Going natural has been an incredible hair journey for me, though I’ll have to be honest, more often than not, fraught with frustrations. After relaxing my hair for most of my life, I’ve gone creamy crack free for a little under 4 years now. One of my favorite things about my natural hair journey is the discovery of black women taking their share of the black haircare industry, something that was considered unthinkable before. One of these boss women is True Indian Hair founder, Karen Mitchell.
We are over the moon with excitement at Lizzo’s V Magazine cover and spread rocking Trueindianhair styled by celebrity stylist Yusef Hawkins. We are just as excited as we were for her album cover looks also with True Indian hair of course.
Sabrina Dhowre aka Mrs. Idris Elba and Bevy Smith both rocked Trueindianhair for the Met Gala 2019. They look amazing.
It seems like everybody has a hair extension line nowadays, but Karen Mitchell, founder of True Indian Hair, is a veteran in the weave game. She’s been running her successful business, which offers virgin hair extensions and wigs worn by celebrities including Lil’ Kim, Marlo Hampton, Rihanna, and Taraji P. Henson, for more than 14 years. Her brand has been featured on the covers of magazines including Vogue, Time, and Essence, and she’s prided herself in offering a quality product that has stood the test of time.
Viola Davis covers Time magazine 100 most influential people rocking a True Hair Company / True Indian Hair unit styled by celebrity stylist Yusef!
If you search #HumanHairExtensions on Instagram you’re bound to come across True Indian Hair within a few scrolls. The hair care line, owned by True Hair Company is a force in the beauty industry. But long before the Instagram craze, the brand made its mark, appearing on the manes of top celebrities (celebrity stylist Yusef consistently uses True Indian Hair for Rihanna, so you know it’s good!) around the country….read more