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Web Editor | July 10, 2011 | 7:09 PM

Thirty-five percent of American women cite natural ingredients as influential to their purchase decisions, and want open and honest communication about those products. Good thing Sexy Hair Organics has brochures and shelf talkers that explain the sometimes-confusing world of organic beauty care.

Your hottest product now: Sexy Hair Organics Daily Shampoo
Why it’s flying off shelves: It is an organic shampoo that performs like a professional-only product, leaving hair feeling silky smooth. The fragrance is sexy and luxurious.
How to retail it to clients: Get sampling, then talk it up! Sexy Hair provides foil samples for clients.  
How to boost the ticket: Anyone buying Sexy Hair Organics hair care will be interested in the styling products. Sexy Hair Organics’ Volumizing Mousse contains 77-percent organic ingredients.



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