Periodically, I am asked if I think that texture is now mainstream. Is there even a need for special content about curly hair? It would be easy to look around at all of the curl products on the market now and think that’s the case.
Athletic wear Reebok has a wonderful new campaign that confronts unattainable notions and standards of perfection.
This week, Reebok hosted the #PerfectNever Revolution, an empowering event that challenged hundreds of women from all walks of life to come together through a series of activities including a workout class and a panel discussion. Panelists include Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman, actress Lena Dunham, ESPN broadcaster Jessica Mendoza, actress Ruby Rose and actress/musican Zoe Kravitz.
Victoria's Secret is known for going au naturel. Now the brand is going natural as well.
Last year at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in New York, amid models with the signature beach waves, Angolan model Maria Borges became the first "angel" to walk the runway with her natural hair. In this case, it was a gorgeous teeny weenie afro (TWA).
Over the years, there were many times when we considered compiling some of the best tips and stories from our website into a book. But to do a book that would truly reflect the power of NaturallyCurly—and be worthy of the many other people who have helped shape the curly world—would take time and resources. Time was always in short supply. Every day there was so much that needed to be done – clients to call, stories to write, products to sell. And there were always meetings—lots of meetings.
At TextureMedia, we work with a wide range of haircare brands – big, small and everything in between. Our job is to help the brand connect with our audience, and we tell them that our community likes to see people with hair like theirs – curly, coily and wavy.