7 Ways to Use Mongongo Oil — from The Curl Experts

{ Friday, 16 September 2016 }

With so many ways to use our new Mongongo Oil Multi-Use Curl Treatment, we asked the texture experts on Ouidad’s Curl Advisory Board (CAB) to share their best tips and tricks. Scroll through our slideshow or jump below for the tips!     1. To Control Frizz “I use Mongongo Oil to calm frizz after […]

Caring for Kids’ Curls: Back to School and Beyond

{ Friday, 26 August 2016 }

  Curl confidence begins at an early age. Whether you grew up with curly hair yourself or you’re raising a curly kid, you likely know it’s not just important for young people to learn how to manage their curls, but to feel great about them, too. The biggest challenge of raising a curly kid is […]

Curly Genes: Meet Two Moms Who Embrace Their Kids’ Curls

{ Tuesday, 3 May 2016 }

If you inherited your curly hair genes from Mom, there’s a chance the two of you approach your hair in very different ways. Attitudes about natural curls have changed over generations, and today more advanced products, resources, and inspiration exist for curly hair than ever before (hey, those awkward old photos might not have been […]

Celebrity Stylist Advice: How to Keep Your Curls Healthy

{ Wednesday, 13 April 2016 }

When hairstylist Tiffany Daugherty isn’t prepping her celebrity clients for photo shoots and red carpet appearances, she’s helping to define the future of curly hair as part of Ouidad’s Curl Advisory Board. We asked the L.A.-based stylist to share her advice on keeping curls springy, shiny, and damage-free—plus her must-have essential products for bringing out […]

Growing Up Curly: How I Learned to Love My Curls

{ Monday, 7 March 2016 }

Growing up with curly hair and learning to love and embrace being a ‘curly girl’ – is not as easy at it looks. We asked four women to share their personal curl stories and how their curls have shaped who they have become today. Brooke Wise, Founder, Wise Matchmaking Growing up, I always wondered why […]

If These Curls Could Talk

{ Friday, 23 October 2015 }

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Carlene Benelli shares her story about shaving off her curls and taking back her power to have the privilege of saying “I’m a survivor.” As told to Taking Charge When I was set to begin chemo, my oncologist told me the exact day my hair would begin […]

My Journey to Accepting My Natural Hair

{ Monday, 25 August 2014 }

I had no idea what my natural hair looked like until I was 29. All my life, I’ve had straight, pretty, long hair. As a kid, my mom relaxed my hair once, to make it more manageable. After that one time, she never did it again. Instead, she opted for pressing my hair, or having […]

How Ouidad Changed My (Curly) Life

{ Monday, 5 May 2014 }

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{ Monday, 24 March 2014 }

Crystal Martin is the Senior Beauty Editor at She shares her Ouidad experience! I suppose I owe my curls to Ouidad. Back in 2008, I was fresh out of graduate school at NYU, a beauty assistant at Redbook magazine—and completely unaware that my hair was curly. I had been flat ironing or pressing it […]

10 Reasons Why It’s Great to Be a Curly Redhead

{ Tuesday, 11 March 2014 }

Adrienne (left) and Stephanie Vendetti (right) are sisters, best friends, natural-born redheads and co-founders of How to be a Redhead. Curly hair is a gift. But, if you’re a curly redhead, you’re the 1% of the population with this rare combination. This St. Patrick’s Day, rock your naturally curly red hair with these confidence boosters […]