Digital Hair Editor
About Me: Love Beyoncé, bouncy curls, moisturizing, and minding my own business.
Hair Texture: Curly Kinky 3C
Hair Color: Natural dark brown hair
Biggest Hair Concern: Frizz and curl retention
Skin Tone: Medium dark with golden undertones
Skin Type: Combination
Greatest Skin Concern: Hyperpigmentation
The Product(s) I Always Run Out Of: Conditioner
Biggest Beauty Regret: Relaxed hair for 10 years; Prom makeup
Beauty Product You Can’t Live Without: Blush, deep conditioner, curl definer, bobby pins, concealer, blush...so basically, everything.
Beauty Product You’ll Never Use: Lip plumper and dry shampoo
Biggest Beauty Indulgence: Hair braiding
If I Could Trade Makeup Bags With Anyone It Would Be: Solange Knowles
Fragrance I’m Currently Wearing: Elizabeth & James Nirvana White because I love the Olsen twins.
Her go-to products are super affordable (and also loved by Allure editors).
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Hairstylists, influencers, and shoppers all agree.
It's super affordable, too.
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