Afro Hair

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Tiffany Haddish shaved her head on Instagram Live, and shared an empowering message

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Hanna Ibraheem
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    Beauty

    Today is National Crown Day in the US. Here’s why it’s important

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    These simple tips will help refresh your braids

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    Beauty

    Here’s why you might not be able to get a blow dry when salons reopen

Latest Stories

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Beauty

“How I learned to accept and love my braids”

One woman opens up about learning to embrace her hair.

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Basma Khalifa
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Beauty

Black-owned beauty brands to buy now and support forever

You’ll want to add everything to your basket.

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Lucy Partington
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Beauty

9 women share the best products for their curly hair

From the creams, oils and shampoos to must-have masks.

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Shannon Peter
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Beauty

The best black-owned hair brands and the women behind them

Afro hair is finally getting the premium products it deserves – and these women are leading the charge.

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Ava Welsing-Kitcher
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Hanna Ibraheem
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Does your hair snap when you brush it? That could be a sign of dehydration

Here's how to keep it healthy.

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Beauty

Miley Cyrus gave herself a DIY pixie mullet (with a little help from her mum)

You better believe the singer’s quarantine ‘do is making waves on Instagram...

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Kayleigh Dray
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Beauty

9 seriously clever dry shampoos that actually work

No white marks in sight.

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Stylist Beauty Team
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Beauty

These experts agree: silk pillow cases can really improve your skin and hair

It may not be a miracle cure, but it helps a lot.

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Kiran Meeda
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Beauty

What it‘s like to lose your hair to alopecia

Gina Atinuke Knight lost her hair due to post-traumatic stress.

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Hanna Ibraheem
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Beauty

How to care for afro and curly hair when you can't get to the salon

We asked the experts.

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Hanna Ibraheem
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Beauty

Gabrielle Union-Wade embraces her short, natural curls while staying at home

"When your natural locks appreciate the lockdown."

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Stylist Beauty Team
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Florie Mwanza
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Everything you need to know about knotless braids

It might be time to wave goodbye to your box braids.

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Oscars 2020: true story behind this award-winning short film celebrating natural hair

You need to watch Hair Love, a true celebration of afro hair and black fathers.

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Elena Chabo
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Beauty

The biggest beauty trends for 2020, according to Instagram

You'll be seeing these everywhere this year.

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Hanna Ibraheem
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Beauty

This London concept store for black-owned businesses is not one to miss

Janet’s List returns once again.

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Ava Welsing-Kitcher
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Beauty

The best hair masks for every type, every texture, and every concern

Slap one on and let it sit.

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Ava Welsing-Kitcher
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Beauty

Exclusive: DevaCurl is finally coming to the UK

You can cut the risky hauls from unauthorised Amazon sellers.

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Shannon Peter
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Beauty

“Lessons I learned while getting my first wig”

Number one: practice makes perfect.

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Ava Welsing-Kitcher
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The greatest new products to hit the beauty desk this month

Future beauty icons.

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Long Reads

“Why ‘the Brandy’ was the most significant hairstyle of the 90s”

“Her signature braids stood boldy in a sea of whiteness, at a time when ‘the Rachel’ was all the rage”

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Leah Sinclair
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