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Texture By The Pool

Maggie Mulhern | June 7, 2012 | 7:43 AM
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Michelle Breyer, co-founder and President of TextureMedia, celebrates her curls like no other. In fact, she wants everyone to share in on all the fun. We stopped by her "Pool Party" held last week in Orlando, Florida. More than 700 curly clients and supporters were planning to show up and play by the pool at the Omni Hotel. On site "tweaking" and demos were held by Ouidad, Amika, URCurly and SheaMoisture. By the time we left, several curly haired clients braved the pool, allowing the ends of their natural curls to dip in the water. It was fun for the naturally straight haired Modern Salon Media crew to be surrounded by such beautiful texture.

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