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Publisher Description

Celebrate the beauty of curls in a buoyant how-to, manifesto, and curly girl support group all in one.

Say no to shampoo, unplug the dryer, and kiss frizz and bad hair days good-bye. Curly Girl is the surprising bible for those with naturally curly or wavy hair and a desire to celebrate it, from Lorraine Massey, owner of the Devachan salons and products. It’s all here: Daily routines for corkscrew, Botticelli, fractal, and wavy curls. Homemade lotions and potions for locking in moisture. Expert tips on caring for African American hair. Fabulous dos for weddings and special occasions. How to trim your hair yourself, step-by-step. (Remember: It’s not what you take off; it’s what you leave on.) Recommendations for chemical-free products. And so much more: the care, the styling, the products, the remedies, the empowering, pro-curl attitude.
Ten things to do before you dye
You are what you eat—and so are your curls
Getting kids to love their curls
Curly guys
Lorraine’s 12-step recovery program
And check out Lorraine’s video tutorials on YouTube.

Health, Mind & Body
January 13
Workman Publishing Company
Workman Publishing Co., Inc.

Customer Reviews

Ann nnnnnnn ,

Love it

Love love love this book worked magic my hair feels so amazing and looks so curly amazing.

IAMLola48 ,


This book was very informative and shared things I did not know. However, as an Black American I wish it would have given more insight and a visual of my texture and hair type. It provided me a lot to consider how I've been treating my hair. I will purchase the products but I still feel like I need more information how to care for my hair because the women shown in this book their hair looks nothing like mine.

Auntie Missa ,

Fantastic Advice

I read through this book in one sitting. What I loved most about it was the empowering advice on how to manage curls independently, and using natural ingredients. There are several pages dedicated to DIY home concoctions which I love. I also loved that ingredients were explained as well as why each one was good or bad. Overall, I think this offers a fantastic place to start for curlies who don’t know much about the science of curly hair, since there’s no bogus focus on using particular brands or products (although DevaCurl products are amazing!), and it’s more focused on explaining why curly hair behaves as it does, what it needs, what to avoid, and how you can manage it yourself. Very great book, easy to follow. I HIGHLY recommend it.

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