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Transition From Winter to Spring Skincare with These 4 Beauty Brands

Transition From Winter to Spring Skincare with These 4 Beauty Brands

Just as we do with our wardrobe when one season changes to another, so should we do with our beauty and skincare products. It’s all about transitioning your skincare products to adjust to the changes of the season. This is especially necessary when transitioning from winter to spring skincare. A change of season means a change in temperatures, dryness, environmental debris, etc. With these changes plus the ongoing effects of Maskne, our skin has a lot of adapting to do. Products that may have worked for winter may not work during the warmer spring season. Your skincare choices should reflect that.

Transition From Winter to Spring Skincare with These 4 Beauty Brands

That’s why we’re sharing these wonderful skincare products from Country Bathhouse,  Butter By Keba, Les Creme, and Urban Skin Rx. We’ve been indulging our skin with these skincare products as we slowly move from winter weather to the less harsh spring season.

Country Bathhouse ReNew Activated Charcoal Mask, $36.00

4 Beauty Products to Transition From Winter to Spring Skincare

The Country Bathhouse ReNew Black facial masks clarify and renew with activated charcoal and extreme hydrating ingredients, like hyaluronic acid, organic olive, and jojoba oils; it also boasts antioxidant-rich rooibos, DMAE, and added essential oils. We all know that charcoal gently detoxes the skin to help prevent future breakouts

  1. Have Maskne? The Peppermint and Tea Tree mask has a minty, lively aroma.
  2. The Grapefruit and Lemongrass renewing mask has a bright, citrusy aroma and is great for dry or mature skin.
  3. The Lavender and Frankincense renewing mask has a calming and earthy aroma.

Butter By Keba Body Care, $8.00 – $95.00

4 Beauty Products to Transition From Winter to Spring Skincare

The Butter By Keba is a clean moisturizing fragrance and natural body care line created by Makeba Lloyd.  Her intention can be felt in each product, inducing a calming, natural aroma that isn’t overpowering but just the right amount of fragrance and moisture. We love her Body Butters, which easily absorb into your skin and soothes chronic dry skin. It leaving a light whisper of moisturizing fragrance that you can enjoy throughout the day. The shea butters are full of Vitamins A and E, paraben-free, and made with plant-based oils like grape seed, rice bran oil, and candelilla wax.

Les Creme Daily Detox Face Wash, $29.95

La Creme Daily Detox Face Wash

Les Creme’s signature charcoal soap comes to you in liquid form! Made with real Activated Charcoal for a deeply cleansing, oil-absorbing, and anti-aging experience, the Les Creme Daily Detox Face Wash cleanses away oils, without drying out your skin. This anti-aging cleanser foams to purify pores, then rinses clean, leaving your skin fresh.

Urban Skin Rx

Transition From Winter to Spring Skincare with These 4 Beauty Brands

If you’re looking to improve the appearance of uneven skin tone, dark spots, dull skin, rough texture, pore size, and aging skin, look no further than these Urban kin Rx products.

  1. Urban Skin Rx Resurfacing Vitamin C Cleansing Bar, $32.00 – This powerful, multi-tasking cleansing bar will smooth, resurface and brighten a dull complexion. This newest addition to  Urban Skin Rx’s Pro Strength collection, the Resurfacing Vitamin C Cleansing Bar is powered by 2.5% Niacinamide, L-Ascorbic Acid, Lactic Acid, Kojic Acid, Turmeric, and Raspberry Seed Oil. Exfoliate the surface of your skin while enjoying the light aroma of Raspberry to reveal a more even-looking complexion.
  2. Urban Skin Rx Retinol Rapid Repair & Dark Spot Treatment, $25.00 – The Retinol Rapid Repair & Dark Spot Treatment improves the appearance of hyperpigmentation and aging skin, while also improving the look of uneven skin tone, post-acne marks, dark spots, fine lines, and wrinkles.

Have you started your winter to spring skincare transition? Would these products help get your skin to glowing health?

Black-Operated Brands You Can Support Today

Put Your Money Where the Movement Is: Black-Operated Brands You Can Support Today

In response to the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and so many others, people across the United States have started speaking out against police brutality in Black communities. The past few weeks have seen protests in every state in America and in at least 40 countries around the world, countless petitions to get justice for Black Americans who have been killed by the police, and crowdsourced lists of organizations to donate to. As the initial wave of protests subsides, many people have been wondering how they can continue to fight against racial disparities in this country.

