We know that Un’ruly readers are constantly on-the-go, so we’ve rounded up the best of this month’s stories in case you missed any. Enjoy!
from the editor: a return to glam
We’re taking things up a notch this month. We want you to be your most glamorous you and unabashedly so. In September we were all about hair and fashion and called for a return to glam. Read the full letter.
Is changing something about your appearance a sign of low self-esteem? Pastor A.J. Aamir seemed to think so and told his leadership staff not to wear weaves.
Just like art, food is open to various forms of creativity and interpretation. Just ask Food Curator Kysha Harris.
Ever dream of turning your passion for fashion into a career? Meet handbag and accessories designer, Kelly Horton.
Growing up Muslim and having to keep her hair covered under a scarf for many years eventually led to Khay Muhammad taking a unique hair journey that speaks to her creativity and ever-evolving state of mind.
For over 120 years Vogue Magazine has told us this is what is beautiful… While the lack of women of color on the covers of American Vogue tells a story, a big one.
Don’t think of Fall as the end of baring it all; think of it as a time to let something other than skin take center stage. Get hair-inspired by Paris Fall couture runway trends.
New York Fashion Week has come to an end but the street style that was photographed lasts forever. Here are the fashionistas whose style and hair caught our eye.
Queen Latifah’s return to daytime TV, the eclectic sounds of singer, Valerie June and expanding our cultural horizons are just some of the things we’re excited about this month.
Sometimes curly girls want to take a break from their ringlets; so they smooth out their curls by straightening them. We’ve compiled a comprehensive guide to straightening your tresses.
this month’s expert: anthony dickey
I’ve let my relaxer grow out leaving my hair in its natural state. Please advise me on how to take care of it.
I was adopted so taking care of my hair has always been trial and error. Now that I am 30, it’s damaged beyond repair. Help!
Are there any products on the market specially formulated for Black women to thicken the hair?
The Carol’s Daughter Monoi Repairing Hair Mask claims to be a cure-all for damaged hair, chock full of proteins and rare nourishing oils, a dream solution for dry damaged hair. But does it live up to its claim?
Once revered as a testament of old age, grey hair has surprisingly catapulted to hair color majesty. From highlights to colorful tints we present four celebrity -inspired looks of going grey.
look of day
We dedicate each week to a style we love. September’s issue brought us casual glam, America’s Next Top Models, Teeny Weeny Afros and TV leading ladies. Explore the looks below.
When we think of glamour, we typically think of the stunning evening gowns and side-swept body waves of old Hollywood starlets. But glamour can happen anytime and anywhere.
This week we’re taking a look at our favorite America’s Next Top Model gals.
Meet @saralarece, the first in our round up of TWA babes. Find out what she loves about her hair.
Undeniably stylish and graciously eloquent, ABC’s Scandal heroine Kerry Washington returns to television this month as the ferociously fabulous Olivia Pope. Check her and our other favorite leading ladies out.