un’ruly digest #18: june ’14

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We know that Un’ruly readers are constantly on-the-go, so we’ve rounded up the best of June’s stories in case you missed any.  Enjoy!

from the editor: black movement

In our mobilized modern world sitting still is no longer a mandate, which means the doors of our identities are wide open. Read the full letter.



un’ruly life: stay well-tempered with yoga

I noticed recently that several of our working girls start their mornings with yoga. Perhaps it’s one of the elements of their success or perhaps it really is the tried and true way to bring a sense of calm into a busy life.


working girl: tanya moore, education policy advisor

Taking what you have and using it to get what you want is a thrilling undertaking that builds confidence and skills that can be applied to any aspect of life, which must be what Tanya Moore discovered after majoring in Math in college.


working girl: janet mock, writer

In 2011 Janet Mock publicly came out as a transgender woman. A year later she created the #GirlsLikeUs campaign and is now a New York Times best-selling author with her book Redefining Realness.


the colorlessness of black

When unable to rely on stereotypical physical characteristics how does one define who they are?



five hair growth tips everyone agrees on

With so many differing opinions on how to grow long healthy hair all over the Web, it’s easy to get confused with which advice to take. So we decided to find out the surefire pointers that everyone seems to agree on.



product review: herbal essences hello hydration moisturizing conditioner

Herbal Essences insists that this conditioner will leave your hair silky smooth and manageable. But is it good for our hair?


product review: shea moisture raw shea butter restorative conditioner

The Restorative Conditioner claims to heal, grow, and strengthen. It also moisturizes and detangles, but let’s see what users think…



hair story: chanel carroll

I grew up in Miami, FL and if there is one thing that I learned from my family that was engrained in my head from as early as I can remember, it was that every six weeks, it was time to get a relaxer.


hair story: lisa bonet

From her early days on the Cosby Show to her life with Lenny and now a mom of three, there has always been something about Lisa that makes you stop and stare.



boho ribbon twists (video)

Spice up your hairstyle by adding a splash of color to your two-strand twists with ribbons!


faux bangs and a bright bandana (video)

For a retro fifties look, pair your curly bangs with a bright bandanna and playful, vibrant makeup.

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