Black-Operated Brands You Can Support Today

In addition to keeping this necessary conversation going even as the media cycle focuses less on the protests, a great way to help ensure that Black communities receive the reparations they deserve is to support Black-owned and Black-operated businesses. Whether you physically go to businesses in your community or you support businesses across the country by shopping online, you can fight inequality in the long-term by putting your money where your mouth is and giving Black businesses your hard-earned cash. There are 30.2 million small businesses in the U.S. and all it takes is a simple Google search to discover which of these are owned and run by Black entrepreneurs. To get you started, here is just a small list of some of our favorite Black-owned and Black-operated brands.

Castamira Swimwear

Castamira Swimwear - Black-Operated Brands You Can Support Today

Chantel Davis, a Jamaican-born model, founded this luxury swimwear brand in 2017 and hasn’t stopped her entrepreneurial efforts since. Davis wants Castamira to be a swimwear company for all women, regardless of their size, shape, or skin color. Before she founded the brand, Davis went to university and then signed with Wilhelmina Miami to work as a model for three years.

After seeing the same thin body type over and over again in the modeling industry, Davis was inspired to launch a swimwear brand that aimed to make all women feel comfortable, sexy, and confident in their own skin. Davis designs Castamira swimsuits so that they highlight the small of the back, support the bust, embrace curves, and elongate legs. Every inch of these swimsuits is catered to the female form so that any woman can have fun in the sun while feeling undeniably beautiful.

The Doux

The Doux Haircare

The Doux is a professional approach to curly hair that delivers real results without all of the hype. Maya Smith, a licensed cosmetologist, developed The Doux in a textured hair salon with extensive research and development and thousands of transitioned clients. Smith developed The Doux to treat any style of hair, whether it has natural curl definition or it’s been thermally straightened. With Smith’s innovative product, she’s squashed the battle between straight and curly and proved that any kind of natural is beautiful.

Black Girl Sunscreen

Shontay Lundy's Black Girl Sunscreen

Shontay Lundy created Black Girl Sunscreen in 2016 to help Black people protect their skin against harmful UV rays. Lundy formulated this sunscreen specifically for darker skin tones so that it doesn’t leave a white residue or cast after you apply it. Whether you love laying out on the beach or you’re among the 162 million people who make up the U.S. civilian labor force and spend your working hours out in the sun, you can use this sunscreen to protect your skin. It is also reef-friendly, as it is made with an all-natural formula free of harmful parabens and fragrances.

JustFab

Black-Operated Brands You Can Support Today

JustFab is a fashion-subscription e-commerce site that provides members with a personal shopping experience and is part of TechStyle Fashion Group’s portfolio of brands, which also includes Savage X Fenty, Fabletics, and ShoeDazzle. Daria Burke helps ensure JustFab’s success as their Chief Marketing Officer (CMO). In this position, Burke oversees all marketing functions and pilots JustFab’s global brand awareness and positioning.

Prior to joining JustFab in 2019, Burke led various fashion and retail advertising partnerships at Facebook and Instagram; was a founding team member of Rent the Runway, and served as Head of Beauty Strategy, Innovation, and Experience at CVS. Although Burke is early in her career at JustFab, she is sure to give the fashion brand a boost with her extensive expertise. Bet you didn’t know, JustFab was a Black-operated brand.

Mielle Haircare

Mielle Haircare

With a focus on health from the inside out, Mielle products have shaken up the hair care market since the company’s 2014 launch. Monique Rodriguez is the company’s founder and CEO and used her nine years of experience as a registered nurse to create a line of natural beauty products for all hair types. At an affordable price, you won’t need to pawn precious stones to get the cash you need to purchase Mielle products. You can easily find these natural products at major stores like Walmart or purchase them online to support Rodriguez and her business directly.

Glam Body

Danika Berry's Glam Body

Danika Berry created Glam Body in 2017 with the goal of making skin look and feel better with natural ingredients. Glam Body’s coffee scrubs are vegan and cruelty-free, containing jojoba oil, coconut oil, and coffee. This combination of ingredients helps fight stretch marks, cellulite, hyperpigmentation, eczema, dull skin, and aging effects.

