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Color Upgrade For the Curly Girl

Get the details for the makeover from faded and grown-out to bright and pretty on this curly haired client.

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This Salon Owner Found a Dryer That’s Actually Good for Her Business

Hair dryers are standard equipment that lets you finish your clients looks. Here’s how salon owner Pekela Riley discovered a way to reduce service time and elevate client satisfaction with a dryer that delivers results, has a sleek polished look and offers the health benefit of being light weight.

Expert Advice: How to Work with Every Curl Type

“At Ulta, texture isn’t just taught, but it’s also a priority,” Ulta Beauty Pro Team member Pekela Riley says. Here, she shares insights into the different curl types and how to work with each.

Here are the Answers to Your Top Texture Questions

Ouidad Curl Experts Chadwick Pendley and Jessica O’Brien answer your top texture questions.

How to Dry Curly Hair with a Diffuser

In this texture tutorial, educator Sam Villa drop the ends of a section of hair inside a finger diffuser and twists and lift as he elevates so hair is intertwined between the fingers.

This Tool Will Give Your Curly Clients a Smooth Blowout

Colorado stylist Amy Baugh turns to Hot Tools' new One Step Blowout to give clients with texture the ultimate smooth, salon-quality blowout.

Henkel to Acquire DevaCurl

The move strengthens Henkel's professional hair care portfolio with category-leader in fast-growing curly hair segment and adds complementary product range with strong innovation capabilities.

Texture Play: Diffusion, Curl Control and More with Dyson

How to work with different textures and shapes using Dyson's Supersonic™ hair dryer Professional edition.

How to Keep Curls Hydrated and Full of Shine

Nadria Brown is a Florida-based curl specialist who educates both her clients and fellow stylists on tips and tricks for maintaining and ehancing their natural texture. Brown reaches for products from DevaCurl to help her achieve the results her clients desire.

Why it Makes Sense to be a Curl Expert

Although more than 60 percent of the population has curly, coily or wavy hair, only a fraction of stylists are trained to work with texture. There is only one curl-trainedstylist for every 32,000 curly people, according to DevaCurl, which has trained thousands of stylists at its Academy.