After giving birth to two sons, I was excited to finally welcome a daughter in 2007, even though I had been amply warned by friends with girls of the hair styling woes to come. They were right! Since then, I have always struggled to find styling solutions for my now-6 year old daughter and frequently send her off to a professional stylist to do what I cannot. That is why I was quite elated to join a few other top mom bloggers as a team of compensated brand ambassadors promoting this wonderful new option for African American hair that has no chemicals, is NOT a texturizer or relaxer, has no Keratin yet does the same work at smoothing out a tight curl pattern.
The all new Detangler Miracle Reversible™Straightening Texture Manageability™ System looks like it may be the final solution I need when I want to get my girl’s hair to be straightened a bit so it is more manageable for certain styles that require a more polish and coiffed look — like when she had to be a flower girl in a friend’s wedding recently.
How innovative of Strength of Nature — the makers of African Pride, Beautiful Textures, Elasta QP, MegaGrowth, TCB, Pro-line and Soft & Beautiful —to introduce such a revolutionary type or product to this market that allows hair to flip flop back and forth between natural and straight hair using the Detangler Miracle Reversible™ Straightening Texture Manageability™.
It apparently works with “natural” hair and is flexible to allow the hair to Flip™ back-and-forth from curly to straight and then back again. Meanwhile, girls with relaxed hair can use the system to extend the time needed to touch-up between relaxer new growth applications.
This video shows how it works:
And finally, to test it out, you can WIN an entire system that Strength of Nature is gifting to a lucky reader: The Texture Manageability system, Shampoo, Conditioner, Oil Moisturizer, Braid Spray, Smooth Edges, Quick Bounce and Shine Oil. This giveaway ends on June 27, 2014.
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