Curly Conversations

Hey Curlies,

Ready to learn more about natural and curly hair care on the go?

Each Tuesday at 7 p.m., I host Curly Conversations live, a natural hair podcast that aims to inspire women of color to embrace their curly hair and themselves through inspirational dialogue and hair styling tips.

What to expect from Curly Conversations:
  • Tips to achieve your best hairstyle
  • Which products are on the market
  • How to maintain healthy hair
  • Chats with special guests
  • Controversial natural hair topics
  • Importance of self care
  • And more!
If you can't listen live, you can catch up on all of the episodes right here!

Want to listen on the go? Be sure to subscribe on SoundCloud, iTunes and Google Play so you don't miss an episode. 

Natural Hair Podcast Curly Conversations - ClassyCurlies

Episode 15: An Open Letter To Natural Hair Brands
Links that go along with this episode: Flax seed gel tutorial | Cassia application | Get details on the DIY shampoo + conditioner course | Sign up for ClassyCurlies' newsletter

Episode 14: 3 Things to do When You're Tired of Your Hair
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Episode 13: The truth about hair texturizers (and relaxers)

Episode 12: My holy grail natural hair products

Episode 11: A chat with Ebony Chappel of Indianapolis Recorder on culture appropriation on the black and natural hair communities 

Episode 10: A chat with Mia Pickens of Simply a Tool

Episode 9: A chat with Aisha Crump of Honey Baby Naturals

Episode 8: 'I Hate my natural hair' - Hair type discrimination 

Episode 7: Hair vitamins, do they work?

Episode 6: That time I was border line depressed

You can listen here or in the video player below

Episode 5: Black Hair in America v. Africa (Ft. Emily Wasonga of Love's Hangover)

You can listen to the fifth episode by clicking here or listening in the player below.

Episode four
: Getting your hair back on track

Episode three: Avoiding the 'ethnic hair care aisle'

Episode two: Building the perfect wash day routine

Episode one: Keeping confident in your natural hair