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Ask the Tex-perts: Evie Johnson

August 21, 2013 | 9:10 AM

Ask the Tex-perts: Evie Johnson Evie Johnson

Master stylist for Mizani’s International Development Team and stylist at E&E Hair Studio, Upper Marlboro, MD

Fall Forecast: We’re seeing a style shift for fall to more of a kinky-curl coil texture. Clients will embrace their natural curl pattern rather than straightening their hair.

Exciting product to share with clients: I am excited about Mizani True Textures Curl Recharge Daily Moisturizing Refresher! As women wear their natural curly texture, the Mizani Curl Recharge continues to refresh their natural curls throughout the day. And clients who are afraid to wear their natural hair due to dryness and damage can be reassured that Mizani Curl Recharge will retain the hair’s moisture.

Curl creed: Don’t be afraid of natural hair care— it’s natural! It’s okay for your hair to remain in its natural state.

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