French Deal

French Deal Mens Fashion

Steeven Kodjia started in a competition-winning dance crew at the O’Tentick dance company, a Parisian-based dance studio. While he performed at concerts and in music videos, he developed a strong interest in men’s fashion. After frequent trips to New York City to search for streetwear styles he couldn’t find elsewhere, he decided to start his own fashion label, French Deal.

French Deal is based on Parisian hip-hop looks and VOLUME 4, Steeven’s latest collection, aims to shine a positive light on Africa. With this collection, Steeven wants to challenge stereotypical beliefs to prove that Africa has an amazing fashion scene with a rich history and culture.

Glow by Daye

Glow by Daye Hair Tools

Glow by Daye is a brand that sells high-quality hair maintenance tools and products to help you meet your hair goals. Ranay Orton, a self-proclaimed lazy natural, wanted simple solutions to care for her hair and didn’t find them on the market. So, she created her own. Whether your hair goals are focused on length, moisture retention, or prolonging hairstyles, Orton’s products are designed to help you.

Rucker Roots

Rucker Roots Haircare

Sisters Ellen Rucker Sellers and Ione Rucker-Jamison launched Rucker Roots, a line of healthy products to help all hair types. Their products are derived from vegetable roots, such as ginger root, carrot root, and turnip root. You can shop the Rucker Roots collection for individual shampoos and conditioners or for multi-step systems to boost your hair’s health.

Whether you want to treat yourself to a piece of luxury fashion or you’re looking for affordable products to use in your daily life, you can support Black businesses. Use these companies as a starting point and remember to share your favorite brands with your friends and family. By creating a network of financial support for Black-operated businesses and recognizing the achievements of Black entrepreneurs, we can help Black communities thrive.

Urban Skin Rx Skin Care Products

Urban Skin Rx: Skincare From The Melanin Skin Experts

Everyone has heard the famous line “Black don’t crack”; while it’s true that the melanin in African American skin helps in looking younger, black skin still needs nurturing. Black may not crack but it does bruise. While we may look younger, black men and women can still be plagued with skin issues. These include acne, enlarged pores, hyperpigmentation and other common concerns seen in darker skin tones. Thankfully, there is a solution. Urban Skin Rx is a clinical skincare line founded by medical aesthetician Rachel Roff. It is a skincare range of scientifically researched corrective skincare products for all skin tones and colors.

Urban Skin Rx Skin Care Products

We are currently trying out three skincare products from Urban Skin Rx – Combination Skin Cleansing Bar, Clear & Even Tone Clarifying Glycolic Pads, and the Even Tone Super Glow Serum. Keep on reading for more information on these products and our take on them:

Urban Skin Rx Skin Care Products

Combination Skin Cleansing Bar, $24.00 – the Urban Skin Rx Cleansing Bars are also known as “treatment bars in a jar” because that’s exactly what they are. The 3-in-1 Combination Skin Cleansing Bar is a smoothing, hydrating cleansing treatment. It improves the appearance of rough skin, aging skin and eczema-prone skin. It works as a daily cleanser, mask, and exfoliator thanks to its rich, thick lather and exfoliating sponge.

Urban Skin Rx Skin Care Products

You don’t need much of the solid brown cleansing bar to get a deep clean, and it boasts a light fennel scent. It left our skin looking brighter and left it felt clean, but not tight or dry. We love a multitasking beauty product and this Urban Skin Rx cleanser is an effective time-saver.

Urban Skin Rx Skin Care Products

Clear & Even Tone Clarifying Glycolic Pads, $32.00- thanks to a powerful combination of Glycolic acid, Lactic acid, and Salicylic acid, the Urban Skin Rx Clear & Even Tone Clarifying Glycolic Pads effectively exfoliates dead skin cells, promotes even-looking skin tone, removes excess oil, and leaves behind a skin cleansing formula. It will take time to see the full benefits of using the pads but personal experience tells us that Glycolic acid smooths the appearance of skin. You’ll experience a slight initial tingling, which disappears just as quickly.

Urban Skin Rx Skin Care Products

Even Tone Super Glow Serum, $26.00 – last but not least is the Urban Skin Rx Even Tone Super Glow Serum; a brightening and anti-aging antioxidant powerhouse. It is the perfect blend of ingredients which work together to improve the appearance of dark spots, sun damage and the effects of aging. It has an earthy scent to it, a faint citrus scent, but more eathy, a lot like aged orange rinds. Upon first application, it can feel a bit sticky but it absorbs fairly quickly into the skin. As sufferers of uneven skin tones, we can’t wait to be free from the issues that plague our darker skin.

