Sometimes less is more! Fancy a close shave?
“A woman who cuts her hair is about to change her life.” ~ Coco Chanel
We’re excited to share our very first episode of Pretty, our new documentary series that takes a look at beauty standards across the globe.
Bangs are always a great way to freshen up your look.
Eritrean and Egyptian artist Sonya Teclai’s voice has been described as sultry, smooth and funky. Find out how she got her start in music and how her cross-cultural upbringing has influenced her work.
If you’re looking for a dramatic change this year, playing with both color and length is a sure way to go.
We’ve been working on something quite exciting over the past couple months…
In December we met a writer and academic and looked back on our favorite hairstyles of the year.
Spruce up your look with a whole new ‘do. This week we’re ringing in 2015 with a little ‘new year, new hair’ inspiration.
This year we’re asking you to Come Away With Us as we immerse ourselves in the global Black experience, starting in Europe, then heading down to the Motherland, crossing the Atlantic to South America…
Traditionally washing Senegalese twists on a weekly basis in my opinion is not advisable because it will result in frizz, loosing them and/or causing matting at the root…
To Canadians I am of course black but specifically, I am Nigerian. To many Nigerians, I am ‘oyinbo’ white/Canadian.
Dominique Chantal Snip is a very influential part of the natural hair scene in the Netherlands. She is an author, salon owner and founder of a hair care line.
Natural hair in Toronto is trendy, but not the norm; eccentric, but not controversial. Local, Antonnette Smith has tried her best to embrace her natural hair, as well as encouraging other women to do the same…
Awanda Pérez, founder of Go Natural Spain, gives us her take on natural hair in Spain and shares the beginnings of her hair story.
There is no universal answer for this. In my experience trims/cuts should happen based on how much you manipulate your own hair…
Although, the magnitude of naturalistas within South Africa cannot be measured, Ruth has noticed that the growing trend has caused a shift in hair care products offered in South Africa, as well as the services that many of the local salons offer…
With the natural hair movement carving out a space in the US as something that’s more than just a trend, we were curious about how it was doing in other parts of the globe.
Team Un’ruly has once again hand picked its favorite celeb hair do’s of the year. Check out who our lovely contributors chose as 2014′s best hair styles.
I met @reblle_fleur a while back at a Serge Ibaka cocktail party here in Paris and immediately loved her knack for accessorizing.
Heat damage is not reversible and for the most part just like split ends has to be cut off…
With some users saying the shampoo smells like plantains, the ingredient list of Shea Moisture’s African Black Soap Deep Cleansing Shampoo is sure to leave ingredient-sensitive shoppers happy.
“I didn’t win any awards, didn’t receive any accolades for my coverage [of Ferguson] but it was such an amazing experience to ride that line between writer and activist and be in it with those fighting for a real change.”
We’re throwing this Thursday back to these cool “boy braids” we spotted back in October.
“What was surprising to me when I looked at the data was that it wasn’t they. It was us. Meaning, black people were most negative towards Afrocentric styles.” Find out what else Tina Opie has discovered in researching hair and identity.
Heavier oils should be your go-to during the winter because of the dryer, cooler air…
…every revolution had it’s detractors. Ending slavery didn’t happen through consensus nor did giving women the right to vote.