May Curlie Feature of the Month: Sarah Connor

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My love affair with my afro began at the age of 13. I was getting braids every two weeks for a year when I returned to my hometown, Chicago, to live with my father.  Beforehand, I was getting perms on a regular basis like many African American girls and was struggling for a ponytail with more hair in the front than in the back. Read more

How Curlie Tackle’s Dangerously Dry, Brittle Hair!

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Sometimes I look up and a week has passed by and you have done nothing to your hair, or at least for me. I’m a full time student with several other things happening in my life and at times my hair doesn’t get the attention it deserves or need. But, I’m human. This is a video of how I deal with my hair in this dangerously dry state.

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January CURLIE Feature of the Month

January CURLIE Feature of the Month:

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Growing up I use to hate my hair, I’d look to everyone else with press and curls and braids with pretty beads and I wished I could have it. I grew up in a conservative family, so I wasn’t allowed to straighten, perm, pretty much do anything manipulative to my hair. At the same time I went to a catholic school out of town that was also conservative, we were prohibited from hair beads, hair barrettes, anything colorful that would “distract” from our uniform.

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Curlie’s Flat-Twist Updo, Featuring 2 Styles

Check out my first tutorial that is a flat twist updo/semi protective style. I know it’s a little long but it was important for me to be complete and for you all to get to know me in the process. I actually designed the style so you can wear it 2 different ways.  View more about my journey here https://curlielocs.com/curlie/