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(of hair) having curls or waves

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We've all been there: making the decision to go curly or not.
Photo Via 'The Curly Studio' Facebook page CAIRO -- 21 January 2018: Egypt just got its very first curly hair specialized salon that will help you ease your way back into healthy, heatless curly locks.
Specializing in sculptural curly haircuts and Organic Color services, The Organic Stylist attracts health conscious clients from near and far.
Summary: Singer says it's a lot of work to manage her curly hair
WILLIAM BROCIUS, BETTER KNOWN AS CURLY BILL Brocius because of his curly black hair, was a mean-spirited gunman, rustler, robber, and outlaw in the Arizona Territory during the early 1880s.
Curls are officially back in fashion THERE'S finally some good news for those who spend half their life struggling to control a mass of curly hair.
uk) TOWEL drying can add to the frizz, warns stylist Phil Smith, who has a Be Gorgeous Curly Locks range.
Finally, I felt comfortable enough to let my curly, Jewish hair loose.
A landmark study supporting the use of absorbent products with curly fiber as a new strategy for combating Incontinence Associated Skin Damage (LASD) has been released.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning letter to Van Tibolli Beauty Corp, following its review of the GK Hair Taming System with Juvexin Curly and GK Hair Taming System with Juvexin Resistant hair smoothing products.
Co-washing has been a beauty buzzword for curly girls for some time, and now Aveda's Be Curly Co-Wash ([euro]22) aims to bring the phenomenon to the professional haircare market.
Millions of American women (one in three overall) have curly hair, but just one in 10 is happy about it, according to Dove Hair, a unit of Unilever.