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Discover the best haircare tips for natural and curly hair from Carol's Daughter's beauty blog. Check out our recipes for a beautiful life.

Your Complete Guide To Curly Red Hair

While blonde and brunette hair colors typically get all of the attention, this year, red is one of the most coveted colors around. Available in shades of vibrant crimsons, natural curly red hair, deep auburns, and sunkissed red—there is a red hair color perfect for everyone.

The Monoi Oil Benefits You Need to Know About

While there’s no question that the abundance of hair oils, extracts, and homemade natural hair products can be overwhelming, monoi oil is one hair ingredient that should definitely be on your radar.

How To Care For Color-Treated Curls

There are many ways to add personality and versatility to your curls. One of the easiest is with colored curls. Whether you opt for an on-trend shade like vibrant red or subtle highlights that play up your complexion, heading to the salon for a new hue is always a good idea. Whatever you choose, learning the ropes on how to care for color-treated curls is crucial to preserve the health of your hair.

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Your Guide to Types of Hair Porosity and Taking a Hair Porosity Test

The must-know facts about hair porosity.

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Curly Hairstyles

Get hair care advice and hair styling tips for curly hair with videos and tutorials from Carol's Daughter. Find the right moisturizing hair products for your perfect curly hair look.

Top 11 Layered Curly Hair Ideas

While perfecting your curly natural hair care routine takes time, patience, and curly hair products, the right haircut is also key. There are a couple of factors to consider when cutting your hair: Will the haircut complement your curl pattern? Layered curly hair or no hair layers? Long or short? To help you out, we’ve put together a guide sharing why layers are great for curls and a couple of inspirational curly hair ideas for those wanting to test out the look.

6 Wash and Go Tips for All Curl Types

A wash and go is both the easiest and trickiest of curly hairstyles to perfect. On the one hand, it’s a fast process, but without the right curly hair products and the perfect amount of manipulation (aka not too much), you might end up with a frizz fest that’s hard to fix.

32 Easy & Chic Hairstyles for Short Curly Hair

It’s easy to see why short curly hair is a timeless trend. Not only is it low maintenance, but it also offers a mix of styling options that are often easier to pull off and maintain than longer hairstyles.

Everything You Need To Know About Natural Hair Plopping

One quick social media scan, and you’ll likely find a feed full of wash-and-go techniques and protective styling trends that promise perfect curls.

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Natural Hairstyles

Find out which natural hairstyle best suits your hair and which Carol's Daughter products to use to achieve it.

How to Use Flexi Rods on Natural Hair

You'll love this stress-free way to get curls.

Here's How To Stop Hair Breakage

It doesn’t matter if it’s a few strands or a hefty chunk, any amount of hair breakage or damaged hair can be stressful—and stress is one of the main causes of more serious and potentially permanent hair loss.

How To Refresh Your Second-Day Hair

You know the drill. Cleanse, condition, deep treat, steam, and then style. Wash day means spending hours working your way through a five- or six-step routine. For protective styles, add a solid 24 hours (or more!) to the process for dry time. And if your hair is highly porous and holds onto water—well, double that setting time.

Here's How To Stop Hair Breakage

It doesn’t matter if it’s a few strands or a hefty chunk, any amount of hair breakage or damaged hair can be stressful—and stress is one of the main causes of more serious and potentially permanent hair loss.

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Take the quiz, learn your curl type, get matched with products to help them thrive.

Curl guide

Where girlboss becomes curlboss.

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