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When the weather gets cold and the humidity leaves the air, one of my favorite styles to rock during the fall and winter seasons is a weave.
One thing that I love about weaves is that they protect your natural hair from the elements and help with length retention since you’re not excessively combing, frying, or dying your own hair. Read full article
Taraji aka “Cookie” is the picture of pure glam rocking True Indian Hair as she attended the annual and prestigious Vogue Met Gala. She wore our Malaysian straight hair from our Icon collection, styled by celebrity stylist Ursula Stephens and she looked gorgeous from head to toe.. And that Balenciaga dress… #YassCookie! It’s the year of Taraji.. We love her!
Brandy looks radiant in True Indian Hair for Uptown Magazine styled by Tim Wallace. Brandy had a stellar performance starring as Roxy Hart in the Broadway Show Chicago in Spring 2015 and we look forward to many more great performances from her.. #bravoBrandy!
True Indian Hair Founder Karen Mitchell was featured by HELLO BEAUTIFUL as one of 15 talented and successful women of color who are entrepreneurs making their mark in the beauty industry and women to watch for 2015. Check out the article link below and get to know these women. Congrats Karen!
On any given day – scroll through Instagram. I’m sure your timeline will be filled with images of luxurious hairlines to try. The funny thing is – you may even find an old high school teacher with her own signature brand. Every stylist claims to have their hands on the best quality hair – yup, Malaysian, Brazilian, and of course Indian.
Weave has been big business for years now, with new hair lines popping up just about every other month it seems. But as consumers become more savvy about their hair care regimens, looking closely at all products they put in their hair from chemicals to oils, and now weaves, only forward thinking business providing quality options will survive and True Indian Hair is one such success story.
A Brooklyn salon is brightening the day for women who are either battling or have survived breast cancer.
The True Indian Hair Salon on Flatbush Avenue chose three women who have been affected by the disease before the age of 40 to have a makeover. The event was held in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.