Black Women are so much more than our hair. And thanks to a renewed focus by hair care brands like Smooth ’N Shine, we are learning to further embrace our diverse curls, coils and coifs.
Last night in Atlanta, Smooth ’N Shine launches its ALL NEW look and product lines during NaturallyCurly.com‘s Texture On The Runway event. More than 200 people from all over the country were on hand to help celebrate the new products. And the fellowshipping among so many like-minded hair enthusiasts was phenomenal. I met women from California, New York, Virginia and Canada who traveled to be a part of the event. Of course there were many of Atlanta’s own beauty and style influencers in the building as well.
Guests of the event were treated to an awesome runway show featuring hair styles created by stylist to the stars Larry Sims. Larry’s clients have included Kerry Washington, Gabrielle Union, Zendaya and Jurnee Smollett Bell, just to name a few. Follow the fun on the runway was a brief panel discussion about what Black Hair Is, and featured a video on the subject (More in a separate post later …)
Nikia Phoenix, the absolutely stunning freckled-blessed model and beauty influencer, was also in the building. Nikia, who is the founder of Black Girl Beautiful, is also a brand ambassador for NaturallyCurly.com.
Guests left with amazing Smooth ’N Shine swag bags full of new products. I can’t wait t try them all Stay tuned for reviews and more posts of specific products like my favorite so far the Weightless Styling Gel. Infused with black seed & coconut oil, in manages to hold my edges in place without drying the hair out. For that alone, I will be a champion of this specific product for many years to come.
Make sure you try it for yourself and let me know your thoughts. While every product may not work for every one. I am pretty sure you won’t be disappointed with what you find. The offerings are unlimited. Oh and try out a free product by clicking here. Yep, I said FREE!
This post is sponsored by Smooth N Shine. All opinions are my own.