Our fellow melanin-gifted, if you are looking for effective skincare for your skin tone needs, try Urban Skin Rx.

NaturallyCurly Kicks Off NYFW with Texture On The Runway

It’s a known fact that black women are trendsetters. From our fashions to our attitudes, to our hair, our style is coveted. It was an amazing pleasure to see that unabashed style and celebration in abundance at the NaturallyCurly Texture On The Runway event, sponsored by Sally Beauty. In its third year of celebrating textured hair and hairstyles, the NYFW kick-off event invited more than 700 influencers, media, and VIPs to experience an innovative runway show and to connect with leading textured hair care brands like Aphogee, Jamaican Mango and Lime, and the hair care brands participating in the runway segment. For this event, fashion took a back seat to hair. It was all about the textured hair.

NEW YORK, NY – SEPTEMBER 07: Monica Mo Stevens, Karonda Cook, and Michelle Breyer (Photo by Rabbani and Solimene Photography/Getty Images for NaturallyCurly)

NaturallyCurly.com co-founder Michelle Breyer hosted the event alongside professional hair stylist Monica Stevens of MoKnowsHair, and Sally Beauty Director of Merchandising Karonda Cook. It was an evening filled with not just textures on the runway, but culture and pride on the runway as well. From luscious ‘fros and cascading waves to wild ringlets and tribal braids – Cantu, Carol’s Daughter, Creme of Nature, Curlformers™, Mielle Organics and SheaMoisture headlined the runway show, featuring their unique vision for textured hair. Highlights of the night included each brand’s original interpretations demonstrating their expertise in texture and highlighting the beauty and versatility of texture.

NEW YORK, NY – SEPTEMBER 07: Dancers perform on the runway for Cantu during Texture On The Runway (Photo by Rabbani and Solimene Photography/Getty Images for NaturallyCurly)

NEW YORK, NY – SEPTEMBER 07: Dancers perform on the runway for Cantu during Texture On The Runway (Photo by Rabbani and Solimene Photography/Getty Images for NaturallyCurly)

NEW YORK, NY – SEPTEMBER 07: Dancers perform on the runway for Creme of Nature during Texture On The Runway (Photo by Rabbani and Solimene Photography/Getty Images for NaturallyCurly)

While Cantu brought an amazing series of step and tap dancers rocking the coolest of hairdos, Creme of Nature wowed with elegant brown ballerinas. Carol’s Daughter had 90’s Brooklyn style and hair in full effect and showed that when it comes to hair, you either go big or go home.

Curlformers was highlighted with the absolutely adorable Instagram stars, Anais and Mirabelle Lee; while Mielle trotted out a bevy of golden goddesses who “slayed” the runway from beginning to end.

NEW YORK, NY – SEPTEMBER 07: Anais and Mirabelle Lee walk the runway for CurlFormers during Texture On The Runway (Photo by Rabbani and Solimene Photography/Getty Images for NaturallyCurly)

NEW YORK, NY – SEPTEMBER 07: Models walk the runway for Mielle during Texture On The Runway (Photo by Rabbani and Solimene Photography/Getty Images for NaturallyCurly)

Last but certainly not least was SheaMoisture brought the house down with textured hairstyle fit for a queen (keep an eye out for their crowning glory “Egyptian crown” hairstyle).

 

We had a wonderful time and look forward to attending again next year. What did you think of these textured hairstyles? Any favorite styles from the Texture On The Runway show?

MAKE UP FOR EVER and The Colored Girl’s #BLENDINSTANDOUT Campaign

Hello my fellow brown beauties, have we got some exciting news for you from the world of Make Up For Ever! The universally loved beauty brand has teamed up with Victory Jones and Tori Elizabeth, the dynamic creative duo behind The Colored Girl to bring you and extension of their #blendinstandout Campaign. What is this revolutionary campaign you ask? This latest campaign from Make Up For Ever, which launched earlier this year, supports self-expression and celebrates all people. It features empowering women of color sharing their favorite Make Up For Ever products from the brand’s extensive range and the important causes that they stand for.

