little help...
Ethnic Hair Help From Miko, Titi, and Grandmother
Two formidable women find their way back, to tried and true formulas from their childhood. Read about the growing and ongoing multi-ethnic haircare legacy begun by a loving grandmother.
Dandruff is a common troublesome problem. Let's take a look at how we can fight it...
Making Peace With Our Hair
Many ethnic women deal with the question of whether or not our ethnic hair, with its own unique texture will be accepted -- in the workplace especially. Read on to see why many of us are making peace, and dispelling negative notions that have long been associated with our hair.
Pantene, Product Review
Ads say Pantene Relaxed & Natural Shampoo and Conditioner are for women of color. Ads say other flattering things. Read on to see if any of the claims are true...
In times past, there were people who believed that to wear purchased hair -- a wig, a weave, or even hair extensions was taboo. Not so anymore. Read on to find out why you too can wear it.
Sulfate free for Ethnic Hair
How can ethnic hair, especially curly, kinky, textured, or tightly coiled hair benefit from sulfate free shampoos and conditioners? Could these products be for you?
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Hair, sometimes it's on our heads. Other times it grows in where we don't want it. Read on to see why else it is universal.
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