L’Oréal USA acquires Carol’s Daughter

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Carol’s Daughter gets acquired just months following filing for bankruptcy! On Oct.20, L’Oréal USA announced that Price, who started the American multicultural beauty brand in 1993, had signed a definitive agreement with the beauty empire to acquire Carol’s Daughter. Price rejoiced over her new-found success saying… “I have worked hard for the past 21 years… Read more »

7 best moisturizers for a kinky afro

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The best afro is a moisturized afro.  Here are some the best products on the market to help you manage, moisturize and style yours. Miss Jessie’s Baby ButterCreme Great for mommies, babies and daddies alike, Miss Jessie’s Baby ButterCreme ($58) can rescue the whole family from dried out, tangled curls and kinks. This ultra-hydrating moisturizer only… Read more »

Get Her Hair: Kerry Washington at 44th Image Awards

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    This past weekend, Kerry Washington looked absolutely amazing at the 44th Annual Image awards, as she rocked her Oscar De La Renta dress, Kerry kept the dramatics to a minimum thanks to celebrity hair stylist Marcus Francis, using products from Carol’s Daughter. Check out what he had to say about Kerry Washington’s look: “Kerry’s Oscar de… Read more »

Black Hair: 5 Great Hair Care Sets from Carol’s Daughter

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Carol’s Daughter prides itself on it’s extensive collection of hair products, but what makes them stand out from the competition are these wonderful box sets!  Whether you’re going through the transitioning phase or just need something for daily styling and maintenance, there’s a kit for you! Take a look at the 5 most popular hair care… Read more »

Black Hair Means Business: 9 Female African American Entrepreneurs in the Black Hair Care Business

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The Black hair care business has come a long way in the past decade with African American Entrepreneurship on the rise.  With African American women spending trillions each year on hair care, who better to supply the community and reap the benefits than the consumers themselves?  Take a look at 9 successful Black hair care businesses owned… Read more »

Carol’s Daughter Pop-Up Store Essence Music Festival 2012

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Essence just wouldn’t be Essence without Lisa Price and Carol’s Daughter. We’ve watched the organic line of beauty products made in her kitchen become a household name. Many Big Easy visitors were introduced to products for the first time while in New Orleans for the annual Essence Music Festival. Once again, Carol’s Daughter will set… Read more »

Solange and Other Natural Beauties Join the Transitioning Movement

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In the Era of Natural Hair Enlightenment, Carol’s daughter has created the Transitioning Movement. The movement helps black women embrace their natural hair and document it through its beautiful stages of growth. The Transitioning Movement website will launch Spring of this year, but there are many ways to become apart of the movement as we… Read more »

Great Shea Butters for Women of Color

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Shea butter is a solid fatty oil made from the nuts of Karite Nut trees, also known as Mangifolia, that grow in the semi-arid savannah regions of West and Central Africa. Shea butter is sometimes called “women’s gold,” because extracting the butter from the nuts gives employment and income to hundreds of thousands of rural… Read more »