Through Make Up For Ever’s #blendinstandout, each woman expresses her own unique, natural beauty through the campaign images, shares her favorite complexion product and advocates for the cause that matters most to her. These amazing women are Khoudia Diop (Model), Christina Bright (Entrepreneur), Leineal Howard (Student/Model), Monica Torres (Student/Activist), Mominatu Boog (Model/Advocate), Leyna Bloom (Transgender Model), Nakissi Dosso (Muslim Fashion Blogger/Student), Rachel Kumar (Teacher/Writer), and Victory Jones and Tori Elizabeth (Founders of The Colored Girl).

The #blendinstandout Campaign extension with The Colored Girl asked six boundary-pushing influencers (pictured above), “What do you stand for?” This campaign, which supports community, self-expression and the celebration of all people and was originally launched on Make Up For Ever’s social channels. Check out the below video featuring these six influencers who are definitely blending into their favorite Make Up For Ever products, and standing out when it comes to self-expression:

The collaboration between Make Up For Ever and The Colored Girl comes as no surprise as the makeup brand makes sure to recognize the unique beauty in all people and has always celebrated both individuality and inclusion. The cosmetics giant has long been known for its industry-leading, high-performance products featuring one of the widest complexions available in the beauty market.

What are your thoughts on the Make Up For Ever and The Colored Girl’s #blendinstandout Campaign? Share your thoughts with us.

Celebrating 45 Years of Dark and Lovely Hair Care for Women of Color

We recently helped celebrate a great milestone in African American beauty. This year, Dark and Lovely hair care celebrates 45 years of catering to the haircare and styling needs of women of color. The event highlighted Dark and Lovely’s rich heritage and impact the brand has made in the beauty and fashion in the African-American community from it’s creation in the 1970’s, to today.

To commemorate this milestone in haircare, brand ambassador, actress, and singer Demetria McKinney, welcomed the crowd with her latest single, as well as singing the brand’s praises.

 “To have 45 years of excellence, to have 45 years of beauty, to have 45 years of empowerment – that’s what Dark and Lovely is. “To be a brand ambassador for this brand has been an awesome, awesome journey!”

Photo Credit – Joe Chea

Although she couldn’t make the event, actress Teyonah Parris, the newest brand ambassador for Dark and Lovely hair care welcomed the crowd of attendees with a video message stating her excitement to be part of the hair care brand.

“I am thrilled to be able to help Dark and Lovely celebrate their 45th anniversary and I am so excited to be the newest brand ambassador. “I grew up using Dark and Lovely products and I’m so proud to be able to represent the brand as an ambassador. It is a privilege to celebrate this significant milestone during Black History Month.”

After Demetria’s wonderful performance, we journeyed through the influential African-American hairstyles of the 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and 2000’s; from afros and finger waves to braids, and flowing layers, each highlighting an essential Dark and Lovely hair care product. Fun fact about the iconic brand – did you know Dark and Lovely was introduced as the first hair color product formulated specifically for African American women? The brand has, of course, expanded to a wide range of deep conditioning treatments, shampoos, fade-resistant hair colors, relaxers, styling products, and a full line of products specifically designed for naturally curly hair.

Making their debut at the event were two new collections: Dark and Lovely Color-Gloss Ultra Radiant Color Crème, a no-ammonia natural-looking hair color infused with Shea Butter, Coconut Oil and Pomegranate, that gives natural looking color, while delivering a glossy shine; the Dark and Lovely Au Naturale Clumping Curl Clay Cleanser, and Clumping Curl Crème Gel, a care and styling duo formulated with Coconut Oil and Argan Oil, to help define naturally curly hair and reduce frizz.

The Dark and Lovely hair care event was capped off with the brand awarding five wonderful students with scholarships totaling $10,000 and assigned them to be mentored by L’Oréal USA senior-level executives as part of the Young Women with a Purpose Project, in partnership with The Tom Joyner Foundation. Scholarship winners include Ashani Scales of Delaware State University, Renea Young of Mississippi Valley State University, Hollye Weekes of Wiley College, Kimberly Burton, and Cherise McAdoo of Hampton University.

Photo Credit – Joe Chea

Are you excited for the latest Dark and Lovely hair care launches? What’s your favorite Dark and Lovely products? To learn more about these products, head to Dark and Lovely.

