Latina Style Wars: Favorite Curls
Latina Style Wars: Favorite Curls!
By Ana Luisa Suarez | 11/22/2013 - 11:00

Latina’s have the best natural curly hair out there, hands down. We can dress up out curls, play them down, make them look sexy, or casual. There are a million ways to wear them! For this week’s edition of Latina Style Wars we asked you to get your mousse, anti-frizz serum, and curling wands out to show off your favorite curl look. The entries were all exactly what we expected from Latina curls – perfecto.


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Christina Aguilera on The Voice
Get The Look: Christina Aguilera's Sexy Curls
By Latina Staff | 11/21/2013 - 10:53

For NBC's The Voice earlier this week, Christina Aguilera paid tribute to Michael and Janet Jackson with an ultra-glam look. 

Celebrity hairstylist David Babaii used the theme SMOKE N’ MIRRORS as the vision behind her hot sexy look. From a smoky eye by makeup artist Scott Barnes to David’s interpretation of curls blasting off with volume and tons of texture, her performance ignited the ideas behind this fab look.

Get the look at home with these easy tips: 


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5 Hair Products Afro-Latinas Will Love!
5 Hair Products Afro-Latinas Will Love!
By Amanda Flores | 05/10/2013 - 12:46

Whether you’re treating relaxed or natural textures, these miracle workers will help get your little one’s hair done faster, cutting down on painful detangling sessions. And bonus: It’s great for mami’s rizos, too!


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Work Those Waves!
By Latina Staff | 02/25/2008 - 21:34

Step 1: Working with clean, damp hair, take two or three fingers (two for straight strands, three for thick or curly) and place them underneath the roots of a two-inch section of hair. Wind section of hair around figers.

Step 2: Pin coiled section to scalp. Repeat with more sections until all hair is coiled and pinned.

Step 3: Dry hair with diffuser or let air-dry. Once hair is dry, unwind coils and gently separate waves with fingers.

If your hair is...


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9 Things Every Curl Needs
By Latina Staff | 01/22/2008 - 10:39

1. Oil

Don?t wash naturally curly hair more than twice a week; your rizos need the oils in your scalp to help keep them moisturized. And when you do, use a thick, hydrating shampoo and conditioner.

2. Fattening up

Before you go creating curls in straight or wavy hair, wash it with a thickening shampoo, then apply a thickening mousse while it?s wet so hair has the body it needs to hold a curl.

3. The brush-off


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