Since the launch of our DIY with ClassyCurlies school in August of 2017, I’ve gotten some amazing feedback, and clearly there is a demand of these type of online beauty courses.
There are a lot of hair traditions we have in the black culture that we’ll always remember. Although some of these traditions are those we will want to pass down to our children, many of them do not promote healthy hair.
I only comb my natural hair once per week and it’s my secret to retaining length and avoiding breakage.
Learn to make your own all-natural shampoo and conditioner during a class held by Victoria of ClassyCurlies.com. This DIY class in Indianapolis features all-natural recipes for healthy hair.
I don’t know about you, but negativity can sneak up on you and become a strong force if you let it. While everyone is spring cleaning their homes, we’re chatting about how to get our minds on the positive track.
Need a little inspiration to jumpstart your own project? I chatted with the owner of That Black Legacy – a successful online boutique – about how to get inspiration to start your own business.
In this week’s podcast episode of Curly Conversations, I give you my best spring hair care tips perfect for maintaining natural hair. This is part two of this “Spring Ready” series.
There are several natural hair products on the market, but if you’re looking for cruelty-free brands or vegan hair products, here’s your list to check out. These hair care brands do not test on animals.
Adding ingredients like turmeric and honey to your face mask routine will work wonders when you’re looking to get rid of blemishes. Check out my review of two new face masks from FREE BEAUTY.
Should I switch up skin care products this spring? How do I get rid of acne and dark marks on my face? All of these questions will be answered during our spring skin care edition of Curly Conversations where we chat with Saidah of Shea BODYWORKS.