Must-Have Hair: Dark and Lovely Fade Resist Haircolor

When it comes to haircolor, one thing we hate is when our brilliant new hair color starts to fade. We tried all we could to prevent, or at least, slow down the process of seeing our vibrant new color fade down to a dull version of itself, losing its vibrancy, shine, and luster. Thankfully those days are over! Imagine your hair having color so rich it lasts up to 8 weeks. With the Dark and Lovely Fade Resist Haircolor range of colors, that’s exactly what you get.

Dark & Lovely Fade Resist Hair Color

This 19 shade haircolor collection boasts a no drip crème hair color in a low ammonia formula is designed to both color and condition your hair. Each new package features a new Extra-Nourishing Conditioner infused with triple fruit oils for extra nourishment for your hair. These fruit oils include Shea, Avocado, and Olive oils, all of which moisturize and help protect colored-treated hair, providing intense nourishment from root to tip.  this Extra-Nourishing Conditioner also locks in brilliant shine to illuminate your haircolor; the result is a color is so rich and ultra-conditioning, it lasts for up to 8 weeks!

Along with the new conditioner, Dark and Lovely adds a new addition to its range of hair colors. Berry Burgundy, #326, is a rich, deep berry red that is very on trend and thanks to Dark and Lovely Fade Resist Haircolor, your color is sure to last without getting dull, no matter your hair texture or hair color needs. The hair colors are specially designed for both relaxed and natural hair, with nutrients your hair needs to protect it from color damage while giving you brilliant color and shine.

To go along with the exciting new Fade Resist conditioner launch, Dark and Lovely is announcing a powerful media campaign entitled #LOVEMYCOLOR whose provocative tagline goes beyond being a witty double entendre for Women of Color. #LOVEMYCOLOR connects with women on every level – their color, their hair color, and their colorful lives. The look, tone, and feel are authentic and anthemic. We hear her voice. We see her moments. We believe in the hair color she believes in.

Dark and Lovely Fade Resist Haircolor is available for purchase at Walmart, DarkAndLovely.com and other mass retailers nationwide starting at $5.00. For more information about Fade Resist and the #LOVEMYCOLOR campaign, visit DarkAndLovely.com.

 

Hair Love: Mizani True Textures Collection for Curls, Coils and Waves

Curly haired girls have something wonderful to celebrate because the latest hair-loving product from Mizani is all about loving your curls, coils, and waves. Boasting the nourishing combination of marula, olive and coconut oils, the products from the Mizani True Textures Collection gives your hair an overdose of love and moisture, no matter your curl pattern, texture, porosity, or volume, to give your curls true staying power.

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Rich in antioxidants and essential fatty acids, the Mizani True Textures Collection smooths, conditions and hydrates your hair, leaving it softer, shinier and restored for an amazing natural curl pattern. The range of products also boasts an enticing Tropical Fruit Colada scent, with top fragrance notes that include Orange, Sparkling Lemon, Cassis, Pear, and Melon, among other tropical fruit blends.

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Introduced at an event held at Dop Salon, we got first-hand knowledge on the collection’s eight key products, including:

HAIRCARE:

  • Mizani True Textures Moisture Replenish Shampoo (SRP: $16.00) – Gently cleansing sulfate-free shampoo
  • Mizani True Textures Moisture Replenish Conditioner (SRP: $17.00) – Moisturizing conditioner
  • Mizani True Textures Cream Cleansing Conditioner (SRP: $16.00) – Cleanse and condition in one step with this gentle, low-foam sulfate-free cleansing conditioner co-wash
  • Mizani True Textures Intense Moisture Replenish Treatment (SRP: $18.00) – Deeply moisturizing weekly treatment used to help revitalize, intensify and maintain hair’s natural curl pattern

STYLING:

  • MizaniTrue Textures Curl Define Pudding (SRP: $18.00) – Define and elongate curls for touchable texture without crunch
  • Mizani True Textures Twist and Coil Jelly (SRP: $18.00) – Ideal for creating two- strand twists, coils, twist-outs, and braid-outs without crunch
  • Mizani True Textures Style Refresher Milk (SRP: $16.00) – Lightweight, nourishing spray that provides 24-hour frizz control and refreshes unwashed curls, coils, and waves
  • Mizani True Textures Curl Enhancing Lotion (SRP: $16.00) – Enhance, define and prevent frizz without crunch

All formulas in the Mizani True Textures Collection are Silicone-free and Paraben-free. the range is available now in salons and ShopSalon.com, and will hit Ulta and Ulta.com in January 2016.