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Curly Pool Party Texture Squad Stylist: The Curl Girl

by CurlStylist on Friday, May 25, 2012

By: Jennifer Kenny, The Curl Girl

Curly women sitting by the pool

As Tampa’s first curl specialist, I know a thing or two about how to keep your curls looking great in the intense Florida heat and humidity. Florida has 4 of the top ten most humid cities in the country. With more than 60 percent of the population having textured hair, I saw more people working against their hair. It became my personal mission to help my clients love and embrace their curls.

I strongly believe that using high quality products the right way is just as important as getting the right cut. Helping curlies understand how to care for and style their curls to look great, even if they only have 5 minutes, CAN be done if they use the right products, in the right amounts and apply them in the right order.

My clients trust me because I don’t “sell” them products. I tell them what they need, what’s nice to have and what they can’t live without to recreate the curls they leave my chair with. I almost always send my clients to NaturallyCurly.com. It’s such a treasure trove of invaluable information and all of the tools curlies need to empower themselves to have great curls.

Join me this week in celebration of NaturallyCurly’s descent on Orlando for the 2012 Curly Pool Party! I will be blogging tips for keeping your curl awesomeness factor off the charts as I bring you proven summer defense tactics and true client stories about loving your curls, Florida style.

Have you sent in your RSVP for the Curly Pool Party? Don’t miss out on this curl-tas-tic event!

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