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- Edition 7 -

 


 

It’s amazing how many people with curly hair think it’s frizzy when it really isn’t. They describe it as a burden and something to get rid of. But curly hair is coming into its own now as an expressive, organic statement against looking like everyone else.

Every African-American woman whose hair we’ve done has said they use five or six products that without a doubt are completely unnecessary. They use detergent, then a leave-in, something else, and then another thing… it annoys us because they’re being so ripped off. So ripped off.

So what we’ve tried to do here is present a great variety of people with curls – and we hope that this edition in particular resonates with people and frees them from pointless, duplicitous products that they don’t know what to do with, because they don’t do anything. These stories are the best evidence yet that less is absolutely more.

 


 

Color, curl, and culture

Ed. 7, Ch. 1| Afros in America Read


sylvia

Ed. 7, Ch. 2| Curls Understood Read


Mel

Ed. 7, Ch. 3| Rock Yo Rizos Read


Salina

Ed. 7, Ch. 4| A Short Story, with Gray Areas Read


Monica

Ed. 7, Ch. 5| From Brazil with Love Read


Aissatou

Ed. 7, Ch. 6| A Minimalist Unleashed Read


Yael

Ed. 7, Ch. 7| A Chanteuse and a Challenge Read

Fefa

Ed. 7, Ch. 8| A Change Artist Read


Irina

Ed. 7, Ch. 9| Curly and Proud Read


Leigh

Ed. 7, Ch. 11| Hair in Motion Read


Hair tAlk – Wes

Ed. 7, Ch. 12| On Cutting Curl Read


New Wash

Ed. 7, Ch. 13| A Game Changer Read

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