As of today, product development on our new curly hair care line is going well! I love experimenting with different butters and oils to create a blend that your curls are going to love.
I know what products are going to be included in the line - it's just a question of how to make them. Our line will include a men's line and a kids' line. It's important to us to make sure all curl types are included!
The men's line will feature a cleansing conditioner and styling lotion. These products are designed for maximum simplicity and ease of use. The kids' products will feature a fruity detangling spray. Remember mommies & daddies - always detangle your child's curls with a detangling product or conditioner! Never detangle curls when dry as this will cause breakage and tears.
Stay tuned as we continue in this exciting new direction!
This past weekend, I had an opportunity to meet some wonderful people who just happened to have gorgeous curls.
As our conversations developed, I asked them a seemingly random question: How do you feel about your curls?
The responses were varied however they all had the same underlying theme - it's a part of me I need to correct.
I met a young woman with cherub coily curls who had been straightening her hair with a flat iron for years. I asked her why she did it & she told me she thought it would be more attractive for her to wear her hair straight in her daily life.
She then went on to tell me it was becoming increasingly difficult to straighten her hair on a daily basis (time constraints, etc). When she mentioned her flat iron heated up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit, I gasped. I don't cook dinner at that temperature, much less my hair!
There are so many things to talk about nowadays - the environment, current events... yet I'm starting to find that talking about our curls is just a segue into a much broader topic - our own self-view.
So Canada - how do you feel about your curls?
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